These password managers help individuals manage their personal passwords, pin codes, website logins, and other secret tokens. They're usually desktop or mobile apps that use a master password to access an encrypted local file containing all the passwords.
A web based personal password manager that is also offered as an online service (https://www.clipperz.com/).
Clipperz is a web app in PHP/Python and MySQL.
GNOME based password manager application that allows you to securely store your passwords.
Desktop app for Linux (GNOME).
The popular browser includes a password manager that securely stores the usernames and passwords used when accessing websites and then automatically fills them in the next time.
Simple software that generates highly secure pseudo-random passwords from the given master password, URL and user name.
Desktop software for Windows and Linux.
Secure online password manager based on the AES encryption in the browser.
Web based app developed in PHP/MySQL.
A free, open source, light-weight and easy-to-use password manager. It’s a personal password manager that can be run without installation on Windows systems. Encryption technology is AES and Twofish.
Desktop App for Windows, with many ports for other platforms: Linux, OSX, iOS, Android, … Also has many browser extensions available like KeeFox and ChromelPass.
A multi-platform open-source KeePass clone.
Desktop app for Windows, Linux and OSX.
A Java Swing personal password management app with encrypted databases compatible with Password Safe V3.
Desktop app for Windows, OSX and Linux.
Multilanguage personal account management software that also has a Windows Mobile version and a J2ME version for Java capable mobile phones.
Desktop and Mobile app. For Windows, Linux, OSX, Windows Mobile and Java phones.
Web based, lightweight personal password management application also offered as a service (https://locksmith.io/).
Developed in Python
Easy to use and full featured desktop password manager for Windows.
A cross platform desktop personal password manager. For Windows, Linux and OSX.
A Firefox add-on for managing personal passwords that also works in other browsers.
A simple and secure password manager for Windows. Compatible with Yubikeys (www.yubico.com).
Desktop software for Windows.
A password storage manager that stores passwords for users in an AES encrypted database.
A web based personal password manager written in PHP, based on the Yii Framework.
Web based LAMP app (PHP/MySQL).
Personal Windows password manager that doesn’t require installation. It features secure 448 bit Blowfish encoding and has been translated to many languages.
Personal password manager for the GNOME desktop.
Secure password management application that stores credentials and other critical information in a single encrypted database file.
Windows, OSX or Linux desktop application.
Web-based tool to manage passwords or other secret information in a safe way.
Developed in PHP.
Simple and cross platform personal password Manager with database syncing.
App for Windows, Linux, OSX and Android.
Web-based password wallet manager (PHP/MySQL).
Desktop tool for the deployment of unique passwords for Windows and Unix systems.
Simple and secure password manager with a minimal interface and AES-256 encryption. Includes a portable Pocket PC version.
Desktop program for Windows.
Password managers for groups and enterprise oriented. They usually have some kind of access control to the passwords. Most of them are web based due to their collaborative nature. If you're interested in these kind of password managers, take a look at Team Password Manager a commercial self hosted web app.
Enterprise Password Management web application.
Web based (Ruby on Rails) group-optimized password management app.
A web based PHP/MySQL collaborative passwords manager.
Web based (self hosted), multiuser password manager. A Java port of KeePass. Also supports iPhone.
Web-based password safe for the enterprise that supports multiple users with delegated access controls.
Java based web app.
Here you have a short list of terminal based password managers. Only for *nix geeks!
Terminal-based password manager that stores a list of passwords in a GnuPG encrypted file.
Command line password management tool that uses GnuPG for encryption.
pass is a command line tool to manage individual password files in Unix/Linux systems.
A password manager is a software application that helps a user or groups of users organize passwords and PIN codes. The software typically has a local database or a file that holds the encrypted password data for secure logon onto computers, networks, web sites and application data files.Read more on Wikipedia >>
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