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Project Summary

Universal Password Manager (UPM) allows you to store usernames, passwords, URLs and generic notes in an encrypted database protected by one master password. It’s three strongest features are…

* it’s simplicity - it provides a small number of very strong features with no clutter
* cross platform - UPM is written in Java so it can run on Windows, Mac OS X & Linux (among others). Both Windows and Mac OS X native feeling versions are available.
* database sharing - This feature is particularly useful. Rather than trying to manually maintain several copies of the same database in multiple locations (at home and at work for example) this feature allows you store your database at a remote location

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androidapplication linux macosx password passwordmanager security windows

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30 Day Summary

Jan 21 2018 — Feb 20 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 20 2017 — Feb 20 2018
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