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Old 11-29-2005, 07:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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minisafe seems to be an alternative to cryptmagic.

Anyone have any experience with this piece of software?

I like the password keeper that coms with the rim, but it doesn't have desktop sync which is important for several reasons.

Thanks in advance.

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I'm very happy with cryptmagic, which also has desktop sync. I can recommend it.
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used them both.......minsafe is my choice. of course i chose back when minisafe had the desktop sync and cryptmagic didn't.
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awesome. thanks for the feedback. I knew cryptmagic was an awesome app but a friend of mine is sharing (shhhh) minisafe with me so I have it at my disposal whereas cryptmagic I do not.

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used them both.......minsafe is my choice. of course i chose back when minisafe had the desktop sync and cryptmagic didn't.
i agree! minisafe is great. it reminds me of passwords plus by dataviz for the palm os!
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I actually use Cryptmagic more as a desktop app than on the BB, and one of thte things I really like is the ability to launch the browser and fill in username/password from within Cryptmagic. Does Minisafe do that?
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I actually use Cryptmagic more as a desktop app than on the BB, and one of thte things I really like is the ability to launch the browser and fill in username/password from within Cryptmagic. Does Minisafe do that?
you can launch, but no autofill, yet. that's the only feature i'm missing from minisafe on the desktop component. i had that feature from EWallet, a ppc app i used and loved it. but what do you expect from a free desktop sync app.......hehe
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harry- i believe the desktop portion is FREE, it is the blackberry portion which is a paid product.
i could be wrong here.
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harry- i believe the desktop portion is FREE, it is the blackberry portion which is a paid product.
i could be wrong here.
yep. that's what a brotha said........"what do you expect from a free dsktop sync app." although, mabye that wasn't clear.......ah well, comme si, comme ca.
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minisafe all the way!
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