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Jim Hillier
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Password Depot is a well respected password manager which normally costs $29.00 but there are currently 20,000 free licenses available.

[quote:254d1r4u]Password Depot is a powerful and user-friendly password manager which helps to manage all your passwords. Features include: Best protection of your data due to double encryption with Rijndael 256. You password list is protected twice: by the List Access key used and by the internal key. Friendly and easy-to-use interface, similar to the Windows Explorer, that allows you to navigate the password lists. Top bar window for faster and more efficient navigation. Auto-complete action that allows you to automatically complete fields on a web page with user name and password. Password lists on the internet: Place your encrypted password lists on the Internet and enjoy access to all of them, no matter where you are. Network compatible - allows shared use on a local network. Protection from keyloggers and spyware: Password Depot protects your passwords even if your computer is infected with spyware and keyloggers.[/quote:254d1r4u]

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Thanks for the share Jim.

Actually I was abt to PM u on this..

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I've been using KeePass for a long time, as much because it works as because your passwords are stored on a local machine. http://keepass.info/
I'll take a look at this if the serial still works (it does as of this post), but it's kind of annoying that you can't install (re-install) on another machine, according to the download page. Another caveat is having to upload passwords in a secure folder if you want to run the software from a flash drive.

In order to activate the software with the key, the user must register with AceBit, providing name, company, email, street address, and phone number...all before trying out the software. While the EULA clearly states this, I didn't see it in the program after the install.

Unfortunately, this version is specific to Softwareload. They've arranged to have the main GUI display links to other manufacturer's software than AceBit. ISTM that qualifies as adware and I prefer not to have it on any of my machines. Guess I'll stay with KeePass, but thanks anyway.

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I downloaded and installed prior to posting......didn't see any of that. Just double checked and yes there are some ads right at the very bottom of the interface. I must admit I hadn't even noticed them. So, for me anyway, they are not intrusive at all. Certainly nothing like the pop-ups associated with many freeware products, there is no 'nagging' and any interaction has to be instigated by the user...one always has the choice to simply ignore the ads.

[quote:1hrv02kq]In order to activate the software with the key, the user must register with AceBit, providing name, company, email, street address, and phone number[/quote:1hrv02kq]
This is not so....zero information is required. Registering (activating) the software is a simple matter of just inserting the license key number.

I tried Keepass many moons ago, couldn't work it out....maybe I am just too dense.

Anyway, cottoned onto this one straight away, found it very easy to use and works well. For me it's a keeper.

To each his own.

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I downloaded and installed prior to posting......didn't see any of that. Just double checked and yes there are some ads right at the very bottom of the interface. I must admit I hadn't even noticed them. So, for me anyway, they are not intrusive at all. Certainly nothing like the pop-ups associated with many freeware products, there is no 'nagging' and any interaction has to be instigated by the user...one always has the choice to simply ignore the ads.

In order to activate the software with the key, the user must register with AceBit, providing name, company, email, street address, and phone number[/quote:3uwa7m49]
This is not so....zero information is required. Registering (activating) the software is a simple matter of just inserting the license key number.

I tried Keepass many moons ago, couldn't work it out....maybe I am just too dense.

Anyway, cottoned onto this one straight away, found it very easy to use and works well. For me it's a keeper.

To each his own.[/quote:3uwa7m49]

Yup, the install didn't seem to require registering in spite of what the EULA said. Maybe that's because of the Softwareload origin of the giveaway. The ads are not intrusive, sorry I didn't make my objection more clear. I don't mind discreet ads for other products created by an author in the splash on on a GUI. My problem with this Softwareload version of PD 4 is the ads are for different products available through their website. I think I noticed the offerings changed with with each opening, which suggests a "phone home" aspect, but I could easily be mistaken.

This is undoubtedly a great solution for many users, but I'm comfortable with what I've been using. Thanks for the opportunity to try PD out.

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