EldoS Corporation is proud to present a new, revamped version of its KeyLord product. A simple password manager, is not simple at all. Master passwords are not secure, additional measures must be taken to protect your collection of very private information. And KeyLord offers such measures - in version 6 you can use X.509 certificates (often used to sign and encrypt e-mail, as well as for SSL/TLS security) instead of the master password.
The benefit of certificates is that you can keep them on hardware devices (USB tokens and smartcards), thus increasing your security. Hardware devices provide 1.5-factor authentication: to use the private key and decrypt your password list you need to have a device and know its password (or maybe even additional authentication mechanisms).
Also KeyLord supports multiple protection and authentication mechanisms to the password list, allowing you to share the password file with a family (eg. for backup access) without revealing your current passphrase.
With KeyLord you don't need to deal with a raw list of data records -- you can organize them in many ways via the hierarchical structure.
KeyLord is currently available for Windows, and versions for MacOS X, and Android and iOS devices are in development.
Regular password-based version of KeyLord is completely free to use. Professional version with X.509 certificate support is available for the introductory price of $19.
Pick your copy of KeyLord on the KeyLord download page.