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Password Safe is a password database utility. Like many other such products, commercial and otherwise, it stores your passwords in an encrypted file, allowing you to remember only one password (the "safe combination"), instead of all the username/password combinations that you use. Once stored, your user names and passwords are just a few clicks away.

Using Password Safe you can organize your passwords using your own customizable references—for example, by user ID, category, website, or location. You can choose to store all your passwords in a single encrypted master password list (an encrypted password database) or use multiple databases to further organize your passwords (work and home, for example). And with its intuitive interface, you will be up and running in minutes.

Whether the response is one or hundreds, Password Safe permits you to securely and effectively make a got and encoded client name/secret phrase list.

With Password Safe, you should simply make and recall a solitary "Expert Password" of your decision to open and access your whole client name/secret phrase list.


Security begins with you, the client. Keeping composed arrangements of passwords on pieces of paper, or in a text record in your work area is dangerous and is handily seen by meddlesome eyes (both digital-based and human). Utilizing similar secret phrases again and again across a wide range of frameworks and sites makes the horrible situation where whenever somebody has sorted out one secret phrase, they have sorted out the entirety of your passwords and presently approach all aspects of your life (framework, email, retail, monetary, work).


Secret phrase Safe permits clients to store all passwords in a solitary "safe" (secret phrase data set), or to make various data sets for various purposes (e.g., one for work, one for individual use). Every data set is free and can be moved and utilized on various frameworks, as long as a similar rendition of Password Safe is introduced. Data sets are encoded with an encryption key got from the expert secret word (the expert secret key, be that as it may, isn't kept in that frame of mind in any structure).

If you are involving Password Safe interestingly, press the New Database button. You will be requested to pick the name and area from your secret word information base (the default, "safe.psafe3", is fine). A while later, you will be provoked to enter an expert secret word that is utilized to encode and lock the items in your new protection.

What's New

  • BR1550 Autotype delay now applies to keycodes (e.g., \{Down}) as well as "regular" text.
  • BR1549 '-go command-line option now handles UNC path correctly
  • GH800 PasswordSafe now prevents data that it places on the clipboard from appearing in the Windows Clipboard History.
  • New features in 3.56
    • FR894 Support OnlyKey 2FA
  • Bugs fixed in 3.56
    • SF1542 UNC paths now accepted as the backup directory
    • SF1530 Maximized window is now restored as such after unlock
    • GH737 Fixed crash in 64 bit version when selecting View -> Filters -> New/edit Filter -> Field DCA (or Shift-DCA) followed by Criteria selection
    • GH573, SF1488 "Remind" Windows when PasswordSafe should stay topmost
    • Fixed Notes line parsing in the Run command
  • Changes in 3.56
    • The entire password can be selected in the password subset display by specifying '*'
    • Arabic support added

PasswordSafe was originally designed by the renowned security technologist Bruce Schneier and released as a free utility application.

Size 10.6 MB

Download: 
PasswordSafe 64-bit | Portable 64-bit 

(Open Source)

Download: PasswordSafe 32-bit | Portable 32-bit

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