nPassword is light, standalone, portable and more secure than most of it's competitors. The keyword is convenience and that's the area where nPasswords goes ahead. You can use customizable systemwide keyboard shortcuts, create macros, access your passwords quickly from any program with the QuickPassword popup feature (Win+X by default) and you can drag your data fields off nPassword into any windows program.
- it remembers your settings in whole into it's own settings files and not windows registry
- it opens your last used databank automatically (optional)
- it uses relative paths
- it's not dependent on any other program. you can use QuickPassword feature and macros into any program.
It is safe to use nPassword from your USB drive or memory card.
If you know any other password manager complying with the above please notify me. I'd like to know.
- 256bit AES encription should be sufficient for anyone under normal circumstancens
- macros and direct shortcut actions of nPasword cannot be tracked by keyloggers
- clipboard hooking protection(must be enabled in options) prevents other programs from being notified when you copy datafields from nPassword to the windows clipboard
- password char spy protection (rather silly but many other password managers fail to do it)
See also: network graph, connection monitoring, network connection graph, realtime network graph, network speed monitoringsource viewer, source editor, notepad replacement, text editorsource viewer, source editor, notepad replacement, text editor