Macs come with the Keychain management system to save all your passwords and secret notes. Pastor is a similar sort of program which you can get for free.
The program lets you store any sort of information such as passwords, private links, logins, serial numbers or secret notes to yourself.
The program may be a little counter-intuitive, as it lacks any guidance the first time you start it up, but is actually very easy to use.
From the Pastor interface, select 'new entry' then enter all the relevant information including name, url and any password.
Pastor has an inbuilt password generator, which you can use to see if your protecting the entry well. Once you're satisfied with the password chosen just lock the entry via the button in Pastor's menu bar.
I would suggest trying out Pastor if you're not totally convinced by Keychain and are looking for an alternate application for storing your passwords and not spend a penny.
- New: Show number of characters left in Notes field (b1)
- New: 256 x 256 pixel icon added (b1)
- Change: URL textfield re-arranged (b1)
- Change: Unlock new document by default and on application startup (b1)
- Change: More descriptive text in dialog boxes (b1)
- Change: Refinements in ToolTip help (b1)
- Change: Password Generator defaults to alphanumeric with 14 characters (b1)
- Change: Find-As-You-Type now searches for whole words and not just fragments (b2)
- Change: Minor interface refinements (b3)
- Recompiled under Mac OS X 10.6.6 (10J567)