As with all password managers you can get it to store your user names, passwords, credit card information, and even two-factor authentication keys (for 2-step verification). With those keys there is a special treat, you can get 6-digit code directly out of the program.
On database level it is compatible with well known and renowned Password Safe and thus security should not be an issue. In a pinch you can even use one of many Password Safe variants to open a database.
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Program requires .NET framework 4 (or higher) but chances are that you already have this installed.
- Auto-type (on Windows only)
- Two-factor authentication.
- Word-based password generator.
- QR code support.
PS: And yes, program does work under Linux (assuming you have mono-complete package installed).