Password Manager XP 2.1 review

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Password Manager XP (supported on Windows 95 onwards) requires manual entry of logins into the database, with its only automation on the form-filler side, where both IE and Firefox are supported. The ‘it’s a database’ approach means you get a more granular level of control over what’s in it and who can use it, but at the cost of the simple learning curve. However, it offers an array of supported encryption algorithms that can be combined for the paranoid. Multi-user support is superb too: you can create databases at shared resources and access them from multiple PCs across the network, as well as from removable media. For workgroup use, it’s hard to beat.

Password Manager XP 2.1 review

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