is a Password Manager that allows you to access all your passwords, on all your web enabled devices whether you are connected to the Internet or not.
is free to use, open source, free from app stores and compatible with most modern devices (computers, tablets, phones).
is different to other password managers because everything you require is contained in the HTML file you are reading right now.
Security EveryPass uses AES 256 bit encryption to store your data, this is a very strong form of encryption. EveryPass uses your browser as the execution environment, you probably use your browser for your banking too. EveryPass does not store your data on a server, it saves it to the device you are using. If you lose your password, it can not be recovered. Providing high quality security tools is very difficult and like other tools EveryPass has known weaknesses. For more information please see the website. Add new password entry Find the blank entry form at the bottom of the page, you may need to scroll down. Type what the password is for in the "New password for..." box, e.g. my.emailserver.com Type in the username and password details in the like named boxes. Optionally, provide additional information, such as question and answer challenge for password recovery in the Additional Information boxes. Click the Add button to add the password to your password list. Remove a password entry Click the Del button on the entry you don't want anymore. Save your passwords At the bottom of the screen type in a password to protect all your other passwords. Remember, this one keeps ALL your other passwords safe so it should be a strong password. Optionally, provide a hint for yourself. Keeping in mind the point above, don't make it obvious. Hit the Encrypt button. This will encrypt all your passwords and package everything neatly into a single HTML file. You can save it to your local disc or perhaps a cloud service. You should avoid overwriting the previous copy of EveryPass, so if something goes wrong you can recover from the previous file. View your passwords To view your passwords, simply open the EveryPass file in a web browser and provide your master password. Each entry has a Show button, click it to view your secrets. Import It is possible to use this copy of EveryPass to import data from another EveryPass copy into this one. Click the Import button in the top right corner. Provide a password for the imported file. Passwords from the imported file will be appended to your current file's password list Importing also provides a secure way of accessing an EveryPass file you suspect has been tampered with. Search The search box at the top of the page searches in all the input boxes of each entry. If a single entry is found, it will automatically open for you.