PassVult is a simple, intuitive password manager for your iPhone. The main goal of PassVult is ... More
PassVult is a simple, intuitive password manager for your iPhone. The main goal of PassVult is to give users back the ownership of their password data by localising all of the data on an individual iDevice. This means your safe from vendor breaches of other password managers because you are now in control of your Password data!
To help achieve this PassVult has the following features:
- Store and manage your Passwords.
- Store and manage sensitive secret question and answers.
- Store and manage Physical Codes.
- Store and manage your Credit cards.
- Randomly generate complex and secure passwords for your accounts.
- Check your email or any other email against historic breaches to see if your account may have been breached by hackers.
- All of this data is stored in a local database which is AES encrypted.
- All of these features are also password protected by a master key set by you!
Privacy: The PassVult app is the password storage app of choice for those who value security and privacy. All of your data remains localised on your device and will never transfer any of your personal information across the cloud or over the internet. This means that your data is your's forever!
Last updated 19 Mar 2018
Published 22 Mar 2018
Life used to be so simple didn't it? Back in the early days of the computer generation the only things we really had to worry about were 'spam' and viruses. We seem to have eradicated most of them these days but now we seem to have a much more insidious problem - people cyber hacking into our emails, our bank accounts and our social media networks and causing massive problems. Whether they are cloning our identities or attempting to steal our hard earned bitcoins - it's all bad. According to the American President it could be the Russians, the North Koreans, the Chinese or a 400 lb hacker sitting in his bedroom. So basically, he's got no idea where the next attack is coming from.
Consequently, we've all been forced to upgrade our online security. First it was passwords (which they advise us that they should be unique for each site, of course) then there was the sensitive, secret questions. Was you mother born in Louisville or Shelbyville? Did you put Arsenal as your favorite soccer team or was it LA Galaxy? It's not easy to remember them all. Do you keep a list of passwords that's accessible to everyone on your smartphone? Not a good idea if you lose your phone or its stolen. Do you keep them in the cloud? Er...I don't think so. So, the answer seems to be a secure password manager.
PassVult is probably the best answer. It is...