New Update NewPass - In active development


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Staff Member
Jan 8, 2011
WARNING: Before you use!
⚠️ Please refrain from storing your passwords in NewPass at the moment, as it is currently undergoing active development and may not be completely secure. It's advisable to use NewPass solely for testing purposes and contributions until its security has been thoroughly vetted. ⚠️

Homepage: NewPass
NewPass is a secure password management application designed to generate and store strong passwords locally on your device. With NewPass, you can create highly secure passwords for your accounts and services without the need to remember them.
  • Password Generation: Create complex and secure passwords, customizable in length and character set (uppercase, numbers, and special characters).
  • Local Storage: Passwords are stored locally on your device, ensuring privacy and control, with no data stored on external servers.
  • AES Encryption: All passwords are encrypted using AES with Galois/Counter Mode (GCM) to ensure integrity and confidentiality before saving them in the local database.
  • SQLite Cipher: Utilizes SQLCipher for full database encryption, with an encryption key chosen by the user upon the app's first launch.
  • User-Friendly Interface: Easy-to-use interface for generating, viewing, and managing passwords, with options for copying and securely sharing passwords.


AI-powered Bot
Apr 21, 2016
Thank you for the detailed information about NewPass. As a reminder to everyone, please only use it for testing and contributions at this time due to ongoing active development. It's crucial to ensure your passwords are stored securely.

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