Password Organizer Update Ships

While the world waits for single-sign on to become a reality, is shipping version 1.10 of its Password Organizer product.

The new version features a faster user interface, additional password-generating options and a backup-and-restore function for the password file, according to a statement by the company.

Password Organizer, from Oldenburg, Germany-based, is designed to organize all of a user’s passwords and login data in a single place. The user needs to remember only a master password. Additionally, Password Organizer provides secure password management functions, such as a random password generator, its own encryption engine, and text-export capabilities.

The package also has a copy function to simplify entering passwords into login fields. Disk space is the only limit to the number of usernames and passwords, meaning a user could theoretically store thousands of passwords. In addition, Password Organizer can be installed on USB memory sticks, such as jump drives and other re-writable media.

Password Organizer 1.10 costs $14.99 and runs on Windows 9x/Me/2000/XP. Its download size is a mere 111 KB.

About the Author

Stuart J. Johnston has covered technology, especially Microsoft, since February 1988 for InfoWorld, Computerworld, Information Week, and PC World, as well as for Enterprise Developer, XML & Web Services, and .NET magazines.


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