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Since 2005 - I have been a paid user of their product (freeware version had too many restrictions to be of any use to me). I am disgusted that the developer - for literally years now - has failed to port their product to work on 64bit Windows operating systems. This product is old and stale and the source code is proprietary. The good news is - I spent a huge amount of time evaluating competing products - and I highly recommend KeePass Password Safe. KeePass is free - with no restrictions - and perhaps more importantly to some - it is Open Source (OSI certified). The source code is freely available to be examined by "us" - the community at large - to ensure there is nothing funny going on under the hood. Because I had the "paid" version of Access Manager - I was able to easily export my password file as a ".csv" file - and with minor manipulations - was able to import it directly into KeePass.