Sowsoft releases Network Password Manager 2.0

In our digital era, the desire for convenient and safe storage of private information (such as passwords, keys, IDs, files, etc.) is getting more and more important. There are many desktop programs that can solve this problem for individual users. But very often people need to work together, and in this case the problem appears again. Network Password Manager solves this problem.

Network Password Manager is a modern tool for storing confidential information developed especially for organizations and groups of users. Data is stored as a tree; there are many different fields for each entry (password, string, URL, multiline text, file, etc.) The interface has a Windows Explorer style, so both beginners and experienced users can use the program easily.

Much attention is given to security. For each entry/folder, you can restrict/forbid access by different users. Data is encrypted with a secure AES method using a 256-bit key. The program supports centralized settings and backup.

In version 2.0, you can set data access rights on the level of Windows security groups. You don’t need to add rights for each single user anymore. This feature is especially useful for large companies. A convenient search feature was also added.

Network Password Manager 2.0 is distributed electronically over the Internet; free demo version is available at for evaluation. Trial version has a 10-user limit and expires after 60 days.

Network Password Manager price starts from 199 US Dollars (up to 5 users).

Sowsoft is a small independent software developing company specializing in document search and security utilities. Among the products the company has developed are Network Password Manager, Effective File Search, Active System Locker and Excel Macro Processor.

If you have any questions, would like to request editor’s copy, want to inquire about special prices for volume buyers/software resellers, or have a business proposal, please contact Vladimir Sinitsyn at


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