LockCrypt provides a central database to hold details of your website passwords, telephone numbers, credit card details, and other kind of difficult to remember information. People often write down this information and leave it where anyone can see. With LockCrypt, your data is only visible after you've entered a password.
LockCrypt works using an encrypted database file, but can also be set to connect to a MySQL server to store passwords. The advantage of this over synchronizing a database on multiple computers is that there's only one copy of the data, so there aren't multiple databases to keep in-sync.
LockCrypt can use either 256 bit AES or Twofish encryption to secure your data. This method is regarded as very secure by the cryptography industry. Whatever details you enter are for your eyes only, no one will be able to see them without first entering your password.
LockCrypt is available in different languages, including English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Slovenian, Russian, Georgian, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, French and Klingon. These were provided by native speakers to make LockCrypt fit in seemlessly around other programs.
Customisable Account Types
Each account can be assigned a type and an icon. This lets you fill in commonly used fields for that account type, and allows you to quickly identify it in the list.
Import and Export
LockCrypt can export to XML, CSV or plain text, enabling you to easily share your account data between applications. It can also import from XML files.
LockCrypt can automatically type data from accounts into other programs, enabling you to log in to virtually any application with a few clicks.
LockCrypt's Firefox extension allows integration with Mozilla's popular browser, Firefox, to automatically save and fill accounts. If you already have passwords saved in Firefox, LockCrypt lets you export them and keep them syncronized on a central server.
Windows Mobile and J2ME Versions
If you have a Windows Mobile phone or PDA, or a phone supporting J2ME, you can take LockCrypt with you wherever you go. LockCrypt Mobile offers a portable database, and you'll still need a password to access your data so it will remain safe even if your device is lost or stolen. LockCrypt J2ME runs on most Java capable phones and provides read-only access.
If you copy a field to the clipboard from LockCrypt, there's an option to erase it after a set amount of time. This is useful because if you move away from the keyboard, anyone would be free to paste your clipboard and see your password.
Free and Open Source
LockCrypt is free to use, and the source is available on CodePlex.
Easy to Use Interface
Drag and Drop is supported to help make re-arranging your accounts easy.
LockCrypt can print your account list enabling you to make a hard copy.