You have probably stopped thinking about the number of passwords that you need to write daily on your computer on various websites such as MSN, Facebook, email, and others. So, inevitably, you will need a program that reminds you of the number of these words. Here is KeePass, which may fully satisfy your desires in this aspect.
With this program, you can record all passwords in it and protect them with a new password.
Features of the program
- As we mentioned – KeePass is a free password manager, which can be used as an easier way to “save” all the different passwords that you use daily to access services and applications.
- Among the features that the program provides is the ability to create a printable report with your passwords, fill in login fields automatically using the group Ctrl + Alt + A and use an automatic password generator, in case you run out of ideas and need the hard-to-discover password.
- Since it is open-source, any user can collaborate with KeePass and write their own add-ons, thus you can increase its functionality.
- On the Project page, you can find some plug-ins to download.
- The latest version of KeePass brings usability improvements, such as the use of a single-space font for password fields.
- In addition, Unix-based systems, such as Linux, can now take advantage of the automatic data filling function based on the title of the browser window or other applications.
- The program has a modern interface, but it is full of options, which can confuse the inexperienced user a little.
- KeePass stores your passwords in an encrypted database, the database is encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish).