Password Manager XP
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Full user review
Multiple databases can be created each with user-based access controls.
Files can be attached to entries
Very strong encryption
Database fields can be added & modified easily
Good form filling
Can be run directly from USB drive
Needs a MAC OSX port
Some slight bugginess on automatic database locking
I have used Password Manager XP for several years now and it is an excellent product. While I have experienced some bugs over the years, I have not seen the ones described in this CNET review.
The fix is typically easy: a reinstall of the application. Might happen a little more than I'd like, but not enough to counterbalance the positive aspects of the tool.
Also, developer provides regular updates and has responded to any direct inquiries I made fairly quickly. (But its been a few years since I've had to do that.)
Finally, the ability to add and modify database fields is terrific - while that function might be available in the new versions of Keepass, I found that implementation had limitations that made it rather useless. (The first field I add to a new password database is "LAST password" - you need to keep track of the previous password for change one's password. How many times does something go awry in the change process? If you've already changed the password in the database then it becomes more time intensive to do a reset.)
I regularly use 15+ character RANDOM passwords generated by PMXP on all my accounts - much more secure than password reuse.
Only gripe: would love a MAC OSX implementation. When I'm on my Mac I have to boot a Wndows virtual machine to access passwords. That really is the only thing holding me back from a 5 star review.