PINs, secure passwords manager

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PINs is a free feature-rich Windows program for safe and comfortable storing of any secure information like passwords, accounts, PINs etc. PINs uses a secure 448 bit Blowfish algorithm to ensure the data are not crackable. The password used for securing access to stored data is not saved anywhere.

PINs does not require installation and does not need any special dlls, drivers or system files which can mess up your system. This means that PINs can run directly from floppy - including data files - without installing anything. This is extremely useful if you wish to easily access your data on other computers as well.

PINs is OSI Certified Open Source Software. It's freeware, but your donations are gladly accepted.

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Current version:, 19 Mar 2003 
Platform: any 32-bit Windows (including XP)
  v.4.50 as Setup (recommended): site 1, site 2 (689 KB)
  v.4.50 as ZIP file: site 1, site 2 (689 KB) Be sure to unpack internal "Lang" subfolder!
  Up-to-date languages pack:  (174 KB, 25 Mar 2003)

MD5 checksum  (checksum of the PINs.exe executable, NOT of the setup file!)
PINs.exe E83A28DCB4F653F3189B520F16025C7B
PINs.exe E8672F74EBC4CD91639832FC88A40D51
PINs.exe 34D17A73B95FDFA2735139AE1280E61F

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Available language versions

I'd appreciate your help in translating the program to other languages!

Some user comments

"I just installed your program on an USB drive. The unit is about the size of my thumb and simply needs an USB port to connect. This device makes a good tool to carry all my password information with me. Very cool idea."
    - John Willard

"I have just downloaded your program and am beginning to try it out. What a superb tool. It is so intuitive and clean. Thanks for making such a wonderful piece of software freely available."
    - Martin Hagget

"I just spent a few hours trying out several password managers, among them, ***, ***, ***, ***, and PINs 40. I have come to the conclusion that PINs is the best utility of its type that can be found. PINs' intuitive directory-tree structure, ability to import/export to a text file, and the ease of connecting to accounts with WWW links puts PINs above all the rest. Thank you for a great utility!"
   - Robert Steele

"Thanks for this really neat, fast, little program. I take a copy with me (on a floppy) whenever I travel and then use it on any computer available. At last count, I have 94 passwords, and since most of them are randomly-generated alpha numeric, upper and lower case, there is no way that I could remember any of them. It is very nice that such capable freeware is available."
    - Thom E. Mitchell

"VERY nice program! I was searching the net for a password management program and I found yours. I must tell it is the best freeware password management program I found."
    - Rayen Riedel

Thank you for your password program. It is small, fast, and very easy to use. One of the things that I particularly enjoy, is the fact that I can copy my PINs directory to a floppy, and take it with me when I am out of town.
    - Thom Mitchell

"I really like your wonderful small software, PINs. I have used it not just for PIN/password, I have used it for bookmark collector, email address book, phone book as well. All of these information can be put in one floppy diskette. It's really cool"
    - Yiling Cheng

"Love your program. I have tried several others and found them cumbersome."
Fisk Family

What's new in PINs, 19 Mar 2003 Beta RC1, 11 Mar 2003 Beta, 09 Sep 2002
v., 29 Jun 2002
v. Beta RC1, 24 Jun 2002
v., 18 Jun 2002
v., 07 Mar 2002
v. Beta 3, 03 Mar 2002
v. Beta 2, 17 Feb 2002
v. Beta 1, 25 Jan 2002
v., 22 Dec 2001-26 Feb 2002
v., 16 Dec 2001
v., 11 Oct 2001

DON'T FORGET YOUR PINs PASSWORD!  I won't be able to recover it for you (nobody will...)


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Last update: 25 Mar 2003