nPassword

nPassword

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3 (2)

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Win (All)
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secure password manager nPassword is a secure password manager that stores your information in a password protected database using 256-bit AES encryption. It supports convenient drag and drop logins, password expiration, individual browser settings, keyword search and more. The program also includes a password generator that can create "pronounceable" passwords as well as passwords based on user defined templates. Other features include login automation via macro commands, keyboard shortcuts, integrated search, a password unmasker and more. nPassword can also run from a USB key. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Nikola Dachev (5) Price Free
Version 1.0.2.44 Last updated Mar 06, 2007
File Size 664 Kb Requirements None

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Room for improvement 2 stars by TastyWheat Nov 11, 2007 (Read all my 2 reviews)
This program has the basic features you'd expect. It has a pretty nice password generator and macro editor. The "pop-up" screen for entry was also a nice but badly implemented feature. The screen would sometimes pop up and disappear before I could use it. The saving was confusing too. When I started out I overwrote my password file because two instances were running and I didn't know what was saved and what wasn't. The dragging and dropping wasn't easy either. I was very unsure where to begin the initial dragging. Over time I could get used to these things but I hate the open password and username fields. I accidentally cleared a password while I was browsing. There's no special editing mode and no way to lock the fields. Using a program like that is very risky! show Review details
Has potential . . . 3 stars by MrJaw69 Jan 23, 2007 (Read all my 34 reviews)
. . . but the problem with nPassword is that I found no documentation for it. I use it, and it's handy to drag and drop usernames and passwords, but I couldn't figure out how to implement the auto login scripts without documentation. It's better than typing passwords, but it needs a bit more work (like some instructions). show Review details
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