Version 1.7 of PassLok has been released. This version includes the SCRYPT key-derivation function, which makes Locks and locked messages significantly harder to crack by today's methods. The interface has been cleaned up a bit, and looks better especially on Android devices (we're not forgetting you!).
Work on version 2.0 has begun in earnest. This one marks a significant break with the past, in that it will include a server. But fear not because PassLok remains client-based and will continue to run even with no connection. The purpose of the server is to facilitate the exchange of Locks between users, so that it happens automatically. Just use someone's email address and the corresponding Lock, if it exists, will be filled in and stored in your local database. Updating a Lock will be just as automatic.
We'll be adding a new secure source very soon, so users will be able to get PassLok from four different independent sources for greater security. All sources are listed on our portal PassLok.com