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Organize & store personal data with Free Password manager

Nobody is able to remember all those different passwords, especially if they are complicated and secure. A secure password manager is necessary to store all your personal data.

Free Password manager is such a tool that lets you organize and store any kind of valuable information in an encrypted database.

You can install this program on a pen drive (USB drives), so that you can access your data from any Windows computer.

You can create any number of encrypted databases for storing any information. Each database has its own access password and is encrypted using an AES algorithm.

Key features of Free Password Manager

1. Data are encrypted using AES encryption algorithm with 256-bit key;
2. No unencrypted temporary files ever created;
3. Memory blocks are cleared when no longer needed;
4. Built-in password generator;
5.Logging of all data changes;
6. Password generator.

Download Free Password Manager


  1. There's no link to download this or it's to hard to find

  2. @Anonymous,
    Thanks for the info. Post is now updated with download link.

  3. now....thanks....Gerry


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