Editors' reviewThis utility makes it easy to maintain a database of hack-proof passwords and automatically fill in Web logins. We installed and set up My Password Manager without a hitch. Using it was just as simple. For each password-protected account, you supply the username, the password, and the associated URL, if any. The program provides a built-in password generator and stores all your data using 256-bit encryption. You can retrieve passwords by manually copying and pasting them. Alternately, My Password Manager will fill in Web forms at the stroke of a hot key. The utility will run from a USB drive or a floppy disk, and you can have it periodically clear the clipboard for added security. However, it has no compact toolbar and uses a hefty 16MB of system memory when running in the background. Despite those shortcomings, My Password Manager is a competent light-duty tool for keeping your logins straight.
My Password Manager is intuitive, simple, fast, and 100 percent safe and secure. It supports multiple accounts and comes with automatic backup options. It uses the U.S. Department of Defense-approved 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm and comes with a strong password generator.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.6 build 11 features smart autofilling, which enables you to fill in login and password Web forms; and super paste functionality, which enables you to paste information from your account to a selected dialog box, according to the specified settings.