These days it seems that virtually every website you visit has a login for access. Add to this, all of your software serial numbers and any other information you need to keep in written notes and the challenge becomes, ‘where do you keep all of these details?’
Do you have to use the same easy-to-guess password for everything so that you’ll remember? Do you write all this stuff down in a notebook and keep it next to your computer where anyone can browse through it or worse steal it? Because we also have these same issues, we decided to write a little application to help out and we called it Bank-Notes.
Bank-Notes is designed to keep all your internet Passwords, Usernames, Login details, Serial numbers, in fact any important written information in a Password protected, searchable, encrypted Database file, safely stored on your own computer.
Using Bank-Notes, you’ll easily be able to find any of these details whenever you need them and more importantly, you’ll be the only person who will be able to access them (unless you give your password to someone else).
Bank-Notes also includes a built-in Password/Passkey generator which gives you a quick random Passkey using 4, 6, 8, 10 or 16 numbers, letters and punctuation (you can exclude the punctuation if not required). Very useful when you sign-up to a new site or if want to exchange your existing Password for a different one. You can easily generate a very strong random Passkey during this process and keep all of these new details in your Bank-Notes Database file.
Bank-Notes has search built right in, so you can quickly and easily find the information you are looking for, and once you’ve found it, you can optionally Command click in the Title/URL, User Name or Password fields to copy the data and paste it where it’s needed.
Here’s a few screen shots (click to enlarge)…
From left to right above:  The main Bank-Notes window, showing the list of notes on the left and the details for the selected note on the right.  The Random Key Generator in action.  Use Shade to quickly lock your information away from prying eyes while keeping the application available.  Bank-Notes Preference options.
Bank-Notes Security Explained
In order to keep your details safe, Bank-Notes creates and uses an AES Encrypted SQL Database file. You are asked to create and name this file when you first run the Bank-Notes application. You can create as many of these database files as you need. However, for security, Bank-Notes will only allow you to access one of them at a time. Bank-Notes will automatically encrypt your database file whenever you Lock (Shade) or Close the Bank-Notes window and the Bank-Notes database file is also automatically encrypted when the application is Quit.
Legal: Always keep a backup of your data. SPACE Software can not accept any responsibility for the safety, security or integrity of the data contained in your Bank-Notes Database files. SPACE Software has no knowledge of or access to the Password(s) you will create to access your Bank-Notes data files. This means if you should loose or forget this information, we will not be able to help you recover the data contained in your Database file(s). If you decide to purchase and use the Bank-Notes application, you understand and agree that SPACE Software will not reimburse you for any loss or damages which may arise from your use of this software now or in the future.
Intel, Mac OS X 10.8 or later – Compatible with Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan and Sierra.
Bank-Notes is only £3.00
Once you complete your order through PayPal, we’ll send you an email with a link to download the application straight away.