Password Manager XP 3.0.537

Password Manager XP is a program specially created to help people systematize and store securely valuable information. It rids computer users of headaches caused by lost passwords, forgotten access codes and other sensitive information.
With this program, you safely store all your logins, passwords, PIN codes, credit card numbers, access codes, files, and any other confidential information in one place.

· Support of the following encryption algorithms (can be used together): Blowfish, 3DES, Rijndael, Tea, Cast128, RC4, Serpent, Twofish;
· No unencrypted temporary files ever created;
· Memory blocks are cleared when no longer needed;
· Built-in password generator;
· Support for multiple databases;
· Ability to access passwords databases from multiple computers across the network;
· Adjustable user privileges per given database;
· Permissions can be set for folders or even individual records;
· Concurrent write access to a database for multiple users;
· NT authentication support;
· Logging of all data changes;
· Printing and ability to create custom print templates;
· Integration into Microsoft Internet Explorer;
· Ability to store passwords databases and the program itself on the removable devices such a USB flash drives;
· Backup and restoring of passwords databases;
· Export and import to/from CSV and TXT files;
· Ability to check for the expired passwords on Windows start;
· Program can be minimized to system tray;
· Information sorting options;
· Handy and easy adjustable interface;
· Multilingual user interface (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Lithuanian, Chinese, Korean, Danish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Hungarian, Greek, Croatian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Hebrew, Turkish, Farsi, Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian);
· XP themes support.
What's New:
- new: Form filling support for TEXTAREA input fields.
- fixed: Internet Explorer integration when multiple tabs are opened.

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