PassCrate 1.2 – For easy password management and safe password storage


ZIP file SHA-1 checksum: 540825B942B867EB06440B1DFE26697332811FC1
Installation executable SHA-1 checksum: 92413EEF766C8955AB54E7C557A494A8E9E3EE18

(32 and 64-bits versions of: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows 10)



New feature added: Added random password generator module to the edit password screen.

VERSION 1.1.1 (hotfix)

Bug fix: Fixed UI bugs for Windows 7.


New feature added: Generate a random password of any length.
Bug fix: Automatically clear clipboard content when closing the application.


Store all your passwords in encrypted hidden binary files and decrypt the chosen encrypted password within one click.
Easy and fast access to the decrypted password: Upon click the decrypted password is immediately copied into the computers clipboard and allows you to paste it into any password field, without ever showing the decrypted password in clear text on the screen.
Can’t come up with a good password? Just use the random password generator, it will generate a strong password for you!

All passwords are stored in encrypted binary files using AES 256-bit symmetric encryption.

Access to the application and the decrypted passwords are protected by a login-system which demands a Master Password.
The Master Password is set by the user upon first login, a SHA-256 hash of the password is generated and stored in encrypted format in a binary file.

PassCrate is free to dowload and use, at your own risk. I am in no shape or form responsible for any data loss or harm caused by PassCrate. The application contains no malicious or harmful code, it is safe to use but keep in mind that 100% security can never be guaranteed by any application.
Windows SmartScreen might warn you about an unknow application the first time you run it, this is because the product certificate isn’t known. This is normal behaviour and nothing to worry about, run the program anyway and it will not warn you again.

First Screen:


First Startup. Set the Master Password which will be the login-password required to gain access to the application (minimum 8 characters):


Login. The given password has to match the Master Password:


Passwords-screen. From here you can add entries, remove entries, edit entries, copy the decrypted password into the computers clipboard and generate random passwords of given length:


Add new entry:

Account-field and Password-field both have to be filled:

Edit entry:

An entry has to exist and be selected from the drop-down menu:

The Edit window should now be visible:

Delete entry:

An entry has to exist and be selected from the drop-down menu:
Entry successfully deleted:

Copy password to clipboard:

An entry has to exist and be selected from the drop-down menu:
Decrypted password is now on clipboard

Generate a random password:

Use the “+” and “-” buttons to increase or decrease the password length:
After clicking the generate password button, a new password is generated and automatically added to the passwordbox:
Password length number will turn yellow if the password length is considered too short:
Password length number will turn red if the password length is considered way too short:

More functions, Reset Master Password and more:

The tab “More” must be active:

Example of encrypted output: