JPasswords is a compact and user-friendly program to keep passwords in encrypted databases of a high security level. Database files are compatible with the "Password Safe V3" format defined by a program of CounterPane.
|Tags||Security Cryptography Database Front-Ends|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release adds drag-and-drop for JVM 6, bugfixes, password generation in file setup, improved file mirroring, text editor keys, a free floating command bar (entry editor), display blindfolding, auto-copy of a password when starting a URL, and more.
Release Notes: New features include a multi-file desktop, a quick search "find-as-you-type" function with auto-complete and database filter, drag and drop in the entry tree, entry favorites, data safety (file mirroring), a PORTABLE modus installer, and a customizable toolbar.
Release Notes: An undo manager for any kind of database modifications. A new program operation modus "PORTABLE-MODUS", performing automatic control and adjustment of platform-specific program settings (enables you to carry a JPWS installation on a removable storage device). The ability to switch between four file access security levels for a database. Automated file backup on save operations and comfortable reverting to backup states. The database format is Password Safe 3.2.
Release Notes: This release brings support for the latest security standard in password databases, the PWS-3 format of project "Password Safe", including use of Twofish and SHA-256. New data fields like browsable URL and password history enhance usability.
Release Notes: Import and export of existing user data is now easily possible via CSV text format. Database encryption is based on Blowfish CBC (Password Safe V2).