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Windows (All Versions)
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Password Coffer – Securely Store your Passwords
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Passwords prevent unauthorized access to your online accounts; in this way, no one can access your email or Facebook account, for example. But what’s keeping that someone from viewing your passwords, assuming, of course, they’re stored on your computer? The Password Coffer application ensures that you have a secure environment where you can store your passwords so that no one but yourself has access to them.

The Password Coffer installation file is a lightweight 2.8MB in size, meaning you won’t spend much time on getting it onto your computer. You won’t spend much time installing the application either; that’s something you can do on top of any Windows edition, from Windows 2000 up to Windows 7. A straightforward setup wizard will take you through the installation process.

Before you can start using the secure password manager you must first create an account. The account will prevent others from accessing the information stored by Password Coffer. To set up the account you need only pick a username and type in a password (make sure you don’t choose an easily guessable one). There’s an option to automatically sign into your account when you launch Password Coffer, but if someone else has access to your computer, I advise you not to check the box next to “Auto sign in next time.”

Simplicity is the word that best describes the application’s interface. Starting from top to bottom, you will see a traditional File Menu, a bar with buttons for various Password Coffer functions, and a large pane that displays all the passwords you entered. Since this is the first time you use the application, that large pane is empty.

To add a password you need only hit the New button from the upper left hand corner. You will be then presented with a prompt that asks you to type in a Title, Username, Password, Website URL, and Notes. If seeing nothing but dots in the Password field is annoying, you can press the Reveal Password button from the bottom right hand corner. Once you’re done, the password will be displayed in the aforementioned large pane. Again, if you want to see the actual password, right click the entry in the list and select Reveal Password from the context menu.

Say you stored your Facebook username and password in Password Coffer. Go to Facebook.com and select the username box. Then launch Password Coffer and click the Fill In button. You will see that your username and password are automatically entered and you can access your Facebook account.

Not on Facebook? Click on the Visit button and Internet Explorer will launch and take you to the website you desire. Or, if you enter the website’s URL together with the “http://” part, you can click the URL and it will be opened with your default browser. In my case, when I click Visit, IE launches and takes me to my Facebook account. When I click the site’s URL directly, Firefox launches and takes me to my Facebook account.

To make sure you don’t lose your passwords, the application automatically backs them up. You will be prompted to enable the AutoBackup feature when you launch Password Coffer for the first time. If you want to, you can password protect the backup.

Password Coffer is only free to try. You have 20 days at your disposal to use the application for free.

Get the Password Coffer application to securely store your passwords and to have easy access to all your online accounts. Use it to store PINs, combinations, or credit card numbers as well.

You will spend little time downloading and installing Password Coffer. Setting up an account is a very straightforward matter. The same can be said about adding a password. There’s a handy Visit website and Fill IN function. If you include the http:// part, the URL becomes clickable; click it and your default browser will launch (click Visit and Internet Explorer will launch instead).

Free to use for 20 days. The URL becomes clickable only if you include http://. When you click Visit, the website opens in IE, not your default browser, and that’s annoying if you’re on Firefox, Chrome, or Opera.

You can download Password Coffer free here.
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Password Coffer Editor's Review Rating
Password Coffer has been reviewed by George Norman on 24 May 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Password Coffer 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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