Universal Password Manager allows you to store all your passwords in one highly secure encrypted database. Its strengths are simplicity, portability and security (uses 128bit AES encryption). UPM is available on Android, Windows, OS X & Linux.
- Simplicity - it provides a small number of very strong features with no clutter
- Cross platform - UPM runs on Android, Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- Written in Java/SWING
- Shared password database
Installed and run without issue on Linux CentOS 6.5. Very nice, just what I wanted.
I like it very much I would like a contextual menu - copy,paste in the notes below the fields
Normally I am a KeePass user but I just got a MAC and was not able to get KeePass working on OSX. I exported my KeePass database to a CSV file imported it to UPM and I was done. Nice work! The goal is to get it working on Ubuntu (done), OSX (done) Windows and Android. If I get it working on all four I will make the transition. Is this Open Source?
Extremely useful, especially when combined with with Dropbox for synchronized use on PCs and Android devices. The interface is a little basic but it works.
Unable to get past the part where it asks for "Database to load on startup" on my mac. I already have a upm account on my android phone and sync via dropbox but I cannot access my db through my Mac. I am physically able to pull up the upm.db file but keep getting an error that says 'Invalid value for "minutes".' HELP!!!