MultiPassword

MultiPassword

Andrey Shkolovoy (multipassword) Publisher

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MultiPassword is a reliable and secure way to store passwords and logins from sites.

MultiPassword is a reliable and secure way to store passwords and logins from sites. All data is stored in encrypted and synchronized on different devices.

Cybersecurity is a relevant and important issue because websites, applications, and browsers are often attacked. Sometimes this causes the theft of user passwords. The problem is aggravated if a person uses the same usernames and passwords on different sites. So attackers can gain access to email, social networks, banking applications, etc. Cybersecurity experts recommend using complex and, most importantly, different passwords for each account. The best solution is to create random passwords in special generators.

MultiPassword stores all logins and passwords in an encrypted storage that is synchronized on all user devices. To protect personal data, reliable end-to-end encryption technologies are used: AES-256, RSA, HKDF, PBKDF2 and others.

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Last updated
17 July 2020

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