Password Memory 6.1 for Windows

by Code:Aero Technologies

Avg. Rating 4.4 (130 votes)

File Details

File Size 8.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 28,352
Publisher Code:Aero Technologies
Homepage Password Memory

Publisher's Description

Password Memory helps you organize and secure your passwords. You passwords are encrypted using multiple algorithms to keep them secure. Your login details (username, password, etc.) can be searched and sorted fast easily. Login details associated with a website can also be copied into the webpage with the click of a button. It can even keep track of your credit card information for secure and fast access.

Free For Personal Home Use.

Latest Reviews

Slipped it in

Slipped it in reviewed v3.0.2 RC1 on Feb 25, 2010

This program isn't 100% free. KeePass does everything the Plus version of Password Memory does for free. Don't waste your money on this. If you want a high quality free password manager go to "www.keepass.info"

stanvitters

stanvitters reviewed v3.0 RC1 on Nov 13, 2009

The software worked well for me, though I must say it has limited uses.

SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v3.0 Beta 1 on Nov 6, 2009

well, I've tried to open the program to see what's about, but apparently you need an existing password database, otherwise it will not start :))

you have the option to create a new one when you start using the program (option "click here to create a new database"), but it keep saying that "database name is missing." ... shame, the picture of the gui looks interesting and this is all I was able to see from it.

Inniosoft

Inniosoft reviewed v3.0 Beta 1 on Nov 6, 2009

This software looks pretty good, and somewhat easy to work with - yet I would not pay money for such a program.

I'm in the process of developing my own password manager, called Hushkey. It's not the best, as it is designed to be simple. It's freeware, and will remain that way.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v2.0 Beta 1 on Aug 20, 2008

This is very comparable to KeePass except I found Password Memory 2009's icon creation and grouping unnecessarily complex. Compare both programs and you'll see what I mean.

Security is basically incredible for any program of this type.

I uninstalled this and went back to KeePass. With KeePass being free and meeting all my needs I wouldn't buy any program of this type, but I thought I'd compare a few just to be sure.

Other:
The company that sells/makes this (CodeAero) has a few other programs for organizing music, movies and books. Together the pro versions are close to $200. I'd seriously check out the program "Mediaman" which I use primarily for my extensive DVD collection and books. http://www.imediaman.com/

mengo

mengo reviewed v1.1 RC1 on Jun 18, 2008

well im on po4ko on this, but why not donate the 20$ to keepass and help the open source community
Ive used keepass for a long long time, and its just the best password store around

Is it better to keep passwords in a closed source database? I cant see the problem

jp_ext

jp_ext reviewed v1.0.3 on Feb 7, 2008

@po4ko: Maybe because I don't want critical info such as passwords in an open source database?

po4ko

po4ko reviewed v1.0.3 Beta on Feb 4, 2008

Why would anyone want to give their $20 away, when there is the king of all password managers - KeePass.

Is is free, open source, multiplatform, and you can copy its installation on an USB stick with your database, even without getting a separate portable version, which is also there.

So why do I need to give my $20 away, for something that I can get for free and which is better anyway?

jp_ext

jp_ext reviewed v1.0.1 Beta on Nov 20, 2007

I got the program (and database) installed on my USB stick. So I carry it with me wherever I go.

bigshotshotdown

bigshotshotdown reviewed v1.0.1 Beta on Nov 20, 2007

Portable version, please! Great app - nice and simple.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (130 votes)
Your Rating
Slipped it in

Slipped it in reviewed v3.0.2 RC1 on Feb 25, 2010

This program isn't 100% free. KeePass does everything the Plus version of Password Memory does for free. Don't waste your money on this. If you want a high quality free password manager go to "www.keepass.info"

stanvitters

stanvitters reviewed v3.0 RC1 on Nov 13, 2009

The software worked well for me, though I must say it has limited uses.

SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v3.0 Beta 1 on Nov 6, 2009

well, I've tried to open the program to see what's about, but apparently you need an existing password database, otherwise it will not start :))

you have the option to create a new one when you start using the program (option "click here to create a new database"), but it keep saying that "database name is missing." ... shame, the picture of the gui looks interesting and this is all I was able to see from it.

Inniosoft

Inniosoft reviewed v3.0 Beta 1 on Nov 6, 2009

This software looks pretty good, and somewhat easy to work with - yet I would not pay money for such a program.

I'm in the process of developing my own password manager, called Hushkey. It's not the best, as it is designed to be simple. It's freeware, and will remain that way.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v2.0 Beta 1 on Aug 20, 2008

This is very comparable to KeePass except I found Password Memory 2009's icon creation and grouping unnecessarily complex. Compare both programs and you'll see what I mean.

Security is basically incredible for any program of this type.

I uninstalled this and went back to KeePass. With KeePass being free and meeting all my needs I wouldn't buy any program of this type, but I thought I'd compare a few just to be sure.

Other:
The company that sells/makes this (CodeAero) has a few other programs for organizing music, movies and books. Together the pro versions are close to $200. I'd seriously check out the program "Mediaman" which I use primarily for my extensive DVD collection and books. http://www.imediaman.com/

mengo

mengo reviewed v1.1 RC1 on Jun 18, 2008

well im on po4ko on this, but why not donate the 20$ to keepass and help the open source community
Ive used keepass for a long long time, and its just the best password store around

Is it better to keep passwords in a closed source database? I cant see the problem

jp_ext

jp_ext reviewed v1.0.3 on Feb 7, 2008

@po4ko: Maybe because I don't want critical info such as passwords in an open source database?

po4ko

po4ko reviewed v1.0.3 Beta on Feb 4, 2008

Why would anyone want to give their $20 away, when there is the king of all password managers - KeePass.

Is is free, open source, multiplatform, and you can copy its installation on an USB stick with your database, even without getting a separate portable version, which is also there.

So why do I need to give my $20 away, for something that I can get for free and which is better anyway?

jp_ext

jp_ext reviewed v1.0.1 Beta on Nov 20, 2007

I got the program (and database) installed on my USB stick. So I carry it with me wherever I go.

bigshotshotdown

bigshotshotdown reviewed v1.0.1 Beta on Nov 20, 2007

Portable version, please! Great app - nice and simple.

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