Password Managers

  • Name: PWMinder Desktop 3.3.0
  • File Size: 70.03MB
  • Date: 25 Oct 2022
  • License: Shareware
  • Price: $30.00
  • Eval: 30 days
  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/8.1/10/
  • Hardware Requirements: 100MB disk space, 4GB or higher RAM, 1024 X 768 display(minimum) (1280 X 1024 recommended)
  • Other Requirements: JRE 13(bundled with app), Adobe™ Reader or equivalent to view user guide. Network connection for software activation, upgrade checks and use with Dropbox™. Dropbox™ account for Dropbox integration.
  • Language support: n/a
  • Notes: Windows XP and Vista should work as well but are no longer officially supported.

Developer's Description: Personal security and privacy is becoming more and more of an issue, and it seems every web site, on-line store, on-line bank, social networking site, etc. asks you to create a login and password. We're told we should never re-use passwords, and password must not be something easily guessed. Most of us, however, don't follow these rules because there is no way we would be able to remember these dozens of unique, cryptic passwords. This is where PWMinder comes to the rescue!

PWMinder Desktop is a cross-platform, Password Manager application that is used to store all of your passwords and other sensitive data in a secure encrypted file. With PWMinder, you don't need to try and remember all of your various passwords, but rather create one very secure password, to be able access all of your other passwords in one place. Along with the PWMinder for iOS and Android, you can now manage your passwords at home and on the road.

PWMinder Desktop allows you to automatically log in to your favourite websites, and allows you to export and print all of your data. PWMinder also include a configurable Password Generator Tool, which allow you to create secure passwords. The latest version also includes a File Shredder, an Encryption Tool, and a Message Digest Tool, as well as better integration with Dropbox.

With the addition of PWMinder for iOS and Android and the use of Dropbox, your passwords become as mobile as your are. You can create a Repository of passwords on your Windows PC at work, then use PWMinder on your smart phone so you can access them the road. You can then open the Repository on your Mac, to access and edit your passwords at home. True Cross-Platform, Cross-Device compatibility! More info-Ewert Technologies