Encryption algorithm choice up to 8192 bit. Windows App & Web password manager. iOS & Android apps. Support for 6 languages. Bluetooth and USB login/disconnect to access login information.
No Mac or Linux option. No Windows Phone app.
Extremely capable Windows and online password manager, with a recently added iOS and Android apps. Continues to improve with each new version.
StickyPassword has recently been upgraded to version 7 and added variety of sophistic features including online syncing between multiple devices, all program updates and much more. It is clear that StickyPassword is an application that continues to improve with each iteration. This is good news for security-conscious users.
Since version 7 is out, they currently offers two different options to choose from including online and offline (desktop) version.
The desktop app runs on the Windows platform, under Vista, XP, 7 and 8 (though only in the desktop screen, not the tiled startup screen). The app works with Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Flock & SeaMonkey web browsers, and with Windows apps too. Their cloud version offers support for iOS and Android as well. One license of cloud version can be used across multiple device but must be limited for one user. Quite a few Windows apps can have their login information stored and accessed using the software including instant messaging apps like Skype, the popular FTP app, FileZilla, several email programs and online cloud storage accounts too.
An iOS and Android app has also been released to enable owners of the PC version to access their list of saved sites while on the move. Blackberry, Windows Phone and other competitor mobile platform are so far not supported.
StickyPassword not only stores encrypted web site login information, but also secure notes, and personal information used for form filling including bank account numbers, pin numbers and credit card details. One can create multiple identities as well, which is handy if more than one person shares the same computer.
Both desktop and online versions comes with 6 languages supported in the latest version, but only English is supported with the iPhone app.
For both, desktop and online version, The Password Generator works well, with the option to choose how long the password should be, whether to include or exclude character ranges A-Z, a-z or 0-9, and also whether to include symbols in the password generated. One can also exclude characters similar to each other, in order to make the password harder to crack.
Whilst many password managers only permit a master password as the unlocking method, this app follows the growing trend to allow other methods too. For Desktop app (Offline version) an USB device can be configured to unlock the app, a Bluetooth-enabled device like a smartphone or tablet, or you can just do it the old fashioned way with a password. With the Bluetooth feature, the app will unlock, but when the device moves out of range, the app and its saved information locks up tight.
For cloud version, you can open an online syncing account, which they call Stickey Account, where all passwords can be synced and stored. You can get access from multiple device without any security risks.
The app can also be configured to lock up after a given period of inactivity too, which is handy for times when you walk away from your desk and forget to lock the screen.
Since they offer 30 days, full function free trial, its worth downloading and taking a look at their feature to learn what they have to offer.
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