Current version: 1.0.13

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  • Do you save all your website passwords on a piece of paper or in an unencrypted file?
  • Do you use the same username and password for several sites you visit?
  • Do you use simple passwords, such as your dog's name, to make them easier to remember?

Did you answer yes to any of these questions? Then, please, have a look at SafePass!

  • SafePass stores all your passwords in a single file.
  • SafePass encrypts your passwords using the AES (Rijndael) algorithm with a 256-bit key.
  • SafePass simplifies usage of strong and different passwords for all your sites.

SafePass is free to use, and it does not contain any ads, spyware, trojans or viruses!

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  • 2021-05-19: SafePass 1.0.9
    Performance has been improved and .NET Framework has been upgraded to 4.7.2.
  • 2012-08-07: SafePass 1.0.5
    Passwords can now be imported from clipboard.
  • 2010-07-15: SafePass 1.0.3
    This release fixes an issue that causes sap-files to grow over time. This may have degraded performance in some cases.
  • 2007-03-27: Vista
    SafePass has full support for Windows Vista.
  • 2006-02-05: SafePass 1.0.2
    SafePass is still alive! I have fixed a few annoying bugs since the last update. I've also upgraded the project to Microsoft .NET 2.0. This means that you have to install .NET Framework 2.0 before installing SafePass 1.0.2. Thanks to this I have been able to reduce the startup time of SafePass significantly.
  • 2004-07-18: SafePass 1.0.1
    Version 1.0.1 is now available for download. A few bugs have been eliminated and some new features have been added. Navigate to the Download section for a complete changelog.
  • 2004-06-23: Initial version released!
    This is the first official version of SafePass. Please, report bugs here.