Fort

Fort is more than just a password manager for Windows. Fort protects your digital identity by storing passwords, credit card numbers and notes behind a single password. Everything is encrypted behind one password and everything you type in Fort will stay in Fort.
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79 votes Vote

allow me to carry encrypted data on a portable device to use anywhere

grage, 16.05.2012, 08:12
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45 votes Vote

add cloud support

grage, 16.05.2012, 08:11
3 comments
35 votes Vote

support other platforms viz. android, symbian, iOS etc

grage, 16.05.2012, 08:14
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19 votes Vote

add a search option to easily locate information from notes and credentials

grage, 16.05.2012, 08:20
1 comment
18 votes Vote

allow option to transfer encrypted passwords between multiple computers

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Niko, 16.05.2012
This feature is coming in Fort 4.5.
Dmitri, 16.05.2012, 10:25
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15 votes Vote

Include add-ons for storing Application and Game registration codes as well as a search engine for locating specific password/registration/notes.

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Niko, 16.05.2012
I did schedule this feature for future version of Fort. Probably not for the next version(will be released in June), but for a later version. Sometime in August/September.
Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:12
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15 votes Vote

Include links to video tutorials on the help document.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:24
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14 votes Vote

develop an android version and allow sync

laurel, 16.05.2012, 08:05
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11 votes Vote

Add support for Mobile devices and all browsers for example Opera, Safari and Waterfox.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:10
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11 votes Vote

Reduce the price to $19.99 or include lifetime free upgrades for the listed price.

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
Fort is now available for 29.90$ with free lifetime updates.
Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:48
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10 votes Vote

Make a portable version so that I can carry all of my passwords encrypted on a pen drive.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:11
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9 votes Vote

Be able to import passwords from other password protectors such as Last Pass and Sticky password

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:09
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8 votes Vote

Include the option to store my passwords on a cloud based storage facility as well; this would probably require better encryption than just a master password.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:09
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8 votes Vote

Include a method for unlocking Fort if the master password is locked, for example be able to recover the password via email.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:50
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7 votes Vote

Add a tick button where I can show / reveal my asterisk password on password input GUI.

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
I will do this for the next version of Fort.
henry, 16.05.2012, 09:29
1 comment
7 votes Vote

Add Import and Export Feature to a file for backup purpose.

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
This is currently in development. Coming in Fort 4.5 sometime in June.
henry, 16.05.2012, 09:39
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7 votes Vote

Include a secondary and tertiary layer of password protection that can be disables if you don't want it. This would be especially important if a portable version was created.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:13
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6 votes Vote

Improve the look of the GUI. It looks rther palin and old. Enable users to choose from several skins and include access to a color picker so that users can at least colorize the user interface. :)

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:26
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5 votes Vote

Add a security question and answer feature besides having a 'forget password' feature.

henry, 16.05.2012, 09:32
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5 votes Vote

Add a manual input preferable in seconds and minute for Auto lock feature

henry, 16.05.2012, 09:36
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1 vote Vote

add a notes field when adding credentials or be able to link a note object to a credential

I store my security questions, registration codes and other useful information with my IDs and passwords.
Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
Really good idea. I will implement something like this for the future version of Fort.
rrjjkramer, 16.05.2012, 16:11
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1 vote Vote

Be able to store passwords for all computers on my home network via the main computer, or accessible via any computer on the home network with only one copy of the program installed.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:11
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1 vote Vote

Be able to copy passwords from documents such as word, wordpad, notebook and other well known office documents such as Open Libre and Kingsoft Writer. As well as print my stored passwords to any document.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:12
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1 vote Vote

Simple tool but lacks alot of features that free software like keepass has out of the box.

Nick, 16.05.2012, 08:23
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1 vote Vote

Include the ability to scan the registry for registration codes and passwords. These could be stored in a protected database.

Whiterabbit-uk, 16.05.2012, 08:28
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1 vote Vote

add mobile versions

Since people tend to use several different devices, it would be useful to have versions for Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, Android, iPhone, ... and support synchronization between these devices.
Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
This idea is under consideration. It's been for a while. I will most likely develop at least Windows Phone client.
Kevin Stock, 16.05.2012, 08:36
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1 vote Vote

Allow you to create you own categories or folders

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
This feature is also coming in the future release of Fort.
paleman, 16.05.2012, 12:36
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0 votes Vote

generate passwords

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
Fort can already generate passwords for you. However, the feature is bit hidden at the moment and will be "more available" in Fort 4.5.
Barry, 16.05.2012, 10:58
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0 votes Vote

Support XP sp3

denis morrow, 16.05.2012, 10:41
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0 votes Vote

this should be compatible with Windows 7 (it implies that it is but it won't work)

Response from the site administrator
Niko, 16.05.2012
Hmm. It is compatitle with Windows 7. Both 32bit and 64bit. In fact I'm developing it on Windows 7 SP1.

Would be possible for you to send me an email and explain how it does not work? Do you have service pack 1 installed? (It should not be necessary thought)
DavetteB, 16.05.2012, 10:44
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