Password List
Password List
2.0.1

3.0

Password List free download for Mac

Password List

2.0.1
16 September 2015

Password manager.

Overview

Password List is a document-based password manager. Create individual documents for different purposes and store them where you want. Each document is encrypted and can only be unlocked with your password.

Flexible
Password List has input fields for title, password, username, and notes. You can store any textual information in the notes field and structure it the way you like.

Productive
Quickly find specific entries with search. The document is filtered while you type. To copy a username or password, simply click on the corresponding symbol in the overview. Easily generate secure passwords and define which characters you want to include.

Secure
Password List uses authenticated 256-bit AES encryption. Encrypted information is only decrypted when necessary. Passwords and notes stay encrypted even when you unlock a document.

What's new in Password List

Version 2.0.1:
  • [Fixed] A bug that crashed the app after the predefined auto-lock time when closing a window.

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1 Password List Reviews

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CDavid
27 August 2015

Most helpful

Useless app. Well, at least for me. Most of my passwords are stored in Keychain and I don't think I will ever let a third-party application store such things as usernames and passwords. Be careful!
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Version 2.0
CDavid
27 August 2015
Useless app. Well, at least for me. Most of my passwords are stored in Keychain and I don't think I will ever let a third-party application store such things as usernames and passwords. Be careful!
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Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
infoplanic
infoplanic
29 August 2015
Hi CDavid,

I'm Ian, and I'm the developer of Password List.

I'm sorry to hear that you find the app useless. The Keychain is a convenient option to store your passwords, but security flaws have been discovered: http://www.macrumors.com/2015/06/17/ios-osx-cross-app-keychain-security-flaw/. In addition to that, it is difficult to move your passwords from one computer to another if you keep them in Keychain only.

I can understand your privacy concern. infoplanic has absolutely no interest in stealing user credentials. The user chooses where his data is stored. We do not have access to any user data. Everything is securely encrypted and can only be decrypted with the user defined password. I will soon share more information about the technical details on our website.
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