Rony Shapiro - (Open Source)
Password Safe is a simple application that manages the passwords in a database offering access to them by providing only a master password.
Password Safe allows you to manage all your passwords and user names safely and only having to remember one master password. It brings all the passwords in a database and the storage is completely secure because the data is encrypted.
This way the user does not have to keep the passwords written on papers, keeping them exposed. It also helps him to have individual password for each application that requires it because having one password would compromise the security of the documents, email accounts, bank accounts, work etc.
# New Features
* Support Yubico's YubiKey authentication token. Previouly this product was supported in a separate branch.
* User can choose not to let PasswordSafe record which virtual keyboard was used.
* Changing a database opened in read-only mode to read/write will revert when the database is locked.
* Allow a keyboard shortcut to be associated with selecting an entry. Please see Help entry for more details.
# Changes to Existing Features
* Add validation of entry field XML characters to ensure resulting file can be imported. Note: any field containing an invalid character will not be exported and a comment added to the export file and the report.
* Run command can now accept $e or $email and will expand this to the entry's e-mail.
# Bugs fixed
* Copying the username of a shortcut entry now works correctly.
* -d dialog no longer needs password verification.
* Help now displays correctly for Import XML settings.
* Filters now handle empty fields correctly.
* Manage Password Policy lists and Edit Entry's Notes fonts are set to same as for main list/tree, user-configurable.
* Autotype email and url now works with shortcut.
* Prevent Alt+Enter or Ctrl+Enter when setting the Application Hotkey in PasswordSafe options dialog closing the dialog and saving an invalid Hotkey.
* Support wrap scrolling in the ListView using up and down arrow keys.