File Name: pwsafe-3.55.0.msi
File Size: 22.05 MB
Author: Password Safe Team
License: Open Source
Updated: June, 14th 2021
Requirements: Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP
On Windows 7 and higher, start your digital life with a safe and simplified installation of free and open-source software in minutes. Designed by famous security expert Bruce Schneier. Over 5 million downloads.
What makes a password strong?
So we confirm that we are safe. We are trustworthy. What steps are we taking to support this claim? Well, here are some: Open source is the most important thing, you don’t have to believe our words. You can load the source code and run it yourself or even ask someone else to review it. Designed by Bruce Schneier. The original version was developed by the famous security expert Bruce Schneier, and we got his permission. There is no backdoor/recovery mechanism-without the master key, the user (or developer) cannot access the password. Some people also say that it is outstanding, reliable, and susceptible to use the product.
The complexity of brute force:
If there is no black door, the attacker can try to use brute force to attack, such as using a dictionary. Password Safe has provisions to make the task as difficult as possible. The master password is never stored in its pure form. We saved the information obtained from the basic password, but it was difficult to figure it out. Confidential storage cannot be transferred to the hard disk. All user data is encrypted in memory. The memory with confidential data will be deleted as soon as possible. File integrity check-even if the file is encrypted, it may not prevent unauthorized changes. The old database is saved by default. Users can customize how many backups to keep and where they are stored. Whether the answer is 1 or 100, Password Safe allows you to easily and securely create a secure and encrypted list of usernames and passwords. Security Password All you need to do is to create and remember the “Master Password” of your choice to unlock and access the complete list of usernames/passwords. Security starts with you, the user.
It is not safe to save passwords in paper scraps or Word documents on the desktop, and it is easy to be discovered by snoopers (cybercriminals and humans). Implementing a similar password again and again on numerous systems and websites can develop a terror scenario. Once someone finds the password, they will find all your passwords and can now access all areas of your life (system, email, retail, work, finance).