Access Manager is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help you keep all your passwords in a secure environment.
It comes in handy if you need to store web site passwords, credit card and PIN numbers, computer logon passwords, telephone banking codes, email and software passwords, as well as other types of sensitive data.
You are welcomed by a clean feature lineup where most of the operations can be carried out with minimal effort. You can view a password example in order to get an idea of your sensitive data is stored and check the help manual for getting extra information about each dedicated parameter.
Securing your passwords
Access Manager gives you the possibility to add a new a password by providing details about the title, username, password, passphrase, and expiry date, attach a document from your computer, pick the sensitivity mode (private or public), embed custom notes, as well as pick the password type (computer logon, document access, email account, instant messaging utility, PIN, security code, software access, telephone services, website logon).
What’s more, the tool is able to generate random passwords and passphrases, and enables you to include uppercase letters, numbers, and symbols, set the default password length, as well as copy the password to the clipboard for pasting it into other third-party utilities.
Your sensitive information is secured with the aid of a master password that it is recommended to have at least 8 characters. Additional information is offered about the password strength and unique combinations.
Importing password data and other handy tools
You may add password information from CSV or XML files and allow duplicates items to be imported as well. Passwords and usernames can be easily copied to the clipboard, so you can paste them in the desired application, and you can also copy the password while dragging the username.
Other notable characteristics worth being mentioned are represented by the possibility to edit the notes for each password directly from the primary panel, delete the selected password, perform search operations, print data, insert links, as well as cut, copy, or paste notes.
You can also check the report which provides details about all stored passwords (title, username, password, passphrase, type), print the report, and zoom in or out. Last but not least, you are allowed to highlight notes, clear the clipboard, and add a custom field for the password types.
All in all, Access Manager proves to be a reliable application that helps you store your passwords with the aid of master password.