Use Safe Place 1.0 for Mac OS X to store sensitive information securely

Mere Mortal Software today announced the immediate availability of Safe Place 1.0.

Safe Place is a Mac OS X shareware application designed to securely store passwords, credit card numbers, software registration numbers, or any other information that needs to be kept safe from prying eyes.

The Safe Place application comes preconfigured with seven common categories for storing software registration information, banking and credit card numbers, and Web and FTP site passwords. Users can change or delete these, and create an unlimited number of new categories. Each category can have from one to six custom fields. Any field can be set to store either a text value, password, URL or an email address.

Safe Place stores its data using industry-standard encryption algorithms and uses a user supplied password as the encryption key. The encrypted data can be viewed only by entering the same password that was used to encrypt the data.

Safe Place 1.0 is priced at just $10 for a single-user license. More information and a free 30-day trial version can be found here.

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