Password Safe is a password database utility where users can keep their passwords securely encrypted on their computers. A single Safe Combination unlocks them all.
-  The default delay between characters on autotype is now configurable
-  Don't create config dir if config file passed in command line
-  Number of shortcuts is now correctly initialized
-  No longer crashes when canceling unlock with expired password entries
-  Edit button now enabled correctly in Manage->Password Policies
-  Backup file numbers now rollover 999 correctly
-  Filtering by type now works correctly for shortcuts & shortcut bases
-  Database field isn't highlighted when it doesn't have the focus
-  Increased range of unlock difficulty by a factor of four. This should give an order or magnitude or so between max and min settings
-  Fail gracefully when trying to encrypt a file > 2GB
Reviewing 3.28 (Feb 27, 2012)
I am using this password saver on my Ubuntu machine and it is one of the best for Linux. It's still tedious compared to Roboform on Windows. But for Linux it's pretty darned good.
Reviewing 3.26 (Jul 6, 2011)
Plenty of updates. Check change log on site. Best of its kind.
Reviewing 3.23 (Jul 28, 2010)
Best gets better!
New Features for 3.23
 Implement 'stealth' mode where, as long as the user specifies both
the use of the System Tray and a valid Hot Key, then the System Tray
icon and the button on the Taskbar can be hidden.
 Allow user to edit the generated passwords (Manage->Generate Password)
before copying to the clipboard.
 "autotype" can now be added to the List View via the Column
Picker (right click on column labels).
Reviewing 3.22 (May 25, 2010)
Best freeware out there! Regularly updated. Been using it for ages now and no issues so far.
Reviewing 3.22 (May 24, 2010)
Release notes: http://sourceforge.net/p...2/ReleaseNotes.txt/view
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