PW Master (formerly Password Master) is a secure password manager with unique website login features (AES-256 encryption). It's a password manager that allows you to (such as social security numbers), optionally associate them with website URLs, and facilitate logging into websites. Websites are constantly improving their security and, frankly, trying to defeat automatic user ID and password entry functions built into browsers. Therefore PW Master supports many options for user ID and password entry.
What is new in this release:
Fixed bug occurring when more than one database is open.
What is new in version 3.1:
The ability to type (vice paste) is now an option in the preferences, along with the typing speed.
Added debugging info to the "Email the Author" function.
What is new in version 3.0:
UserIDs and passwords are now TYPED when their hotkey is entered, rather than being PASTED. This has 2 advantages: 1) this method works in websites that suppress pasting into fields and 2) it does not leave potentially sensitive data (e.g. a password) in the clipboard.
What is new in version 2.81:
Version 2.81 fixed repeating upgrade prompt.
What is new in version 2.5:
- Greatly improved generate password feature.
- Improved performance.
- Fixed a bug in changing file password.