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Password Safe: One password to Rule Them All

All computer users have problems tracking dozens of passwords. Some write passwords in their notebook pages, behind visiting cards to store in their wallet while some people maintain the same password for all accounts.

Bruce Schneier, referred by The Economist as a "security guru", has released a free Windows Utility for storing and managing multiple passwords.

His program, Password Safe, stores user passwords in single file (called "safe") which is encrypted and protected by user's master password (called "Safe Combination") with the Blowfish encryption algorithm.

You can have the program generate a random password for you, and it can copy the password to the clipboard without actually displaying it on your screen.

Download Password Safe (Open Source)

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