Password Gorilla 1.4 Description:
Password Gorilla is a password manager that stores your login information, sorted by groups, in a blowfish-encrypted file, protected by a master password. Many internet services require you to "log in." You choose a user name and a password, in combination called a "login," that authenticate you to the service. Over time, managing a plethora of logins becomes near impossible. Few people can remember more than a handful of passwords. This inevitably leads to either a proverbial yellow sticker on your desk, with all the passwords written down, or to the reuse of the same few passwords over and over again. Neither approach is very secure. In the first case, a co-worker could spy on your passwords, in the second, if an attacker manages to guess or intercept your passwords, many of the services you use can be accessed.