AutoID Password Manager 1.99 reviewDownload
AutoID is a password manager that uses 448 bit encryption and can type login information for you automatically.
AutoID is a password manager that uses 448 bit encryption and can type login information for you automatically. Basic auto-complete is also provided.
AutoID can be used to track names, passwords, credit cards, software serial numbers and confidential notes in an encrypted form. The password you assign to a file is the only key to retrieving its contents back.
Here are some key features of "AutoID Password Manager":
Auto-fill in credit cards, personal information and login information on web sites.
Popup dialog asks you what to fill in on web sites not recognized automatically.
Keep track of confidential notes, serial numbers, passwords, credit cards, etc.
Protect your data with up to 448 bit Blowfish encryption. Without the right password the data cannot be retrieved.
Automatically enters the right login information on web pages. autoID knows which web page you are on, and selects and types for you the right name and password. Just press command-option-/
Grab the current web browser page when making new records.
Import and export in CSV format.
The password can be changed at any time after verifying the original password.
Find, Find Again.
Print (limited capability at this time)
Copy the name or the password of the current record to the clipboard.
Supports Safari, Internet Explorer, OmniWeb, Opera, iCab, Netscape and Mozilla.
Check for a new version of the software.
On international keyboards, option-command-, (comma) also works.
Automatically save and backup your autoID documents as you make changes.
autoID can hide itself after you run it and it opens the last document.
Unhide and hide itself when needed.
Drag and drop to reorder items in the main list.
15 days trial.
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