New OS X Password Manager Application - Password Brain

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  1. BollingenSoft macrumors newbie

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    I work for Bollingen Software, LLC.

    We recently released a new password manager application called Password Brain.

    The product Web site is:
    http://www.PasswordBrain.com

    Password Brain is an easy-to-use password manager app. All of your passwords are stored in a local database and are encrypted using AES 128 bit encryption. We put a lot of effort into making the application very easy to use. We think this sets it apart from others.

    Other handy features include:
    • Versioned/dated backup to local or USB storage
    • Auto copying of passwords, account names or e-mail addresses
    • Continuous on-screen instructions
    • Random password generator (varying length; allows you to include phrases)
    • Auto lock out (after 5 minutes)
    • 4 digit PIN for quick access (after application locks; Master Password required at startup)
    • Easy filtering/search
    • 30 day free trial

    We hope you enjoy Password Brain!

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at info@BollingenSoftware.com.

    Also, please let us know of any features you might like to see.
     
  2. superscape macrumors 6502a

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    Interesting!

    Sounds interesting.

    How does it compare to Mac OS X's default Keychain.app?

    Best of luck with it.

    Rob
     
  3. BollingenSoft thread starter macrumors newbie

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    That's a good question Rob. Sorry for the delay in replying.

    While Keychain Access (the default program that lets you manage Keychains) does a lot of what Password Brain does, the primary difference is ease of use.

    Password Brain is really easy to use and makes the process of managing your passwords very intuitive. The interface is more straightforward and manually copying your passwords and usernames is a bit easier. Password Brain also lets you generate your own random passwords.

    One thing that Password Brain does not do and that Keychain Access does is that Keychain Access allows the Mac operating system to access your passwords. Password Brain allows only you to access the passwords directly through the application window. Some people will like this and others prefer the convenience of allowing the OS to automatically store and access passwords.

    Password Brain also allows quick access via a PIN and lets you archive old passwords.
     
  4. superscape macrumors 6502a

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    Thanks for the info

    Thanks for the info. I'll have to give it a test drive… free trial downloading now!

    Cheers
     
  5. moviebiz macrumors member

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    Do you plan to implement browser integration?
     
  6. BollingenSoft thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks for your question moviebiz. The answer is no. Our plan for Password Brain is to keep it a standalone application. The only possible exception would be syncing between the desktop and a mobile version, which may be released later this year.
     

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