Waterfall Software has released an update for Wallet, bringing it to version 1.1.2. Wallet is a password utility designed for the storage and organization of a users various passwords. The update ships with window enhancements and bug fixes. According to Waterfall Software:
Waterfall Software has just released an update to itis elegant, and secure data storage solution titled Wallet.
Wallet was designed with Mac OS X in mind. And there simply isnit an easier to use password storage solution out there. Use Wallet to keep passwords, credit cards, serial numbers, contacts, and more securely and safely. Wallet can store almost anything you want. Wallet is intensely secure providing 448-bitBlowfish encryption, and password protection on top of that.
Wallet 1.1.2 includes the following new features and additions. Window and column size are now remembered, and the "Notes" field is now used when importing and exporting text. The ability to open a file from the Import Text window has been added. Also added is an updated Inspector window. This update includes many bug fixes as well.
You can find more information about the Wallet update at the Waterfall Software Web site. Wallet 1.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$14.95.