Silverlock - Free Password Manager and Digital Wallet

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by kboucher, May 22, 2014.

  1. kboucher macrumors newbie

    May 22, 2014
    Hi Everyone,

    I'm Kevin from Petroules.( Today we released Silverlock 2.1 on the Mac App Store.

    Download from the Mac App Store.

    Silverlock securely stores website logins, notes with rich-text formatting, contacts, Wi-Fi passwords, files, software licenses and much more securely behind your master password.


    Multiple Vaults. Stay organized with multiple vaults. Securely switch between vaults to separate personal information, client work or your business without entering your master password twice.

    Multiple Databases. Create multiple databases with different master passwords to separate and share secure data with friends or co-workers.

    Sync. Stop paying to sync your data. Silverlock seamlessly integrates with iCloud, Dropbox, and more. The cloud is always an option and is never required.

    Secure Password Generator. Never use the same password twice. Generate strong, unique passwords to protect your data from hackers. Weak website logins can easily be compromised by guessing programs, dictionary-word programs, and shoulder surfing. Silverlock creates incredibly strong passwords for your apps, services, and websites.

    Companion Password Strength Analyzer. The companion Password Strength Analyzer checks the overall strength of your existing passwords by intelligently analyzing dictionary words, the 10,000 most commonly used passwords and much more to give you the most secure passwords.

    - Integrated Search
    - Organize Fields into Sections
    - Attachments
    - Industry Standard 128/192/256-bit AES Encryption
    - Automatically Locking when the computer goes idle, sleeps, or the screen saver is activated
    - Customizable Lock Screen
    - Unlimited Passwords, Fields and Sections
    - Live Icons (Optional)
    - Secure Notes
    - Contacts
    - Organize Your Data with Categories
    - Multiple Ways to View Your Data
  2. Michaelgtrusa macrumors 604

    Oct 13, 2008
    Looks very nice.

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