After releasing Password Wallet 1.1 on Friday, Selznick Scientific posted version 1.1.1 to their servers. There was apparently a problem with the posted 1.1 version, which has no been corrected. According to Selznick Scientific:
Six hours ago an expiring version of PasswordWallet was inadvertently posted to our web site within the 1.1 archive. To remedy this problem, version 1.1.1 is now available for download. We are terribly sorry for this inconvenience.
New to version 1.1.1:
Along with storing your passwords in a secure, BlowFish encrypted location, PasswordWallet now saves your preferences between executions, sorts your passwords, and can be run off a server to be shared by a group or company.
PasswordWallet(tm) is a convenient and secure place to store all of your usernames and passwords. For security, PasswordWallet uses 448-bit BlowFish encryption to protect your data. For convenience, password wallet can save URLs with your passwords and launch your default browser for you. For safety, PasswordWallet can copy your password to the clipboard and clear it automatically after you paste. One "master" password unlocks all of your other passwords. And if youire running MacOS 9, PasswordWallet will add your "master" password to the Keychain control panel. It just doesnit get any easier than this!
Users can add as many usernames and passwords as they like. We are developing the ability to securely synchronize your PasswordWallet(tm) with your Palm Pilot(tm), so you can have your passwords along with a little piece of mind while youire away from your computer!
Password Wallet is available for US$15. You can find more information at the Selznick Scientific web site.