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PasswordWallet4.8.10

28 June 2019

Securely store your usernames and passwords.

Overview

PasswordWallet stores all of your passwords and other private information in one, convenient location - because password confusion just isn't necessary!

Features:
  • Retrieve passwords quickly and effortlessly through PasswordWallet's tight-user interface
  • Access passwords, usernames and other private info. with a single 'master' password
  • Synchronize passwords from your Mac with your iPhone/iPod Touch, Palm compatible PDA or WindowsMobile device (software for Mac, iPhone/iPod Touch, Palm and WindowsMobile all sold separately)
  • Secure passwords with PasswordWallet's unique Auto-Typing technology
  • Enter multiple usernames and passwords across multiple Web pages through Auto-Typing feature
Security Measures:
  • PasswordWallet uses BlowFish encryption algorithm with 448-bit keys to protect your data
  • PasswordWallet copies passwords to the clipboard and automatically deletes them after they are pasted to keep your info safe
  • Your 'master' password can be kept in the Mac OS X keychain

What's new in PasswordWallet

Version 4.8.10:
  • More Dark Mode fixes

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40 Reviews of PasswordWallet

5
Davidr222
04 August 2012
Version: 4.7.0

Most helpful

I just want to comment on customer support. I needed a bit of help on a Saturday morning so I sent an email, not expecting a response at least until Monday. Instead I got a QUICK response followed by a very helpful exchange of several more emails. PasswordWallet customer support is the BEST!!
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Levelbest
16 October 2018
Version: 4.8.7
Does anyone know if the PasswordWallet developer is still around or not? I sent a pre-sales query to the developers contact address on August 2, 2018 and have I not heard any response. I re-sent the message just now in case it was caught in a spam filter. Also, the developers site has archives from 2007 up to March 2018. After that, nothing at all. Of primary importance of course is, does PasswordWallet work with Mojave? I am still with 1Password v6. If I go to Mojave 1 Password 6 is not going to work (fully). I won't subscribe to their new subscription model either. Hence my trying to see if PasswordWallet is still a going concern. But, this is mid October 2018, Mojave is out, and I need to hear from the developer of PasswordWallet or at lease be definitely told that it works on Mojave. This is one area I cannot afford to scrimp on. 1Password does sell a stand alone license at a relatively high cost. I want very much to replace 1Password but, I will have to get the upgrade if I want to move to Mojave. Which returns to my question, where is the PasswordWallet developer, and is PasswordWallet still a viable option with Mojave?
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5
Igreg
24 July 2018
Version: 4.8.7
Using for so many years I lost count. Works on my iMac, iPad, and iPhone. I stay away from 1Password because it integrates with browsers which probably just causes problem. I use PW for storing not just web passwords, but also credit card and system passwords. The only thing that is problematic is automatic entries, which doesn't always work right depending on the site. The button copy and paste feature works great every time.
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5
nerval
12 June 2018
Version: 4.8.7
I've used PasswordWallet, Seller: Selznick Scientific Software, LLC for more than a decade and really love this application. I use it every day, probably as much as any application on my computer.. It syncs between devices and stores passwords as well as other info, allows category groups, auto typing and is inexpensive. I recommend it highly.
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RunTime
21 June 2017
Version: 4.8.6
'OS X 10.10 or later'. Oh why!?
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5
wintermute
02 March 2015
Version: 4.8.1
This is the one of the few apps I constantly recommend to my clients. It is reliable-- I've never lost any data with it. It does a smart field by field comparison during synchronization if you also run it on other platforms, so if there is any conflict (maybe your internet service was offline and you updated the same entry differently on different devices) it smartly preserves both bits of data. It is secure-- it keeps everything encrypted under a master password using 448-bit key Blowfish encryption (which is very secure and allows for speed, light resource usage, as well as security.). It is robust-- I have almost 800 entries and it is still lightning quick to decrypt/open and synch. It is compact-- the database and interface do not contain unnecessary bloat; it takes up minimal screen real estate, drive space and resources. It is smart-- it is designed to accommodate any type of data, with or without categories, etc. and can even generate self-running web applets... so you can distribute a sub-set / separate encrypted database to give to clients or peers which doesn't even require the app to run. It doesn't utilize any plug-ins that can break with every browser update or cause instability or other issues. It is compatible--- it can synch with its iOS, Android and Windows counterparts. It is flexible-- the auto-typing feature can utilize special characters (definable through a small drop-down menu) to accommodate various website login formats (multiple page logins, etc.) It is fairly priced-- purchase the Mac app and the iOS app and both of these apps together still cost far less than the main Mac competitor alone. It works like a Password manager should. Oh, and Sanford, the creator, offers quick and friendly support. Highly recommended.
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ronaldpr
18 September 2014
Version: 4.7.4
The latest version appears to be 4.8.0. (Upgrade price $15.)
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5
Vodproter
14 June 2013
Version: 4.7.4
Still the best password app. Simple to use. Sync is easy with Mac, iPhone, iPad. Notes could be very long.
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4.5
krash1101
31 December 2012
Version: 4.7.2
Password wallet is a joy to work with. By far, its the simplest and easy program I have ever worked with. I have tried many password programs, most are expensive, hard to navigate and takes a lot of time to fill out. Ease of use is what I like the best about Password wallet. I think for 20 bucks, its not a bad deal.
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4.5
Penguirl
28 December 2012
Version: 4.7.2
I have been using Password Wallet for about ten years now, my only complaint is that it does not export in a format that would allow me to import it into other apps for Windows & Linux password managers. Other than that it is flawless at what it does.
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5
Davidr222
04 August 2012
Version: 4.7.0
I just want to comment on customer support. I needed a bit of help on a Saturday morning so I sent an email, not expecting a response at least until Monday. Instead I got a QUICK response followed by a very helpful exchange of several more emails. PasswordWallet customer support is the BEST!!
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4.5
Trance
22 October 2011
Version: 4.6.2
absolutely brilliant app, perfectly functional autofill logins, unlike the increasingly unreliable and buggy 1password, fair price too .....just ...really, really, needs an interface update ...especially those OS 9 icons in the app
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4
Me2
21 October 2011
Version: 4.6.2
Been trying out SplashID Safe on MBP, iPad and iPhone. Getting duplicates all the time. Any comparisons w/ this Password Wallet? I appreciate all the work these developers do, but, do want to use what fits best for me. Thank you. ME2
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5
Peternsteinmetz
26 August 2011
Version: 4.6.0
Easy to use and great syncing between devices. Developer provides outstanding support.
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Timmyb
12 June 2011
Version: 4.5.3
The interface buttons and icons could use some sprucing up.
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5
Craig42a
02 May 2011
Version: 4.5.3
Simple. Easy to use. Single window list vs. a more complicated interface. I like this better than the others out there. I have tried them all and own many of them including 1Password.
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4.5
DaytonMacGuy
15 February 2011
Version: 4.5.3
Great app for keeping passwords handy. Works on my Mac, iPhone & iPad and syncs them all.
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5
anonymous-camel-2414
11 March 2010
Version: 4.5
Simple, straightforward and functional. Been using this since 2001 and still love it.
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5
Amnesiac7
15 April 2009
Version: 4.4.6
I've been using PasswordWallet for the past 6-7 years. It is light. It is elegant. It is clean... It is perfect. I've tried other password manager apps that I've rec'd in software giveaways and bundles, but nothing beats PasswordWallet, and I always come back to it.
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5
Harold-Roeth,
09 April 2009
Version: 4.4.6
I noticed there is only one recent review of this excellent program so wanted to add my highly favorable comments for this useful and easy-to-use program. I especially like the ability to just click on an icon and have the program open the desired log-in web page and also give you a button to click on which then automatically fills in the user ID and password. I highly recommend this program.
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5
Peter-Sichel
11 March 2009
Version: 4.4.4
This is my favorite password manager and I've tried several. The focus is on storing and organizing your passwords (or other sensitive data), and a clever yet general way to have the program type them for you when needed. The work flow with Password wallet is to find the wallet item you want, and then press a button to copy or view the password, or take you to the corresponding website and type your username and password for you. Other password managers focus more on web browser integration, recognizing which password goes with the page you're currently browsing, but they trade-off some generality and simplicity as a result. PasswordWallet is simple, reliable, and gets the job done. The free iPhone version makes it convenient to keep your passwords or sensitive account numbers with you. I've recommended this to several clients and they always love it.
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Hank2
25 October 2008
Version: 4.3.5
Anyone know if it's possible to export from Web Confidential to this application? "Web Confidential for Palm OS is not available anymore and support has stopped." -- their Support reply after it corrupted and died on my Palm PDA and can't be fixed, apparently. Hosed. I sure don't want to retype all this data.
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5
anonymous-toucan-3397
29 June 2008
Version: 4.3.5
Fast (noticeable faster startup than info.xhead, even on a 2.4 Mhz Core Duo 2 MacBook with 4 GB RAM), unobtrusive, gets the job done, doesn't force you to use categories (Big plus!!), doesn't rely on wonky, not officially supported (by Apple) Input Managers.
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Turim
08 May 2008
Version: 4.3.5
hi developer! for now, i´ve read that you can access your passwords on an iPhone if you save them as bookmarks (or something like that), and access them on Safari on the phone. in the future, will you make a native app for iPhone which we can sync with our Macs? then i would buy this app for sure :-)
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knakzi
15 November 2007
Version: 4.3
Although it should according to the release notes this update does not accept my PW4 serialnumber.
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5
Sampler
04 October 2007
Version: 4.1
Amazingly auto-login capability Two features set Password Wallet 4.1 above a half-dozen other apps that I tried, including info.xhead and steel: 1. the auto-login capabilities. I would have bought Password Wallet for the auto-login feature alone. 2. sync to the Palm Others apps auto-type but work only in the simplest two-field setups, where the site places the focus in the login-id field and tabs automatically into the password field. Many sites don't do this. Some require two passwords or have the password and login-id on different pages. PW 4.0.1 easily handles these complicated web sites because you can insert metacharacters for TAB, PAUSE-RESUME and RETURN keys into the login sequence. You can then do everything with button pushes or keyboard shortcuts. You may need to experiment. For example, my wife and have two Verizon accounts and they need different sequences: 1st: TAB login-id PAUSE/RESUME password (Then push a GO Button) 2nd: TAB login-id PAUSE/RESUME TAB password RETURN For the Bank of America, the login-id and password are entered on separate pages and require: login-id RETURN PAUSE/RESUME password RETURN On the other hand, some sites are easy, for example: login-id password RETURN But you don't need to set up these meta-character sequences. There are buttons and shortcuts just to copy the login-id and password into the clipboard. There are other virtues, especially the easy ability to share data and to start new wallets with subsets of entries from existing ones. The updates adds refinements which make the app even more of a pleasure. Two subtle but welcome ones: now one can set keyboard focus to the 'find' box, so that one less tab is required. Also, there is an option to always open an entry in a new window rather then over the main window. I highly recommend this one.
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5
larsolsson
28 February 2007
Version: 4.0.3
This product is one which I use probably more than any other on either my Palm (an increasingly elderly Samsung SPH-i500) OR my desktop Mac. I originally purchased it some time ago because it was the only such password app at the time that I could find which would sync between PDA and Mac (have no idea if there are similar products for the Windoze folks, there probably are). With this latest release (4.0), the developer has totally re-written it in Cocoa, and the difference is significant. Quick, flexible drop-down menus, increased options for choosing labels for data fields, many other upgrades. But here's the kicker (for me), which puts PasswordWallet and its developer, Selznick Software, in another category altogether: When I upgraded, I upgraded the Palm App, as well, and was VERY excited about the new ability to click "open URL and copy username and password." This meant no more having to enter PW's password, cut and paste the password for whatever website I wanted to access, open up the browser manually, and then paste it into the appropriate field. PW4 does it all automatically. Except it didn't. Not on my PDA. Every time I tried, I got an error message that said browser couldn't be found (Blazer discontinued, using Novarra's nweb now). So I emailed the developer and mentioned my problem. We went back and forth over no less than six emails, with the end result being that he researched it, found the creator code for my Novarra browser, and sent me an updated (and unreleased, lucky me!) version specially modified for me to include my browser. PW4 now works perfectly, and I'm quite a happy camper. Yeah, I know, this is how customer service and tech support is SUPPOSED to work....but it almost never does. So rarely, in fact, that it's a (quite welcome) shock to get THIS kind of personal care and service out of the developer of a product. As I told the developer in my last email, he's got a customer for life!
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5
Idjster
28 February 2007
Version: 4.0.3
Password Wallet has evolved over the years into a true Mac app while retaining all of it's ease of use and usefulness. I use it all the time with my Palm TX (and have with other Palm PDAs I've had over the years) and it has always worked flawlessly. With so many passwords to remember, and the need to have them at remote computers, Password Wallet fits my needs perfectly. Nothing else I have tried has come close. I've been a user since the first releases and I can truly say that I've never had a second thought about using it. I particularly like the fact that numbers are red. A small thing, but something no one else seems to consider. A truly nice application, both for the Mac and the Palm.
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5
Igreg
23 December 2006
Version: 4.0
Finally looks like an OS X program. Clean, easy to use interface. The red colored numerical digits is very good, it is not hard to mistake some letters as numbers, this feature prevents that from happening. Even with all the automatic password features in web browsers etc. you would think this kind of thing is not useful, but you be surprised how often the password fields get screwed up on websites. If you haven't visited a site in a really long time you may find you have to re-enter the user and password, and this program makes it easy to find it. You might be able to find info in Keychain, but Password Wallet is easier to use. Making new passwords is also easier. Even if your happy with the way Keychain works, having this as backup is useful.
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Adrianb
21 December 2006
Version: 4.0
Finally, a new version! Very nice, been waiting a long time for this.
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3.5
Kong
13 January 2006
Version: 3.1.3
I have used version 2.x forever and a day with great satisfaction. A pity only that it has no real OS X look&feel: I'm dearly missing categories I can specify myself (e.g. like "Wallet" allows you), so I don't just have an endless list of entries. Adding colors to represent categories seems so much an OS 9-kind of a solution. The difference between versions 2.x and 3.x don't seem to be worth the upgrade-fee to me.
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Anonymous
24 August 2005
Version: 3.1.1
It's not true that this thing phones home with all your serials, is it? -- that's just a load of apophasis.
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Anonymous
26 May 2005
Version: 3.1
This is my choice for the password storage. I wish a date field was added as it is sorely needed for recording when I registered software and for other time related items.
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4.75
Anonymous
23 January 2005
Version: 3.0.6
Fast and Simple! Up and running with syncing to an OLD Sony Clie in moments! Outstanding!
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5
stereyoh
28 December 2004
Version: 3.0.6
This is the best password storage application that there is around!!! Don't mind the simple interface, we are talking about security!!!! Never had any problems at all, using it since some 2.X version.
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5
Anonymous
15 November 2004
Version: 3.0.6
I love this application. Period. Serious stuff.
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5
Anonymous
22 September 2004
Version: 3.0.5
Absolutely my favorite. Clean interface; many features that I use daily; ties into my Palm with my list. I love it! This new version fixed an icon behavior of the main app that I was getting tired of seeing.
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Anonymous
11 April 2004
Version: 3.0.2
“512-bit BlowFish encryption”? I read Schneiers papers about blowfish, and he says that his block cipher does only allow key sizes up to 448-bit. http://schneier.com/blowfish.html And what does “PasswordWallet” use for password hashing? SHA-512?
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5
Anonymous
08 April 2004
Version: 3.0
A longtime favorite of mine. Not a fancy GUI, but a very serious app. This version adds some needed features I was looking forward to seeing. Very clean, very efficient.
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5
Anonymous
21 May 2003
Version: 2.7.3
Very useful non-bloated program. It's great how easy this program is to use, and also very handy that it syncs with my visor edge (Palm OS).
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5
Anonymous
21 April 2003
Version: 2.7.3
I've tried them all and Password Wallet might not have the best looking interface (it doesn't), but when it comes to substance and real-life usability this program absolutely shines. Great features, rock solid, never crashed on me. Love it. You can also use it with its Palm complement application.
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