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Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
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FindMySoft Editor's Review
QPass – Open Source Password Manager
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You can keep all your passwords safely stored in a centralized location thanks to the open source QPass application. The application creates a database, a database encrypted with a strong 256-bit AES algorithm, and stores your confidential info in there: usernames, passwords, URLs, notes. By providing the correct password, you gain access to the database and all the info stored in there.

Getting QPass up and running is a simple process that goes like this: download an executable on your machine; run said executable; follow the onscreen instructions presented to you by a setup wizard. When you run the application for the first time, it will ask you to open an existing database, create a new database, pick a password to protect the new database, and increase the number of iterations of PBKDF2 algorithm to improve resistance to brute force attacks.

On the left hand side of the application’s interface you will see a list of entries. A search box above it helps you quickly locate the entry you are looking for. Information on a selected entry is displayed on the right hand side of the application’s interface. By information, I mean the following: name, website URL, username, password, and notes.

Adding an entry to the list is an incredibly simple matter. Just click the Add button from the bottom left hand corner, type in the required info, then hit the Save button from the bottom right hand corner. A nice touch is the fact that you can copy and open a website’s URL with a mouse click, that you can use a password generator to come up with a password, and that, with a click, you can copy or view that password.

QPass is free and open source.

Thanks to QPass, you can securely store all your passwords and have easy access to them.

Pros
Easily create a database to store all your passwords. The QPass interface is very easy to use. Copy and open a website’s URL, copy and view a password with a simple mouse click. QPass stores your data in an encrypted database. QPass is free and open source.

Cons
None that I could think of.

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QPass Editor's Review Rating
QPass has been reviewed by George Norman on 29 Oct 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated QPass 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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