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DEC Password Tools 1.9
Author: DEC Stuff Submitted: 10th March, 2004 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 45

It's DEC Password Tools with a whole crapload of security features added.

Basically, the last version had no security features. This version, however, is very secure.

Here is what's new:
-Logon, now supports multiple users-
-Passwords to access passwords and password files are now encrypted and decrypted for use-
-There is an update screen now, though not functional in beta quite yet )-;

If you haven't figured it out yet, DEC Password Tools will help you manage all your passwords and such. I want to make it better though. Thats why I need your input. I kind of want to make it a security type program.

Please email me any bugs, ideas, fixes, ect. to

Also, please visit my website at:

Next version will include lots more, including! :
-a quick note tool that automatically encrypts and decrypts itself within the program-
-a working updater-
-Help files-
-More security features-
-options to backup password files at the click of a button-

Thanks again.

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Posted by Shen 12th March, 2004

You have a one in six chance of picking the right category for it
Posted by DEC Stuff 12th March, 2004

Okay, I *think* that has been fixed. Anyone else find a bug?
Posted by Crystal Clear (H.E.S) 13th March, 2004

Nice, but i dont really think you need the whole Encrytpion/Decryption and Login thing.
Posted by DEC Stuff 14th March, 2004

Well, the idea is going to be expanded on. It's not done yet. The login allows multiuser functionality and makes it so that only one user can view his files, versus the ability to download the program and being able to view them.
Posted by =FrAgGy9100= 15th March, 2004

Hahaah! Why i need this if i have got Password Keeper 1.9 Registered?
Posted by DEC Stuff 15th March, 2004

I don't even know what Password Keeper is. But, if you registered it you wasted your money!
Posted by Echisketch(PS) 1st April, 2004

I luv this prog!





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