Password Safe 3.11
Password Safe allows you to manage your old passwords and to easily and quickly generate, store, organize, retrieve, and use complex new passwords, using password policies that you control. Once stored, your user names and passwords are just a few clicks away.
Using Password Safe you can organize your passwords using your own customizable references - for example, by user ID, category, web site, or location. You can choose to store all your passwords in a single encrypted master password list (an encrypted password database), or use multiple databases to further organize your passwords (work and home, for example). And with its intuitive interface you will be up and running in minutes.
New Features for 3.11
 Add "Clear clipboard" item to tray icon context menu.
 Copy URL to clipboard added to menus (Ctrl+Alt+L).
 Add more shortcut keys to add/edit dialog.
 Give user access to Reports from View menu (only in the same directory
as current open database), since more information is being written there.
 Give user access to the Compare report from the Compare results dialog.
 New email action allowed in URL field. To be treated as email, the
data must be prefixed by the characters "mailto:". The data following
this corresponds to the '[mailto:]' standard RFC2368.
For example: "email@example.com?subject=PasswordSafe".
 Main toolbar can be customized via MS's standard dialog via right
click on this toolbar.
 Several entries may be "aliased" to a single entry, sharing its
password. See online help for details.
Changes to Existing Features in 3.11
 The Find function has been re-implemented as a toolbar at
bottom of application.
Button shortcuts: Ctrl+Alt+A = Advanced find,
Ctrl+Alt+S = toggle case Sensitivity, Ctrl+Alt+C = Clear find text
 Replaced additional key shortcuts for ExpandAll and CollapseAll
[introduced in rev. 1678] by toolbar buttons. Now there is only one set
(the original) of key shortcuts + toolbar buttons.
 The color of the application's system tray icon (when the
application is started and when there's no open database) is now user
configurable, fixing a visibility problem under Vista.
 Saved string preferences within the database header will not be delimited by
a doublequote if this character is part of the string variable. An arbitrary
symbol type character will be used in this case. If one cannot be found, the
string preference will not be saved in the database.
Bugs fixed in 3.11
 Non-unique uuids in database now handled correctly.
 Fix PWS taking a long time saving after XML Import into new DB by
using an extremely large number of hash iterations. Users who have imported
XML into a new database should export again and re-import after deleting the
 Users can now change an entry's password with passwords hidden.
 Copy for expired passwords no longer causes PWS crashes.
 All preferences stored within the database are now exported/imported
 All String preferences stored within the database are now
correctly read during database open.
 List View now correct after Group removed.
 Save of a new database is no longer required to export entries.
 Autotype now works correctly with '@' in German keyboards,
and non-English keyboards in general.
 Can new add/edit entries with long group names.
 Prevent mixed Unicode/ASCII report files and ensure Unicode reports
have BOM as some text editors insist!
 Disable Rename menu item in List View (only appropriate in Tree View).
 Disable Tray Minimize/Restore menu items if already Minimized/Visible.
 Ignore mouse right click not in Tree/List view area.
 Use the Confirm Delete message even when there is only one child.