KeyDepot is a user-friendly and intuitive software solution whose main purpose is to provide you with a trustworthy method of storing all your access keys in a single, password-protected location on the cloud, enabling you to prevent others from using them.
Clean and straightforward appearance
The application is fairly simple to understand and work with, resorting to a wizard style interface to help you through the initial creation of a safe, so even the least experienced individuals will not encounter much difficulty in working it it.
The start screen allows you to choose the preferred safe from a drop down menu, after which you can enter the corresponding password to access the main window of KeyDepot and add or manage your entries.
Store and protect your online authentication credentials in a safe
To begin with, you will need to create one or more password categories, so as to make it easier to group them according to their function. Afterward, you can start adding new entries by inputting a name and opting for a category.
Next, you can enter the username and password for the account, having the possibility of obtaining one on the spot, thanks to the built in generator, which lets you define its length and complexity. You can also add a corresponding website and a comment, if you feel supplementary notes are necessary to remind you of anything.
When accessing an account, you can just copy the username and password to your clipboard with the push of a button, thus sparing you from having to type any keyboard buttons and proactively preventing keylogger threats.
From the Settings section of KeyDepot, you can erase existing safes or change their access key. Similarly, you can import or export safes for later usage, as well as automatically backup your data, to prevent total information loss in case of a system failure.
A handy password manager
Overall, KeyDepot proves to be a useful and very effective program that you can rely on to store and protect all your online authentication credentials, sparing you from having to memorize them yet keeping them protected from prying eyes.