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Datum Locker v0.1.3

Freeware
Vista / Win7 / WinXP
Datum Locker is a very nice freeware password manager that stores your login credentials securely behind a master password.

Datum Locker operates on a timer thus monitoring when the application becomes idle, such a time will result in the application locking and docking on to the system tray.

Key Features:
  • Auto dock next to system clock on lock down and pop-up via click
  • Backend data structure resides in memory encrypted resultant from user defined key
  • Configurable time-span interval for self locking mechanism and clipboard pruning
  • Copy credential fields into memory temporarily and jump to URLs for quick web logins
  • Folder filters to divide datum entries
  • Importing and exporting of datum collection functionality
  • Nullox's linearistic distance cryptographic algorithm (LDC)
  • Password generation for uppercase, lowercase, numeric and symbolic characters
  • Random and omitted character semantics for any intruder with a mismatched key
  • Sort datums by title and creation date/time
  • Support for unicode (other non-latin alphabets)


Screenshots:

Datum Locker v0.1.3

Keywords:
datum locker password managers password database

License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 16 Jul 2014
Downloads 1
File size 643.50 kB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English
Operating systems Vista / Win7 / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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