CNET Editors' review
Ultra Passwords gives the user control over their password collection by storing it in a hidden, proprietary database powered by the Borland Database Engine. While mostly functional, the program doesn't seem to have the whole UI translated into English.
Ultra Passwords opens to a rather confusing interface where some information doesn't seem to be written in English, i.e. "Libelle" is a field that is not explained. The program requires that you choose a category for the secure Web site, type in your username, password, and Web site address, and then save that password in the database. Once you assign a category label to the Web site, it will be listed on the left-hand side of the window. You can navigate to the particular Web site by clicking on the link in the list. Oddly, this program forces you to use a "browser within a browser" in order to utilize its password security features. This program allows you to set a master password to access the database and also allows you to peek at the data source files. If you forget your password to a particular site, you can access it via the data files. The program, however, seems to have a bug. When you choose a particular category, you may or may not be able to navigate to another category or to one of the listed Web sites. If you are frozen out of that functionality, you must exit and restart the program. Help files are available, but only in video form without clear explanation.
Ultra Passwords offers a good solution if you are not good at keeping records of your passwords. It could also prove useful if you belong to many affiliate programs, frequently visit forums, or have a long list of Web sites you manage. The downsides are a confusing UI and the navigation bug.
From Affiliate Software:
Ultra Passwords is a free password manager which helps you to manage and stores your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords (such as affiliates Password, Ftp login Password, Forum Password, and Myspace Password) in one database, which is locked with one master password. So you only have to remember one single password.
What's new in this version: Version 3.0 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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"Waste of Time"
Version: Ultra Passwords 1.01
Looks great on here, but you download it and you have to delete a ridiculous amount of websites embedded into it that are selling you stuff you don't really need. Then you hit help and you can hit download demo video to get a page of adsense.
Adsense is just like adword a rip-off that gets info out of your puter and charges your bank account. No demo for program no way to fill all the blank, beware maybe a way adsense or adwords steal your info.
It sucks and has me wondering if I will be ripped off again. BEWARE!!!
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