With the number of available online tools and services, you'll be probably creating a couple of new usernames and personal profiles everyday. The question is, are you sure you remember al those passwords?
If your memory is already crammed with usernames, logins, password and the likes, you definitely need a password manager like Password Dragon. This simple tool takes care of all your passwords, enabling you to save them all in a safe, categorized database. Plus, being a Java-based app, you can run it on any operating system and even take it with you in a USB memory stick. Then, whenever you need you use your passwords, simply run the program and select the one you want.
To be honest, Password Dragon is possibly not the nicest app you've ever seen in terms of graphic design. Its interface supports skins but as any other Java tool, design is not the strongest point in this program. However Password Dragon does make up for it by presenting a really handy tool with a wide array of options to manage and protect your passwords.
You'll be able to create a complete entry for each of your passwords, including a password strength indicator and also a password generator in case you run out of ideas. The database is then encrypted and protected by one single, master password – the only one you'll need to remember from now on. The program also includes support to export and import your database.
Password Dragon lets you manage all your passwords in a straightforward –though somewhat dull – interface. It includes interesting extra tools such as a password strength measurer and a password generator.