Secure & Beautiful
Leaving post-it notes attached to your monitor to remember passwords is a major security risk! In a world plagued by privacy concerns, trust in Data Guardian's 448-bit strong Blowfish encryption to keep your mind at ease!
The flexible and intuitive design of Data Guardian makes entering a wide range of data a breeze. Address books, passwords, credit card numbers, shopping lists, or even journal entries! On the go? Grab Data Guardian for iOS!
Every record in databases can be custom-tailored to suit the type of information entered. Select from one of many different field types such as: dates, phone numbers, e-mail address, web address, dropdown menus, checkboxes and more.
Beyond simply storing data, phone numbers can be dialled directly from within the app, web fields launch in your preferred web browser, and e-mail addresses open in your default mail client.
Are you having trouble thinking of a good password when signing up somewhere new? Specify a format and generate fresh random passwords on the fly!
Do you want quick access to your entire password repertoire while in any app? The Quick Browser floats over top of all windows and allows you to quickly browse your database.
Import & Export
Easily import from common formats like text, CSV, vCards, Address Book and more. Export to the web, 1Password, Keychain or plain text.
Integrate files right into the database! Attach pictures, documents, music or more to any record. Attachments are saved securely within the confines of the database.
Databases are automatically saved every few minutes to prevent data loss incase of a crash. Not enough for you? Print out a beautiful hard copy of all of your records!
One database works interchangeably between both the Mac and PC versions.
Create unlimited records, collections, and fields!
Insert pictures into records.
Dial phone numbers directly from records.
Import virtually any flat-text file and map it to custom fields.
Export your database to a flat-text file for use in other programs.
Sync databases together to merge and update.
Access to Data Guardian from within any application.
Up to 448-bit Blowfish encryption.
Record application activity to a log.
Auto-clear clipboard or quit the app after a specified interval.
Dynamically generate passwords based on a user specified algorithm.
Databases can auto-save so that changes are never lost.
Print a sheets of record information in a variety of formats.
Apply changes to a selection of records at the same time.
Interchangeable database format between the Mac and PC version.
For the full or trial version of our app, please use the download links below. After installation, the trial will automatically begin. For users owning a valid license, unlock the software via the "Unlock Product..." menu item if necessary.
These versions are no longer supported and are listed primarily for customers owning older licenses.
|Data Guardian||6.0.9||31.41 MB||May 25, 2021||PC||Windows 7||Download|
|Data Guardian||6.0.9||34.65 MB||May 25, 2021||Mac||macOS 10.14||Download|
|Data Guardian||5.1.4||33.75 MB||May 23, 2020||PC||Windows 7 SP1||Download|
|Data Guardian||5.1.4||20.31 MB||May 23, 2020||Mac||macOS 10.13||Download|
|Data Guardian||4.0.8||31.66 MB||November 28, 2018||PC||Windows 7 SP1 or later||Download|
|Data Guardian||4.0.8||23.30 MB||November 28, 2018||Mac||Mac OS X 10.10 or later||Download|
|Data Guardian||3.4.5||25.63 MB||April 17, 2018||PC||Windows 7 SP1||Download|
|Data Guardian||3.4.5||23.11 MB||April 17, 2018||Mac||Mac OS 10.10||Download|
|Data Guardian||3.3.4||23.49 MB||October 24, 2016||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Data Guardian||3.3.4||17.10 MB||October 24, 2016||Mac||Mac OS X 10.7 or later||Download|
|Data Guardian||2.5.1||10.48 MB||January 18, 2013||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Data Guardian||2.5.1||9.10 MB||January 18, 2013||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Intel)||Download|
|Data Guardian||2.1.2||9.01 MB||July 18, 2012||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Data Guardian||2.1.2||13.58 MB||July 18, 2012||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Universal)||Download|
|Data Guardian||1.6.5||6.90 MB||May 17, 2009||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Data Guardian||1.6.5||11.02 MB||May 17, 2009||Mac||Mac OS X 10.5 (Universal)||Download|
|Data Guardian||1.0.1||8.90 MB||September 1, 2006||Mac||Mac OS X 10.4 (Universal)||Download|
This program is like the backbone of my digital existence. I don't know how I've survived all these years on the internet without it. I would have been hooped so many times if I hadn't kept my data stored using this app. 10/10 Koingo, keep it up!
works like a charm.....
This application has been around for many, many years and served my purposes for keeping track of not only passwords, but important and very private notes. I can even use it to log small bits of information, such as when a credit card is lost, or whom I talked to to resolve an issue, or how I may have more than one password for an account, etc. It's very customizable, which I love. I also like that it works on both my Mac and my iPhone, though syncing between the two is still not really automatic. But it still needs to support fingerprint logins on iPhone 6 and newer, and could improve the display of information on small computer screens. Overall, still my best go-to password application for Mac and iPhone.
I have used this app for years - used its predecessor, too. Best app for organising and archiving software and hardware licenses, serial numbers and other necessary info. I couldn't live without it.
I have been using Data Guardian FOR YEARS! and I love it!
Looking forwared for syncing cia icloud, althoug still very satisfied for few years already.
I have 145 websites that require passwords and each one of the has a different one. Data guardian is a one stop shop to manage all of them and additional relevant details. It has always worked flawlessly, allowing me to use only one password to manage all the others, without worrying about loosing vitally important safety information. Great product which I recommend wholeheartedly to anyone managing sensitive data that requires a high degree of safety.
Have used this for several years and found it very good and can even export data to my iPhone. Comes in very handy for storing pin numbers for my credit cards, and passwords for websites.
In the early days of public internet use (1995 or so) you could have one password for all things that needed a password, so it was easy to remember. Not so now. The less complicated a password is, the more likely it is that someone might get into your stuff. Programs like Data Guardian became necessary to keep track of all those odd passwords. While there are other programs for tracking passwords, Data Guardian was one of the first, and I have always like the features and customer support. I have tried other programs but find Data Guardian to be the easiest to work with.
With hundreds of software licenses, endless website logins/memberships etc. I wouldn't know what to do without Data Guardian. Have had it for almost a decade now (okay, slightly less).
All of our products come with a full set of licensing options: from single users and households to small businesses and larger corporations.
1 computer2 unique devices per year
1 computer/user5 unique devices per year
1 household10 unique devices per year
1 school300 unique devices per year
10 computers/users60 unique devices per year
Unlimited10000 unique devices per year
|Version 7.0.5 – January 5, 2022|
|Requirements:||This version requires at least Mac OS X 10.14 or Windows 7 SP1.|
|Upgrade Notes:||This upgrade is free for users owning an active subscription or a non-subscription "lifetime license." No action is required other than downloading the new version from our web site and unlocking as normal with an e-mail address. For all other users, orders for the current version can be purchased on our web site.|
|Bug Fix:||Minor bug fixes.|