Editors' reviewDespite some minor omissions, this password manager conveniently stores all your passwords in a secure database. PasswordDock's clean, functional interface facilitates in adding and modifying user accounts and uses the Blowfish encryption algorithm to secure your information. The program automatically locks your database when minimized, but can be easily restored through the system-tray icon. Besides a login name and password, each entry also may contain notes and associated URLs. In addition to that, it also can store frequently accessed folders, but it doesn't safeguard your files within these folders. But alas, unlike similar security apps, PasswordDock can't automatically fill in Web forms and doesn't provide a password generator. This 15-day trial program could suit any user looking for a no-frills way to manage login information, though we suspect more advanced users will want a wider array of security options.
PasswordDock is a utility program that safely stores your passwords and favorite file folders. When you passwords are saved to the database, the highly acclaimed Blowfish encryption algorithm is applied to scramble your important information. You can however make sure PasswordDock is always on top of all other windows and reveal your passwords for manual entry or single-click on a cell to copy its contents to the clipboard and then paste the information into the Web form. You can also save your favorite file folders for instant access to often-visited folders.
Version 7 adds the search field.
What's new in this version:
A search field has been added.