got password? 1.3
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'got password?' is a lightweight, feature-rich password manager. It combines security and convenience, simplicity and flexibility in one handy package. Designed to take a minimum of effort to configure and activate, it securely gives you access to your credentials with just a couple of key taps or mouse clicks. It can generate cryptographically secure passwords and uses 128-bit strong RC4 encryption algorithm to keep all your passwords secure. It can also organize your accounts by category for maximum ease of use.
Here are some distinctive features that make it the easiest and most flexible password manager around:
- Lightweight: doesn't take over your system's resources just to do its job. It stays out of your way until you need it.
- Easy to access: no complicated key/mouse combinations to memorize. No awkward dragging of items from one window to another. A simple double key tap brings it to the foreground, a mouse-click away from entering your credentials.
- Secure: all of your passwords are encrypted using an industry standard, 128-bit strong RC4 encryption algorithm.
- Easy to configure: clear and streamlined single configuration screen makes account list setup a breeze.
- Flexible and multi-purpose: use it to go to your favorite Web page or to enter user ID and/or password into the Web browser or another program of your choice.
- Ready for password generation: can generate random passwords for you to use with any new accounts you create. (Because they are generated using robust, cryptographically secure algorithms, they can be much more hacker-proof than a password you might choose yourself.)
- Supports flexible account categories for streamlined and compact display and easy access.
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File size: 1186 Kb
Install support: Install and Uninstall
OS: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000
System requirements: Windows 95 or above, P-133, 64 Mb RAM, 2 Mb hard-drive space
See also in Utilities and Hardware: Password and Identity Management