Password Repository is a secure password manager for the Mac. It allows you to keep your accounts information in a single location which is protected by a master password. You can add as many accounts as you want and you can even arrange them in different categories.
For each account that is added, you can type in an URL, account, user ID, password, e-mail and a note. There are buttons that take you directly to the URL that you have added and that copy the user ID or password to the clipboard so that you don't have to type it in. And this is good, but it would be better if this application had integration with web browsers.
Once you have a few passwords added and they fill your screen, you will be glad that Password Recovery lets you sort them by any of the fields that you added to your accounts, and you can also use the search function.
This app also comes with a password generator. It allows you to specify the length of the password and what characters you want to include, and the tool will randomly generate a password for you and tell you how strong it is in a scale of 1 to 10.
All in all, this app is nice, and it is very easy to use. It can encrypt your database and generate passwords for you. It also makes it easy for you to copy your passwords or user IDs, but it has no browser integration, which is a must for me in apps like this.