Password Box 1.4
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- 1.9 MB
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- IMVsoft Ltd
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- C: \ Security \ Password Managers & Generators
Uneventful setup and structured interface
The installation process does not offer to add any new products that are not actually necessary for the utility to work in a proper manner, and it is over in a few seconds. The GUI you are met with presents a well-organized designed, as it encompasses a menu bar, several buttons, a folder structure of all your passwords and a few panes to display details about specified entries.
Comprehensive Help contents are provided, and the interface proves to be accessible to all user categories, regardless of their previous experience with the IT world.
Use samples and organize data
This tool comes bundled with a huge amount of samples and categories, so that you can organize all your information in an efficient manner. To be precise, you can store passwords for your blogs, devices, e-mail accounts, forums, credit cards, social networks and pay systems, while you can also create an address book and add personal data.
Generate passwords and save data to the HDD
Aside from that, you should know it is possible to generate random passkeys for new accounts, so that they can be more secure, and save all the data in this app to the hard drive, in the proprietary format, PBX. You can create a master password, so that you can make sure that everything is safe from prying eyes, and you can also hide or show passkeys, with just a click of the button.
In conclusion, Password Box proves to be a pretty handy piece of software for storing important information such as log in credentials and personal data. The interface is suitable to all users, the response time is good, Help contents are provided and the resource requirements are fairly minimal.
Password Box was reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on May 3rd, 2014
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 7 / 7 64 bit / 2003
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