Keep It Secret! Keep It Safe! 0.19.2 reviewDownload
Keep It Secret! Keep It Safe! (KisKis) is an easy-to-use password manager written in JAVA
Keep It Secret! Keep It Safe! (KisKis) is an easy-to-use password manager written in JAVA. So it runs on any platform with an appropriate Java-Virtual-Machine available (Windows, Linux, Solaris, ...).
It allows the user to manage passwords for many different purposes such as
network or internet accounts, credit-card-pin-numbers and password-secured-files. The accounts can be grouped hierarchically within a tree structure.
Each account can be described by multiple attributes (user name, URL, ...) and comments. The history of each password change can be tracked. Users can define their own account templates. Multiple file-attachments can be added to each account.
All passwords are stored in a single XML-file encrypted by a single "master- password". The encryption algorithm suffices the OpenPGP-standard, so you can verify the implementation with GPG or PGP. That means: You don't just have to believe me that your secrets are kept safe.
New passwords can be generated automatically in two distinct ways. The first is a secure approach generating totally randomized passwords, the second generates much more readable passwords.
Java 1.4.2 or later
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