Personal Vault PRO (App) was £2.09 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID
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Personal Vault PRO (App) was £2.09 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID

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Found 23rd Jan
Do you have a lot of accounts, passwords and information to manage like emails, bank accounts, insurance details, credit cards, id cards, website passwords, utilities and bills, addresses, jobs and other personal details at your home or office?

Do you often fail to remember the exponentially increasing information and passwords and falter to get your account and related details when you need it?

Are you still using your phone contacts or notes app to manage your accounts arbitrary or worse still writing down your passwords on a piece of paper?

Well you are not alone!

With Personal Vault, your password manager, we aim to provide a very simple and intuitive app that manages your passwords and keep all your personal records at one place and easily access them right when you need it.

Safety is our top priority, to the point that we keep absolutely zero user information and all stays with its rightful owner - that is you!

Needless to say all information in password manager is encrypted based on the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and backup and restore functionality is provided to easily port your details across your Android devices.

Although simple and intuitive, this password manager provides a number of features allowing you to:

• [PRO *Free version allows max 20 records] Unlimited records
• [PRO] Multi user within the same device
• [PRO] Custom fields
• [PRO] Fingerprint login
• PIN based login
• Built-in password manager
• Easy sort and search
• Customized sharing record details over messaging apps
• Delete and archiving
• Copy and share
• Backup and Restore
• CSV Import/Export with support for cloud storage providers e.g. Google Drive, Box etc.
• Master password recovery
• No internet permission
• Auto logout on screen lock
• Multi lingual

Personal Vault is your one stop record and password manager and allows you to easily navigate through labyrinth of increasing accounts, passwords and other personal information.
Plus the Vault is completely secure and stays with You!

Download Personal Vault today and get all your account details on your fingertips with this easy to use password manager!

PS: It is highly recommended to take regular backups and save it outside device.
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I just cannot bring myself to use this type of APP - perhaps I'm just "old fashioned!"
I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my details but Lastpass has been around a while and has lots of good reviews by trusted websites.
generationz15 m ago

I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my …I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my details but Lastpass has been around a while and has lots of good reviews by trusted websites.



theguardian.com/tec…ity


and not the first time it's had problems, be it also from white hats.
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i use Intel true key and it is limited. my question as always: can this one be trusted as well as an Intel's app?
I just cannot bring myself to use this type of APP - perhaps I'm just "old fashioned!"
I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my details but Lastpass has been around a while and has lots of good reviews by trusted websites.
Msecure for me. Used for years n gets better every year
generationz15 m ago

I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my …I use Lastpass. Wouldn't trust an App I'd never heard of with all my details but Lastpass has been around a while and has lots of good reviews by trusted websites.



theguardian.com/tec…ity


and not the first time it's had problems, be it also from white hats.
Dashlane is also free and has a good securitypedigree. Lastpass is also free if you dont have a iphone.
sisqoboy248 m ago

i use Intel true key and it is limited. my question as always: can this …i use Intel true key and it is limited. my question as always: can this one be trusted as well as an Intel's app?


Very good question, personally would not use any app unless released, updated and supported like intel true key is.

Van197334 m ago

I just cannot bring myself to use this type of APP - perhaps I'm just "old …I just cannot bring myself to use this type of APP - perhaps I'm just "old fashioned!"


Bitwarden is ideal and brings *us* old fashioned lot into the future, but keeping it simple!

mcek15 m ago

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/mar/30/lastpass-warns-users-to-exercise-caution-while-it-fixes-major-vulnerabilityand not the first time it's had problems, be it also from white hats.


Avid user of lastpass since alpha, but after the last two *issues* have doubled up by mirroring onto Bitwarden, slightly less gimicky features and free, updated and brilliant support response.
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 23rd Jan
mcek34 m ago

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/mar/30/lastpass-warns-users-to-exercise-caution-while-it-fixes-major-vulnerabilityand not the first time it's had problems, be it also from white hats.


Yeah. The guy having never seen the code worked out a possible attack while thinking about it In the shower. Lol.. It was fixed. No software is 100% secure but these reports can frighten people away from using password managers and sticking with passwords like password123 and qwerty ect and using the same password on multiple sites. All the security folks say.. Use a password manger! or a book and write it all down..A good password is something like this 785£_%a}shDEfW&S... I use keepass
Edited by: "wayners" 23rd Jan
I never put the full password down in any app and use a different password format for the app than i do for the sites
wayners1 h, 11 m ago

Yeah. The guy having never seen the code worked out a possible attack …Yeah. The guy having never seen the code worked out a possible attack while thinking about it In the shower. Lol.. It was fixed. No software is 100% secure but these reports can frighten people away from using password managers and sticking with passwords like password123 and qwerty ect and using the same password on multiple sites. All the security folks say.. Use a password manger! or a book and write it all down..A good password is something like this 785£_%a}shDEfW&S... I use keepass


How did you know my password ???
To trust OR not to trust 🤔
Edited by: "CompuFocus" 23rd Jan
???
So you create lot of safe passwords just to upload it in unsafe app with unknown background, which can be sold in future to some datamining company just like many times on playstore.
Edited by: "Jo444" 23rd Jan
Buy a little black book, don't trust apps like this
flintstone3 h, 1 m ago

I never put the full password down in any app and use a different password …I never put the full password down in any app and use a different password format for the app than i do for the sites


Sensible approach. I still won't be saving my passwords to an app though.
I like the mistrust. I should be more mistrusting but more likely companies servers get hacked than an individual. I put everything in my keepass app. From passport number to credit cards. Nhs number to banking accounts. Keys to the Kingdom. Every password looks like a monkey on the keyboard typed it. Guess everyone should do what they think is best but please. Don't use words or phrases. Mix it up and never use the same password twice. Also change passwords every year. Don't make it easy for the crooks and if you are interested listen to security now podcast or read up on these scares. Very often the media make a big story about security issues that were never a problem
Keepass for me, does the job.
This has got 'Watchdog report' written all over it.
It may be genuine, but why risk it? Free or not!
wayners2 h, 48 m ago

I like the mistrust. I should be more mistrusting but more likely …I like the mistrust. I should be more mistrusting but more likely companies servers get hacked than an individual. I put everything in my keepass app. From passport number to credit cards. Nhs number to banking accounts. Keys to the Kingdom. Every password looks like a monkey on the keyboard typed it. Guess everyone should do what they think is best but please. Don't use words or phrases. Mix it up and never use the same password twice. Also change passwords every year. Don't make it easy for the crooks and if you are interested listen to security now podcast or read up on these scares. Very often the media make a big story about security issues that were never a problem


'Keepass app' is great if you're running a donkey sanctuary
TAZMANUK6 h, 6 m ago

Buy a little black book, don't trust apps like this


Make sure you write "Top secret, do not read" on the front cover though.
Been using a combination of Codebook (iOS, Android, Windows,MacOS) & keepass. Codebook has been around for years and was called Strip and is actively updated. For sites like banks I split my details between the two apps so no one app has full information. Both these apps allow you to sync via different cloud storage like Dropbox & Google drive.
I use a book and the only people that can read the way i put the codes down is my son and my wife apart from that nobody would be able to guess them also i write them with letters, numbers, and caps.
I use my mobile a lot but i do not do Banking or PW aps on there.
you never can be to careful these days.
Been using Blur for years. Auto fills web forms (logins, address, payment details) on the PC and just about all apps on Android. It can also instantly generate disposable email addresses which foward to your genuine email. You can also delete these forwarding address when no longer needed.

Nice addition, is it has 2 step auth so even if someone was to figure out your password they're not getting the rest.
Edited by: "Turret" 24th Jan
I use an encrypted spreadsheet on my password-protected laptop for all mine and my wife's passwords. I also keep an up-to-date copy on an encrypted USB flash drive and another password-protected laptop as back up. Only we know the encryption password and it is not written down anywhere.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 24th Jan
Just a reminder - always use two factor authentication.

I too use lastpass with incomplete passwords and regular changes. Make sure it is locked down on the regional settings and alerts you to any new logins.
Worth trying secure safe. I have their app and it’s been great so far.
Edited by: "timarli" 24th Jan
a free way to store details is to make a note on Google Keep, list all your accounts and then use hints for your password so, for example

Amazon - emailaddress@gmail.com - PassW0rd1 you could list as
Amazon - emailaddress@gmail.com - P*******1
but obviously not using such an easily guessable password

that way you can be 'reminded' of all your passwords for accounts wherever you are (with your phone)
sisqoboy222 h, 59 m ago

i use Intel true key and it is limited. my question as always: can this …i use Intel true key and it is limited. my question as always: can this one be trusted as well as an Intel's app?


And if you have BT, you can get the full version of TrueKey for free!!
JohnnyZee1 h, 17 m ago

And if you have BT, you can get the full version of TrueKey for free!!



sounds good to me however bt is way too expensive for me...
Interesting looking App.
Thanks OP
Robbo1124th Jan

I use an encrypted spreadsheet on my password-protected laptop for all …I use an encrypted spreadsheet on my password-protected laptop for all mine and my wife's passwords. I also keep an up-to-date copy on an encrypted USB flash drive and another password-protected laptop as back up. Only we know the encryption password and it is not written down anywhere.


I like your solution. Finding it more difficult now to remember all the families password. Don't want a app to be automatically filling the pw field. I look at doing a spreadsheet with different tabs for us all
I use keepass and file is stored locally and auto backs up to Dropbox.. No auto filling however I hear Google has opened an api for developers to save encrypted passwords and auto filling with apps..
Edited by: "wayners" 25th Jan
Probably going to get slated but here goes..Why not let google password manager in Chrome save all your passwords?
jh78725 m ago

Probably going to get slated but here goes..Why not let google password …Probably going to get slated but here goes..Why not let google password manager in Chrome save all your passwords?


Yes, you could do so. But this means all your eggs are in one basket.
Some prefer otherwise.
davening13 m ago

Yes, you could do so. But this means all your eggs are in one basket.Some …Yes, you could do so. But this means all your eggs are in one basket.Some prefer otherwise.


How is that different from letting this app have all your passwords?
jh7871 h, 2 m ago

How is that different from letting this app have all your passwords?


should you use another browser or use a particular app instead of chrome, you would need to go into chromes advanced settings to retrieve user login & passwords. Just my take/Devils Advocate
True...I do have to do that sometimes.
Also another flaw in my opinion is that if you are on a Windows pc and you want to see a password it asks for your Windows password rather than your Google password which is crap because the Windows password is easily bypassed.
shonkygeeza16 h, 34 m ago

I like your solution. Finding it more difficult now to remember all the …I like your solution. Finding it more difficult now to remember all the families password. Don't want a app to be automatically filling the pw field. I look at doing a spreadsheet with different tabs for us all


Thanks. Works for me anyway. I started using an encrypted spreadsheet in my old job as a computer analyst working for an American company providing computer services to multiple companies. With around 150 computer account login ids and passwords to remember, some with a minimum of 12 characters and each company having different password rules and often short expiry dates, I would have been lost without it.
wayners25th Jan

I use keepass and file is stored locally and auto backs up to Dropbox.. No …I use keepass and file is stored locally and auto backs up to Dropbox.. No auto filling however I hear Google has opened an api for developers to save encrypted passwords and auto filling with apps..


Hi What Keepass do you use, when I type it into play there are quite a few with that name from different developers.

Cheers
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