Password Mg
Version 2.003
Password Mg uses a main password to store all your other passwords. You can transfer the password file using a USB disk or any network. You can access your passwords using any cloud networks such as DropBox, Google Drive, or SkyDrive. You can share the same password file across local area network where the user has read or read/write access to the password file.

The main password is protected with a million encryptions. Each password test take a few seconds, depending on processor speed. This scheme helps to protect the file against brute attack.

You should not copy/paste any password, because the password will be copied in to Windows clipboard where it is accessible by all programs running on your computer. If using some old web browsers, even remote websites can see what is currently in your clipboard. Instead, you can use the program's special drag&drop feature. Simply drag the password in to the Window where it is supposed to be typed in, the program will do the typing. This method is relatively safer because not every program is allowed to snoop on your keyboard. Note that Window's standard drag&drop also relies on clipboard and is not safe. For added security, make sure the password always stays in password boxes where it is hidden.

Minimum requirements: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000
Installation size: Approximately 1.0 MB
License: freeware