Secure passwords keeper specially created to systematize and to store your logins, passwords, access codes, etc securely.
With Best PasswordMan you can
create cards that store your logins or passwords and organise them into folders. You can move or drag-and-drop all your cards to any place you want.
search for the card to find the information you need fast.
secure all your data. Just set up a password in the application and the PasswordMan will encrypt all your data and ask for the password when you or someone else tries to access it.
export and back up your data. Just export your data to a text file transferable to PC. You can view or edit file on PC in Notepad, Excel or in any other text editor and transfer the file back to the device to import it to the application.
To create new card or folder use "New card" or "New folder" command. To create a card inside a folder open this folder and use "New card" command. You can also move cards from folder to a folder. You can't create nested folders.
You can move existing cards up and down in the list using corresponding commands from menu or just drag-and-drop them to any position you want.
You can move an existing card to any folder using 'Move to folder' command.
You can find the needed card using "Find" command. Just specify a part of the text you want to find and the application will look for the card for you. Search function will analyse all cards in all folders and will search for the specified text. All search results are displayed in separate view, so you can view, edit or delete the found cards easily.
If you want to back up your data use Export command. The application exports your data in comma separated text file. Please note that this file is not encrypted and you can open it in readable form in Notepad, Excel or any other text editor application on your desktop PC.
You can import your data to the application using "Import" command. Please note: when you import data it just adds notes listed in the importing file to the existing database. If you already have the same note in the database you will get its duplicate.
You can export/import your data in Unicode(16 bits) or in ASCII(8 bit) formats. If you use only latin characters in your cards you can use 8 bit encoding. But if you use, say, cyrillic, Chinese, etc characters you have to use 16 bit encoding (this option is set on default). You can change export settings using "Settings" command in "Export/Import" menu.
You can password protect and encrypt your data stored in PasswordMan. To enable security use 'Set Password' command. After you specify a password all your data will be encrypted. Every time you open PasswordMan the application asks you for the password. When you work with the application all data encryption/decryption is performed on the fly and absolutely transparent to you.
If you want to disable password protection use 'Change password' command and specify an empty password.
To keep your data secure we use BlowFish encryption and MD5 message digest algorithms.
Please note: your password is not stored anywhere inside the application or on the device in order to increase safety. Password verification is performed by checking digital signs (digital signs say nothing about your password nature). It means that no person (including the application developers) can open and see your data without specifying correct password. Please don't forget your password as there's no way to access your data without it!
You can set up automatic application lock (password screen appears when the application is locked). To do so you can use Security options command and specify inactivity time period. E.g. specifying 15 seconds here means if during 15 seconds you don't work with your device (don't touch any key, etc) PasswordMan application will ask the password again before you can continue to work with the application.
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Supported operating systems:
UIQ 3.0, UIQ 3.1
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