Password Gorilla is a lightweight and portable application which enables you to manage a secure database with multipurpose passwords. It is very easy to work with it, even if your experience with software tools is limited.
As installation is not a prerequisite, you can simply save drop the executable file anywhere on the hard disk and click it to run. There is also the possibility of moving Password Gorilla to a USB flash disk, enabling you to run it on any computer.
It's important to keep in mind that the utility does not add new entries to the Windows Registry or leave files behind on the hard disk after removing it.
The interface is plain and simple to work with. You can open an existing database (PSAFE3 or DAT format) or create a new one by writing a name and password.
Inserting login credentials to various accounts into the database implies inputting a group, title, URL, user name, password and notes. It is possible to use a random password generator, merge databases, import and export data, use a search function, as well as copy a selected user name, password or URL.
When it comes to database preferences, you can enable the tool to lock when it's in idle state (after specifying a time frame), calculate the delay time and iterations, as well as set the database to automatically save when it's changed, among others.
The tool is pretty light on the system resources, using a low quantity of CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and works well, without causing the OS to hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. On the other hand, Password Gorilla needs some serious improvements in the looks department, but also when it comes to its features, since there are no advanced options available.