Whether you're a one-man show, or the head of a full-blown IT department you've certainly accumulated hundreds of passwords, pins, codes and registration numbers. This critical data needs to be managed, a chore which becomes cumbersome when some of them need to be shared with your peers, or distributed company-wide with varying permissions and access controls.
With Passpack, you can make sure everyone gets the data they need, when they need it. You may change settings, share passwords and set permissions in bulk or on a single record; one user at a time or with entire user groups.
Passpack employs all the standard security basics: proper data center, daily backups and a high-grade AES-256 SSL connection. But we go far beyond, with a data privacy pattern built specifically for web apps.
All data is encrypted and decrypted directly in the browser with your secret "Packing Key" (it's secret because it's never sent to the server). The server's primary job is dispatching this pre-encrypted data to the proper users. That's it. Passpack can't peak at the data without intentionally creating a full breach in the product - that's certainly not in anyone's best interest.
While you may deal mostly in databases and routers, your end users likely spend more time logging into web systems than they do fuddling with hardware. Passpack gives each user a personal 1 Click Login button to keep them happily in the system.
- Distributing encrypted spreadsheets has limited versioning control.
- You use multiple spreadsheets to workaround permissions limitations.
- You change machines all day long.
- Your end users are... well... end users.
(say no more)
Deploy passwords from a single repository, no duplicates.
Share with users or groups; bulk or single entry permissions.
- Online & Agnostic
Access from any OS, any browser, any smart phone.
Free support for you and your end users. Happy dance!
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Two years later, we still maintain that Passpack is the most impressive Web-based password management offering we have ever tested in the TTH Labs.
It's a great way to store your sensitive information and keep it secure