Customizable installation procedure
The setup pack includes Windows Explorer integration, add-ons for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, along with a virtual keyboard to prevent keyloggers from getting recording your passkeys. Plus, the app offers to automatically run at system startup.
Create password lists with multiple entries
The modern interface is based on a clean and professional-looking window. A master password must be assigned to the database, after which you can start building multiple password list files. For each file you can add new as many entries as you want by specifying a description, date of last modification, type, date of expiration, username and URL.
Manage data and resort to handy tools
They can be placed into groups, added to a favorites list for quick access, and sorted by various criteria. A search function is also available. Furthermore, Password Depot supports a backup and restore feature for the entire database, autocomplete mode when surfing the web, a password cleaner for old, large or unused keys, and more.
Configure program options
Numerous options are up for customization. For instance, you can switch to a different language and theme for the UI, reconfigure keyboard shortcuts, specify the default expiration date for passwords, pick the default web browsers, and disable warnings, among others.
Evaluation and conclusion
The comprehensive tool runs on low CPU and significant memory, and it sometimes takes a while to carry out user commands. However, we have not come across any major issues in our tests. In the end, Password Depot Professional proves to be a reliable piece of software for safely storing and managing multipurpose passwords, and it is mostly geared toward advanced PC users.