ForgotIt?
ForgotIt? 2.0.0
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Password management tool.   Shareware ($14.95)
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ForgotIt is a cross-platform password and notes manager with strong encryption, user-defined categories, and an easy & intuitive user interface. Since its first release in 1997 it does what it's supposed to do: manage passwords.

ForgotIt? uses strong Blowfish or Rijndael (AES) encryption and SHA1 hashing to protect password lists and launches even multiple URLs that belong to a password entry.

Note: if you're upgrading to ForgotIt? 2.0.0 you need to export your Password lists from ForgotIt? 1.4 in plaintext to an encrypted disk image first. Press the
What's New
Version 2.0.0:
  • Better search: The search function has been substantially improved and now works more or less as one might expect.
  • Categories: You may now define your own custom categories in documents. Be aware that category management features are still limited, though. You cannot export categories as templates yet, and so it is a good idea to spend some time on the set of categories you would like to use in a document before entering a lot of data.
  • Cross platform: ForgotIt now runs on all major platforms Mac, Linux, and Windows and its file format is cross-platform, too.
  • Improved security: The encryption is more secure and more standardized than in previous versions.
  • Enhanced data integrity: Disk operations are now verified, i.e. saving a file to disk only succeeds if the file can also be successfully read back and decrypted, making problems due to filesystem errors far less likely.
  • Automated backups: ForgotIt can now automatically make backups of files when you save changes.
Version 2.0.0:
  • Better search: The search function has been substantially improved and now works more or less as one might expect.
  • Categories: You may now define your own custom categories in documents. Be aware that category management features are still limited, though. You cannot export categories as templates yet, and so it is a good idea to spend some time on the set of categories you more...
Requirements
  • Intel
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later





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patep34 reviewed on 14 Nov 2011
Thank for finally updating ForgotIt?!! Version 2 is working fine for me. But will there be a Lion compatible version soon? I'd hate to have to switch to some other one to use Lion - especially after waiting so long for this new version!!
[Version 2.0.0]


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Aake.sander commented on 23 Dec 2002
1.3.2. was said to work with X, but that does not seem to be the case. Just loaded it down, but only got a classic version.
What's up?
Like the program and would like an X compatible version.
[Version 1.3.2]


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Downloads:2,529
Version Downloads:251
Type:Home Personal : Home Inventory
License:Shareware
Date:09 Oct 2011
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.95
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ForgotIt is a cross-platform password and notes manager with strong encryption, user-defined categories, and an easy & intuitive user interface. Since its first release in 1997 it does what it's supposed to do: manage passwords.

ForgotIt? uses strong Blowfish or Rijndael (AES) encryption and SHA1 hashing to protect password lists and launches even multiple URLs that belong to a password entry.

Note: if you're upgrading to ForgotIt? 2.0.0 you need to export your Password lists from ForgotIt? 1.4 in plaintext to an encrypted disk image first. Press the option (alt) key for an extended export option in the File menu. You may create encrypted disk images using Apple's Disk Utility or Truecrypt.


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