Security Software Encryption Password Agent

Password Agent 2.5.0 for Windows

by Moon Software

Avg. Rating 4.4 (9 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.5 MB
License Shareware, $24.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,556
Publisher Moon Software
Homepage Password Agent

Publisher's Description

Password Agent is a password manager program that allows you to store all your passwords in a single, easy to navigate, and secure database. It keeps track all of your different passwords - no problems, no worries. It keeps strangers away from accessing your private information.

Latest Reviews

Someone

Someone reviewed v2.5.0 on Apr 16, 2019

Come here guys now and visit this site because http://mahjongfreegames.online/dimensions here we can enjoy and we can easily share for the our other friends.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.3.4 on Sep 28, 2005

I'm very tempted to rate it with a "1" for this bit of idiocy:

As an experiment, we make Password Agent available in most countries free of charge and only people in about 15 countries with highest living standard are asked to pay for it.

How utterly moronic is this? You can be a poor person in a "rich" country, and be required to pay, while a wealthy person in a "poor" country does not.

Not that I care from a personal level anyway, since I've already switched to KeePass Password Safe.

mackley

mackley reviewed v2.3.4 on Sep 28, 2005

I used it.
Now there's KeePass
http://fileforum.betanew...sword_Safe/1086630189/1

spec1alk

spec1alk reviewed v2.3.3 on Mar 15, 2005

Easy to use password manager.

The interface is great, allows you to sort and search your accounts.

It makes storing strong passwords for individual sites very easy.

I have not used the Automatic Form completion whereby it fills in the user and pass fields of a web page.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.3.3 on Jul 15, 2004

Nice stuff. Password Agent is well designed, and works with anything (though not in a fully automated manner).

The author truly cares about security, too: Another user and I notified him about a security issue in Password Agent (that being the fact that the master password is sometimes retrievable from memory), and he had a beta fix available for us within HOURS--and a final fix available within days. (The fix is included in Password Agent 2.3.2, by the way.)

I am not very fond of AES, but it's the only thing Password Agent uses. Hopefully, the author will add support for other algorithms in the future. This isn't a real issue, necessarily, just a nitpick.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (9 votes)
Your Rating

Someone reviewed v2.5.0 on Apr 16, 2019

Pros: best game

Cons: more steps

Bottom Line: Come here guys now and visit this site because http://mahjongfreegames.online/dimensions here we can enjoy and we can easily share for the our other friends.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.3.4 on Sep 28, 2005

I'm very tempted to rate it with a "1" for this bit of idiocy:

As an experiment, we make Password Agent available in most countries free of charge and only people in about 15 countries with highest living standard are asked to pay for it.

How utterly moronic is this? You can be a poor person in a "rich" country, and be required to pay, while a wealthy person in a "poor" country does not.

Not that I care from a personal level anyway, since I've already switched to KeePass Password Safe.

mackley

mackley reviewed v2.3.4 on Sep 28, 2005

I used it.
Now there's KeePass
http://fileforum.betanew...sword_Safe/1086630189/1

spec1alk

spec1alk reviewed v2.3.3 on Mar 15, 2005

Easy to use password manager.

The interface is great, allows you to sort and search your accounts.

It makes storing strong passwords for individual sites very easy.

I have not used the Automatic Form completion whereby it fills in the user and pass fields of a web page.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.3.3 on Jul 15, 2004

Nice stuff. Password Agent is well designed, and works with anything (though not in a fully automated manner).

The author truly cares about security, too: Another user and I notified him about a security issue in Password Agent (that being the fact that the master password is sometimes retrievable from memory), and he had a beta fix available for us within HOURS--and a final fix available within days. (The fix is included in Password Agent 2.3.2, by the way.)

I am not very fond of AES, but it's the only thing Password Agent uses. Hopefully, the author will add support for other algorithms in the future. This isn't a real issue, necessarily, just a nitpick.

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