Regex Password Vault Blog

Password Vault 5.1.4 released

by Shawn O'Hern May 2, 2013

New in Version 5.1.4:

  • Improved Keystroke AutoComplete: it is now more reliable and we have added support for Remote Desktop
  • Password Vault now checks for website icons when upgrading Password Vault 3 files and importing CSV files

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Password Vault 5.1.3 released

by Shawn O'Hern March 9, 2013

New in Version 5.1.3:

  • Fixed a bug that caused the Options dialog to crash the application

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Password Vault 5.1.2 released

by Shawn O'Hern March 9, 2013

New in Version 5.1.2:

  • Fixed a memory leak with the notification area (system tray) menu that can cause crashes after an extended period of usage
  • We have also added Form Filler AutoComplete support for Pale Moon, an independent browser based on Firefox. If you use this browser, be advised you have to manually install the Firefox extension into Pale Moon before AutoComplete will work. Please contact us for instructions on how to do this.

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Password Vault 5.1.1 released

by Shawn O'Hern March 4, 2013

New in Version 5.1.1:

  • Fixed scroll bar bug that was causing program crashes on some Windows XP systems

This release is a fix for a specific reported issue. There are no other significant changes in this version.

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Password Vault 5.1.0 released

by Shawn O'Hern February 25, 2013

New in Version 5.1.0:

  • Added a logging feature so you can maintain a log of all revisions made to your Vault file. This feature is turned off by default. See this help article for details.
  • Small improvements to UI and documentation
  • Fixed bug affecting Vault files saved on network drives
  • Fixed bug affecting Vault files that are concurrently edited by multiple users

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Password Vault 5 launched!

by Shawn O'Hern February 4, 2013

Regex Password Vault logoWe have launched! The beta is complete and Regex Password Vault 5 is now available to the public. We thank all our beta testers for helping find issues with the new version and providing feedback to us.

Password Vault 5 is a major upgrade. We have made hundreds of improvements to existing features and we have added many new features based on customer feedback. Click here for a list of the biggest changes. We invite you to check out the new version and download a free trial from our website.

Existing users can upgrade for a significant discount. If you have purchased a full or upgrade license in the past 12 months, you are entitled to upgrade for free! All other customers are eligible for a 60% upgrade discount. Click here for details.

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Password Vault 5 Beta Testing Open

by Shawn O'Hern July 29, 2012

We want you—to be a beta tester! We are looking for users interested in testing the newest version of Regex Password Vault, Version 5. You don't need to have used Password Vault previously, and you don't need to have testing experience. We want feedback from all types of users.

Signing up is easy and free: just register at http://www.pvault.com/beta/. You will receive a download link and product key. Then simply start using Password Vault 5 on a day-to-day basis. If there are things you like or dislike about the software, or if you happen to find a bug, let us know. There is a feedback form directly in the software, or you can contact us through our website. At the end of the beta, there is an online evaluation form we will ask you to fill out.

To thank our testers, everyone who completes an evaluation form will receive a free license for the full version.

So please register today at http://www.pvault.com/beta/ and help us continue to improve Regex Password Vault!

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Password Vault 5 Announcement

by Shawn O'Hern July 29, 2012

We are proud to announce the release of Regex Password Vault 5, the latest version of our password manager and form filler for Windows.

For Password Vault 5, our focus has been on polishing the user experience. We want to make managing your passwords easier, more efficient, and more fun.

What's new in Password Vault 5?

  • We have added new AutoComplete toolbar buttons to Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome to make it a snap to AutoComplete passwords and identities on webpages.
  • You don't have to worry about manually saving your Vault file anymore. We have added auto-save functionality. Your file will be saved every 10 minutes by default (you can change this interval or disable it completely).
  • It is now possible for you to AutoComplete just a portion of a webpage if needed. For example, if there are fields that are already filled and you do not want them to be disturbed. Just use your mouse to select the fields you want filled, and Password Vault will AutoComplete only those fields.
  • We have worked hard to improve the functionality and appearance of the user interface and notification area (system tray) menu. Lots of little improvements have been made (see if you can find them all). There are now three attractive themes to choose from.
  • Backups of your Vault file are now managed smarter. Old backups are purged once they reach a certain age, which solves the problem of ever-growing numbers of backups taking up space on your hard drive. The backup location is now per-computer, which is very useful if you use the same Vault file on multiple computers.
  • You can now delete multiple items or change multiple sharing permissions in a single operation, which is a huge timesaver.
  • Multi-user concurrent editing can now be turned off. When turned off, the first user to open a Vault file can make changes. All subsequent users will open the file in read-only mode (similar to how Microsoft Excel works). This behavior will be far less confusing for groups that desire multi-user capability without needing concurrent editing.
  • You now have the option to install Password Vault under a standard (non-admin) Windows user account.
  • The MSI-based installer has been replaced by a new technology. The installer corruption and other problems that some users have been experiencing should now be just an unpleasant memory.

Regex Password Vault 5 is available for beta testing today. Everyone is invited to try out the newest version of Password Vault...and that includes you! Please visit http://www.pvault.com/beta/.

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What is Regex Password Vault?

Regex Password Vault is a password manager and form filler for Windows. It simplifies your life by remembering all your usernames and passwords for you, saves you time by logging you into websites and filling out long web forms with a single click or keystroke, and keeps you safe online by making it easy to use strong, unique passwords for all your accounts!

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