Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

PassPack New Version

Category: Showcase

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PassPack is a free, secure online password manager.

A new release just got out the door and includes a bunch of new features:

  • Import and Export
    It’s your data, do with it what you like.
  • Backup and Restore
    Make and restore encrypted copies of your PassPack entries.
  • Pack up and Auto-save when inactive
    You decide when PassPack locks and if it should auto-save.
  • Anti-phishing Welcome Message
    You pick it, phishers can’t reproduce it (it’s IP filtered).
  • Tags, search and navigation
    Tag your entries, quick search your list, alphabetical order paging.
  • Know when to save
    A big RED button tells you if you need to save or not.
  • Password Generator
    Quickly make and fill in a password in your entry.
  • Scrambled Password field
    Select and copy your passwords while safely hidden from prying eyes.
  • Go to Button
    Copy your password, click to go to the website, then paste. All done.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:52 am
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Its great to see the innovation on this project. I look forward to more great releases from the PassPack team.

Comment by Jeffrey Robbins — March 20, 2007

I love the concept and the execution seems to be quite good but i was surprised and disappointed to find quite a few glitches in the layout in Firefox 2.0, although the Javascript works great.

Comment by Gudbergur — March 20, 2007

I am using PassPack and it is so great.
I was drowning in more than 200 accounts and I was desperately waiting for an online, client-side, all-in-your-browser, crypto tool.
only a suggestion: custom fields for custom data entry.

Thanks guys.

Comment by Kerub — March 21, 2007

@Kerub
We’ve had a couple of requests for custom fields so far. We’ll look into it. Thanks for the kind words – always nice to hear (read?) them. Cheers!

@Jeffrey
As Francesco mentioned, that blog post on the new tool is coming. … What are the chances someone can write a script to add more hours to the day? [wink]

Comment by Tara — March 21, 2007

Looks interesting, I am personally a little hesitant about storing passwords in an application which is labled as beta but I will definitley try it out!

Comment by Adam — March 21, 2007

GMail is beta…

Comment by Alex — March 25, 2007

Hi Everyone,
thanks for the disposable login tip to thwarte keyloggers Tara, here’s another link to a keylogger detector that I highly recommend. It’s http://www.spycop.com and I use it to catch programs like http://www.spectorsoft.com

Comment by Elizabeth Ward — November 3, 2007

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