Securely store passwords and notes. Datum Locker is a free Windows program that provides you with an encrypted database in which to securely store login data or simple notes. You won’t be told if you type the incorrect password – Datum opens regardless of which password you type – but you’ll only actually see your data if you type the same password as usual.
Datum is simple at first glance, but that’s because of what it is – an easy-to-use repository of information you’d like to keep secure. Create folders in which to store logins or notes – the two types of information Datum treats as distinct. Logins leave room for a name, username, password and URL. It also offers a few features you’d expect from a password management service, such as generating passwords – though the passwords created leave a lot to be desired in terms of security.
Notes are a little simpler – just type a name, then type your note. This could be anything from a logged phone call to a list of PIN numbers – anything you think should be stored securely. You can create as many folders and notes as you like, but keep things organized or you’ll never find anything.
It’s a strictly local app – look elsewhere for cloud integration. But if you’re looking for a simple way to encrypt login information and other notes, it might be a good fit for you.
- Windows app for secure, local storage of information.
- Encrypted repository for passwords and notes.
- Gives you a place to quickly save user data and/or notes.
- Perfect for businesses, or anyone who wants a secure place for certain information.
- Requires .NET.
- Similar: Keepass, SafeWallet, Datalocker, Crypo.
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