Editors' reviewThis basic program provides a handy way to store a number of usernames and passwords. The small, self-explanatory interface contains fields for URL, username, and password. You can specify that the window always remain on top of other applications, but we found this arrangement to be rather cumbersome. For security's sake, you can protect access to the application with both a standard password and a numeric combination. After you type in all the required information for a specific password, you can choose what fields should be masked. Pulling up a specific account automatically directs you to the corresponding Web site, where you can simply copy and paste your username and password into the required fields. AccountVault does offer a random-password generator, but that's about the only extra feature available. The trial version only lets you store five accounts, which might not be enough for some users. Nevertheless, if you're looking for a hassle-free way to organize your passwords, this program makes a smart pick.
AccountVault is a discreet, easy-to-use password manager that provides the utmost in security and functionality. Rest assured that your sensitive login information will be kept safe, as well as encrypted. The program boasts a simple, intuitive interface without falling short on features. You can search for your account information with ease, pull up an account Web site with the click of a button, drag and drop your login information onto Web forms, and generate strong, 10-character passwords. AccountVault also can export your accounts to a text file.