Account / Web
store credential information including user name, & password
store sensitive banking information such as account number, PIN & credit card number.
store software serial number, version, expiry date and name.
store email account settings including POP3/IMAP/SMTP servers, user name & passwords.
store any type of free form information.
... And Much More
Standalone version for individuals
SQLite | Xml | Dropbox
Share profiles across your group
SQL Server | MySQL
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