Though this software won't dazzle you, it will help you save your password information. Password Master has a basic interface with an easy-to-understand toolbar, file header menus, and status bar. Password information is kept in a user-specific profile and the program allows multiple profiles. After you select a profile name, you can add entries that include username, password, and file path or URL. It comes with a password generator in case you don't already have a password assigned to a profile. There's an option to check "Password was protected," but it isn't clear what this feature does and the bare-bones help file doesn't mention it. You can launch programs or Web pages from the program and use its clipboard feature to copy a username and password. Login is required for all profiles, but in the 15-day trial version the password is preset for all users. This basic password manager is suitable for anyone who wants to maintain all password information in a single location.
Password Master can be used to manage any kind of your passwords and user names and any other information, include the passwords for emails, online services, and programs. It also provides a build-in password generator to help you to create passwords. You need to create so many passwords for your emails, online services, instant messengers, plus to remember your user names related to the passwords. To use same passwords to all of the accounts probably will make it easy to remember, but if someone got this password then it could be easy for them to access all of your accounts. The best choice is to create unique passwords for each account, but this can be tedious and hard to remember. Password Master can help you to save the passwords in a single database, and encrypt the database and let you set a master password for accessing the database, then you only need to remember the single master password. Version 1.1.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.