Major update to the password and URL management tool includes Mac OS 9+
keychain access, printing of password lists, enhanced security, an access
log and support for external encryption schemes

BERLIN, GERMANY – March 1st, 2000 – Shareware author Erich H Rast is
pleased to announce the release of version 1.2 of his password management
tool ForgotIt?. The tool is an easy-to-use multi-document application for
managing passwords and Internet addresses. It uses strong Blowfish
encryption and SHA1 hashing to protect password lists and launches even
multiple URLs that belong to a password entry. More features are:

– alphabetize password lists
– export password lists as Base64 encoded text files
– friendly user-interface
– full balloon help
– online documentation (also available for download)
– drag&drop support

Version 1.2 adds the following new features:

– basic keychain access
– support for external encryption schemes
– completely revised and updated documentation
– an access log to keep track of trials to access password lists
– printing password lists with footer and header line
– exporting the password lists as tab-cr delimited cleartext file
– optional built-in RC4 encryption (128 bit key)
– improved secure hashing using SHA1 algorithm
– security reminder alerts that warn before insecure actions
– preferences dialog to adjust various settings

According to the author, the 68k version of release 1.2 is in work and will
be published soon. There’s also a German localized version that will be
published as soon as the extensive documentation has been translated.

ForgotIt? 1.2 PPC is available for download as a self-extracting archive in
Macbinary or Binhex format at: (PowerMacintosh) (PowerMacintosh)

Additional information about the application can be found at the
ForgotIt? Homepage at: