iSafe
iSafe 1.8
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iSafe allows you to keep your credit card numbers, bank account information, software serial numbers, Web based usernames and passwords and more all in one convenient place. You can also safely type and encrypt text documents from within iSafe or encrypt documents already stored on your hard drive to prevent prying eyes from reading your personal information kept on your computer.
What's New
Version 1.8:
  • Interface improvements
  • Software Updater improved
  • Minor code improvements
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later



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iSafe User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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mwg9 commented on 13 Jan 2007
Beware! I recently updated to 1.7 (from 1.6) and today when I went to add more data I found all of my previous passwords, SNs, etc. were gone. I should have everything on my B/U HD, but who likes to waste time? And 1.7 now features a nag screen...
[Version 1.8]


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Dom21 commented on 22 Dec 2006
If you worry about this being spyware -- and paranoia IS okay -- use Little Snitch _and_ encrypt the info before you iSafe it.
[Version 1.8]


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mactester reviewed on 02 May 2006
This application is great, work for me. Interface is great plus it's free. My buy the full version soon, I was trying to keychain before but it kept asking me to enter passwords that did not know.

Thanks Codefuzion
[Version 1.7]


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Mojolive reviewed on 01 May 2006
Tried it did not work. Try searching, WHAT SEARCH !

Ha this really bites, the big one as far as usefulness
use yojimbo, It rocks, this is a waste of time. VT gave it so many good reviews so I tried it.. I lost my serials that I had put in just for tests. How. did a back up then installed the back up data base only to see that the #'s were gone.. Do not waste your time. Look at Yojimbo and it is intel ready
[Version 1.7]

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Swordfish replied on 01 May 2006
Yojimbo? 40$, no thanks! Just use an encrypted disk image or store passwords in keychain notes.
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Robert replied on 22 Dec 2006
Ah yes, a little program called Keychain Access seems to do something similar :)

Sometimes Keychain Access loses everything on a keychain though when it becomes corrupt, as my login keychain did recently.

There's a bunch of free and shareware general purpose notebook which feature strong encryption that will do, besides Yohimbo. Journler could do it, and it's free. A more flexible option, and if your records aren't stored in one-big-database, should be safer to use.

I personally find apps which feature encryption as well as misspellings or typos in the GUI elements to be too dodgy to use. Sorry, iSafe.
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shunulu commented on 01 May 2006
Maybe it would be paranoid but how can i know it doesn't send my passwords ? Maybe it collects and sends all of our bank and password info periodically ? It can be spyware ! I can not trust such as type of programs. It is just my comment
[Version 1.7]

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Tce-Yee Poon replied on 01 May 2006
If you're worried about that get Little Snitch.
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gpfw commented on 22 Apr 2006
isafe will not let me unencrypt my notes...so that sucks!
[Version 1.6]


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TheClue reviewed on 18 Jan 2006
It is a very nice app and I started to use it daily.

But to be honest i dont like the "Show/Hide" buttons set (the first reveals the password for selected record, the second hides it again). In my opinion it's better to not show the password, but simply copy it to clipboard

Second improvment is for bank accounts template: since most home banking service have TWO passwords, one for access and one for bank movments, you should just have to add a field

great job, anyway!
[Version 1.5]


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Schmelding reviewed on 18 Jan 2006
This is a very nice app, but two things will make it an awesome app and earn a total 5-star rating:

1. An import/export feature. I don't want to enter all of my password data from Pastor or SecretBook again. And I'd like to generate a list of password to share with a sysadmin (hence, export).

2. Fix the non-sequential, jumping tab issue. Hitting the tab key doesn't make the next field highlight, but highlights something else unexpectedly.

Keep up the great work!
[Version 1.5]


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MarcelA reviewed on 20 Dec 2005
Great product, very easy to use and looks great. Look forward to more products from CodeFuzion.
[Version 1.4]


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sabre45 commented on 05 Dec 2005
I am disappointed with the user interface on this app. The window is not resizable - badly needed. Using the tab key causes the curser to jump several fields.

MacUpdate calls this "free" while the author says it's $15 shareware. Worst of all to me - the pop up every seven minutes telling you to check the web site for a newer version coming out soon. To me that makes this "persterware."

I'll check back later to see if it has improved...
[Version 0.1.2]

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Mark Briscoe (developer) replied on 06 Dec 2005
The Tab issue and a couple of other things has been fixed in version 0.1.3 . iSafe is free, there was a mistake when it was published which has now been corrected.
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Downloads:10,936
Version Downloads:5,546
Type:Utilities : Security
License:Free
Date:22 Dec 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iSafe allows you to keep your credit card numbers, bank account information, software serial numbers, Web based usernames and passwords and more all in one convenient place. You can also safely type and encrypt text documents from within iSafe or encrypt documents already stored on your hard drive to prevent prying eyes from reading your personal information kept on your computer.


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