Keep your Passwords safe for free

  Old Shep 10:40 04 May 2004

I have had this little utility for quite some time now click here It's totally free but you can donate if you wish. No nag screens and totally safe. It is a stand alone application (you don't install it). Just drag it to your hard drive and create a shortcut.

  Old Shep 08:45 05 May 2004

Bumpety bump

  rawprawn 09:14 05 May 2004

Thanks for the tip I'll give it a whirl.

  Old Shep 09:15 05 May 2004

Thanks rawprawn thought everyone was asleep out there.

  rawprawn 10:13 05 May 2004

No I'm here, I have just completed filling it all in. I think it's a nice neat little program.My wife doesn't use computers at all and is always on about what happens if I die for bank accounts etc. with this I can just give her the one password and she can give it to my son if I cop my clogs. Not that I am intending to shuffle off just yet. Thanks.

  Old Shep 10:20 05 May 2004

Cheers I did the same with my wife but she could never remember the 1 password when I asked her. I changed it to the make of her car so she has no excuse now. Thought it was a nifty little program to share. Keep breathing. Regards

  Daveson 11:15 05 May 2004

Cool, works a treat. Is it possible to upload this prog to my web site so that i can access the password on the move ? would i just upload the exe file and where is the dat file ?

  Old Shep 11:21 05 May 2004

When you unzip it you should have 3 files they are Pass32/Readme/File_id. Don't know if you can upload it to a web site.

  Agent Smith 12:58 05 May 2004

Nice one, thanks.

  Daveson 13:11 05 May 2004

Ok cheers for that. Nice little prog.

  Chris the Ancient 14:50 05 May 2004

Added to my 'loads of useful things on the desktop'!


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