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Downloads of v 2.7.10:
25 Jan 2019
- Maarten Billemont
Tags:MasterPassword password mpw security portable
2.7.10 | Updated: 25 Jan 2019
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This package was approved by moderator gep13 on 29 Jan 2019.
Master Password is a completely new way of thinking about passwords.
It consists of an algorithm that implements the core idea and applications for various platforms making the alogirthm available to users on a variety of devices and platforms.
Benefits of using Master Password:
- You don't need to think up a new strong password every time you make a new account - Master Password gives you the key for it.
- You don't need to try remembering a password you created two years ago for that one account - Master Password gives you the key for it.
- You don't need to try to keep password lists in sync or stored somewhere easily accessible - Master Password keys can be created anywhere.
- You don't need to trust that a service will be online and stay online - Master Password is availale everywhere, even offline.
- If you feel at risk of your device being stolen or confiscated, you can set a fake master password, delete my user or wipe it worry-free.
- You don't need to worry about your password manager website getting hacked, your phone getting duplicated, somebody taking a picture of your passwords book - Master Password stores no secrets.
Master Password users have no more passwords. They have a password. Their password is their single master key for unlocking all doors.
The details of how Master Password works are available here.
One, two, enter.
There are about three steps to using Master Password:
- Enter your master password.
- Enter the name of the site.
- View or copy/paste the generated (not stored!) password.
Log in or click on link to see number of positives.
- mpw.2.7.10.nupkg (4fc2c72508fc) - ## / 61
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Chocolatey Pro provides runtime protection from possible malware.
|MasterPassword Java-Gui 2.7.10||490||Friday, January 25, 2019||Approved|
|MasterPassword desktop/GUI 2.3||520||Friday, April 28, 2017||Approved|
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