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Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

If you have trouble keeping track of your passwords and PINs, you'll appreciate Password Crypt Professional 2004. It keeps your logins and data in an encrypted file, which you unlock with a master password. The interface is not beautiful, but it does provide predesigned folders that store passwords for e-mail, ATM cards, credit cards, and various Web sites. When creating a new entry, Password Crypt Professional 2004 lets you add your username, password, URLs, and any pertinent notes. We can't say for sure whether encrypted passwords can be hacked, as the application doesn't specify which secure algorithm it uses. Also, we would have appreciated the ability to encrypt files and folders, and we missed the inclusion of a secure file shredder. However, a utility that generates alphanumeric passwords of up to 15 characters is a nice, unexpected bonus. Whether you have a bad memory or work on a shared computer, Password Crypt Professional 2004 can provide safe, reliable storage of your sensitive data.

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General

Publisher Skycomp Systems
Publisher web site http://www.skycompsystems.com/
Release Date January 18, 2006
Date Added January 18, 2006
Version 2.1.4

Category

Category Security Software
Subcategory Encryption Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server, Internet Explorer 5.0

Download Information

File Size 2.07MB
File Name SetupPWCpro.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 1,597
Downloads Last Week 0

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 14-day trial
Price $29.95
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