Web Confidential

Developer: Alco Blom

Current Version: 4.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 3 MB - Download


Where do you keep your confidential data? Like most people these days, you've probably got a growing number of user IDs, passwords, registration keys, PIN codes, serial numbers, and the like, stored in various places on your computer or scribbled on miscellaneous pieces of paper around your home or office. When you stop and think about it, you probably have more of these pesky bits of information scattered about than you realize.

Web Confidential uses an intuitive, easy-to-use cardfile metaphor which will enable even novice users to get up to speed in no time. Power users will find a large number of options to enable them to configure Web Confidential to meet their specific needs.

Web Confidential gives you access to your passwords from the Mac OS X Dock. When you need access to a user ID and password, a handy floating utility window shows all the information you might need about your password.

Web Confidential can of course also create and generate passwords for you.

Dropbox is supported : you can store your password file in your Dropbox folder so that you can access it from multiple Macs.

Last but not least, Web Confidential permits you to encrypt your password files, protecting this sensitive information from prying eyes, using the state-of-the-art Blowfish algorithm. The Blowfish algorithm was first published in 1994, and has been proven extremely resilient to cracking. No known successful cryptanalysis against Blowfish exists.


Release Notes:

- added support for Retina displays
- added 1024x1024 application icon


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 4.2
Review by JimBobPrime

Great Stuff - I believe that this software started out as being “ShareWare”. How old do you have to be to remember when software programs, yes that is what they are called, were free. The Internet was called the W.orld W.ide W.ait. God, remember the duplex modem, baud rates the BBS?The programmer relied upon good will of the user to send him/her some money. Lots of honest people did just that and showed the programmer their apreciation and how much they valued their work. Good times. So I have been using this program for many years and often have sent emails requesting an update. After all the Macintosh SE is long gone and I’ve got iPhones and iPads now. Now I am looking forward to migrating all my passwords out of my computer and into a secure removable program.

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