Web Confidential

Web Confidential 4.2

Web Confidential allows Web surfers to store URLs, user IDs, and passwords in one secure location.
 
4.2 (See all)

Web Confidential is a very robust password manager. It allows you to safely store all your passwords, web logins, e-mail account information, bank account information, and more in a single location, which can be encrypted using the popular Blowfish encryption algorithm.

The application's main window consists of a toolbar at the top and some space for your passwords at the bottom. There is a drop-down menu on the left of the toolbar. From there, you can choose the category where you want to save your passwords. Clicking on the "+" sign will launch a small window where you can enter the password or account that you want to save. Once added, it will be listed below.

You will definitely appreciate the sorting and searching features after you have added many passwords; especially since each category will ask you for different information. For example, if you add a WWW login, you will need to enter your user ID, password, and URL; whereas if you add credit cards, you will be asked to enter the expiration date number, pin code, etc.

I like that you can launch WWW forms and websites from the application itself. For instance, if you add your Facebook logins to the app, you can then click on the Action button and then on "Go" and Web Confidential will open a new tab in your browser and your login information will be displayed in a small window. You can even have the application attempt to enter the details automatically if you want.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • Encryption
  • You can launch websites from within the app
  • Search feature
  • Different categories available

Cons

  • I wasn't able to get the app to enter my username and password into web forms automatically
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