SPS is a very convenient, easy to use and ultra secure password, user name, key code (or whatever text you wish) database. SPS is not 'bloatware' and has a carefully targeted feature set optimized for its purpose. The encryption used to protect your data file is the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) using a strong 256 bit key. SPS writes garbage over any decrypted information left in your computer's memory and the Windows clipboard before it closes. The number of key entries that can be entered is restricted to hinder attempts at automated key discovery. The data display even has options to restrict what can be seen by someone looking over the user’s shoulder! SPS uses a unique key enhancement technology and comes with an automatic password generator. The saved databases are error checked using MD5 checksums for individual records as well as the database as a whole. SPS has a very small screen footprint with a radically simplified but effective database display and operation. The design does not rely on pre-determined field functions and, with some customization possible, it has tremendous flexibility while remaining incredibly straightforward and quick to use. For speed and simplicity, non-essential functions are put in the menus while basic functionality can also be obtained from right-click context menus and the optional main window buttons. There are several options to fine tune how you want SPS to function. For serious reliability and the fastest problem resolutions, SPS utilizes several technologies to protect your data and ensure rapid problem diagnosis. When saving databases normally, SPS creates backups of your previous database automatically. SPS is offered with a 'per-user' licence. Individual users can, personally, use SPS on as many computers as they wish. The installer can be used or, optionally, files can be simply copied from computer to computer. The ability to copy files is useful where user’s rights to run an MSI installer may be restricted.