i tried this app a few times over the years and although liking it, i thought it was a little expensive. i bought it a few days ago. the app is well designed and easy to use. it is not cheap (30 euros, then 10 euros for yearly updates) but the features and security are top notch. they have a trial version that works indefinitely but only stores 20 passwords or less. the Master Password is protected from keyloggers by entering the password into a virtual keyboard. all fields can be Auto-Typed, Dragged & Dropped, or Copied and Pasted. there are 4 methods of Auto-Type, including a Double Channel Obfuscation method. all the 4 methods passed the SphyShelter 'Anti Test' utility for keyloggers. PD is also protected from clipboard loggers; it will tell you if an app is trying to monitor your clipboard and ask you to Allow or Deny it. the SpyShelter Anti Test was not able to hook into the Clipboard as PD protected it. very nice! all data can be entered into PD with the virtual keyboard instead of the physical keyboard if you choose. while this protect from keyloggers it would not protect if you were infected with a "screen grabber" malware. i mention that on their forum (i proposed a global anti-keylogging feature) and the mod said they were looking into it and would implement additional security features in the near future. but having said that, i have not seen too many password managers that offer at least a virtual keyboard, like PD does. if you like password managers it's well worth trying the demo i think. S10 Password Vault and Keepass (using Double Channel Obfuscation) are also very good alternatives.