SWORDFISH
SWORDFISH
4.5

4.5

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SWORDFISH4.5

10 June 2005

Organize user names and passwords.

Overview

SWORDFISH stores your passwords and automatically organizes them by system, account type, username, password, and ownership. It has a high quality password generator; features protected password data editing and history log, as well as import and export functions. URL launching and copy-to-clipboard functionality is also included.

What's new in SWORDFISH

  • Larger working screen views
  • Ability to clear password event logs
  • Ability to set global password change reminders
  • Ability to override global password change reminders for individual passwords
  • Full screen zoom percentage control
  • Extended list view option, larger notes field
  • Ability to delete System, Login ID, Password, Type, or Ownership password sets
  • Updated and improved documentation
  • More fields to import and export
  • Added record search options

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How would you rate SWORDFISH app?

5 Reviews of SWORDFISH

4
Yoo Kim
27 August 2003
Version: 2.1

Most helpful

Looking for help with my passwords, I got me a copy of swordfish to try. Using it at first was pretty easy, though maybe my background as a power computer user was a factor. The program runs solid and it does very well what it's supposed to do. That said, I wish I had the ability to customize some of the field names and maybe have it generate less cryptic passwords (they really are high quality, unguessable passwords) but I have no real complaints. The screens have all the info I need, and navigating everywhere in the program is extremely fast (there's a button for everything). Transferring my passwords over was very easy and adding new records is a breeze. I like the very quick organizing ability, this is a feature every personal information manager should have (alas! most do not). Anyways, about 2 days before the trial expired, I paid for my copy, and it sure has become a very useful tool.
(0)
Anonymous
10 June 2005
Version: 4.5
Ok so it's supposed to be a password manager. I didn't really see why I would need 3rd party software for that, seeing as any should support keychain. So I decided to download this and see why I would need it. Upon opening it displays a weird web browser type window asking me to "login" , login to what? I put my user account info in, and it said I have "invalid credentials", so what am I supposed to be logging into? I gave up trying to decipher how to get to the actual "password management" this is supposed to do. Upon exiting a dialog appeared for a moment which revealed that this program is made with filemaker. So essentially they're trying to charge people for a non-standard database app to store your passwords in. I'm not going to bother rating this because I suspect it's purpose isn't what I thought it was. So, why on earth would anyone use this over keychain? What's this app supposed to be for?
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Jay Thomsen, Cybersa Service
06 May 2004
Version: 4.0
We've addressed the needs of our many customers in building this new version and want to thank you for your continuing support and suggestions.
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4.5
20 November 2003
Version: 3.0
With over 200 password accounts, my favorite Swordfish features are its browser screens and its password maker. With the first one I get 'snapshots' of my accounts along with my password creation habits; the second one, helpedme overcome my bad, albeit convenient habit of using a single password for 17 personal accounts. Now I make user-friendly passwords that replace the old ones, and keep them ready for reference with Swordfish, which I have found to be a well thought out solution. I highly recommend Swordfish 3 to anyone that has been online within the last 5 years.
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4.5
Anonymous
17 November 2003
Version: 3.0
Ok, after putting up with my messy passwords list, I found this little gem, and I really like it, a lot, though I spend too much time hunting the quote bank for the next wrightism..to pop up..kudos.
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4
Yoo Kim
27 August 2003
Version: 2.1
Looking for help with my passwords, I got me a copy of swordfish to try. Using it at first was pretty easy, though maybe my background as a power computer user was a factor. The program runs solid and it does very well what it's supposed to do. That said, I wish I had the ability to customize some of the field names and maybe have it generate less cryptic passwords (they really are high quality, unguessable passwords) but I have no real complaints. The screens have all the info I need, and navigating everywhere in the program is extremely fast (there's a button for everything). Transferring my passwords over was very easy and adding new records is a breeze. I like the very quick organizing ability, this is a feature every personal information manager should have (alas! most do not). Anyways, about 2 days before the trial expired, I paid for my copy, and it sure has become a very useful tool.
(0)
$18.95

4.5

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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