When I saw PassVult – Anti-Cloud Password Manager by Kraljevic Technology on the App Store, I was pulled by it due to the fact that it actively involved several salient features but it was also so special and beneficial for many users. In addition it’s also made by the acumen developer which offers interesting features where I enjoyed quite a bit.
More importantly storing passwords on a single localized device keeps would-be hackers from gaining access to said passwords and makes it difficult to hijack credit cards, social media accounts, and much more. Also the localized password storage would be lost along with the phone if the device is ever stolen or misplaced, but this is much less likely and much harder to have happen. The data in PassVult is password protected, and is thus generally more protected than a classic journal or cloud storage ever could be.
PassVult is simple to navigate and the developer offers free YouTube tutorials to assist those who need better understanding. The UI User interface is professional and clean looking. Those people with many passwords to remember will, of course, find more use for the app than those with only a few, but with good password generator, users would find it much simpler to use several passwords for each different website/program, thus increasing their protection, particularly for those who used a single password out of convenience.
With key features, PassVult proves itself to be efficacious tool for reasonable price. iOS users who value their privacy and security should consider this as best opportunity for using it. The main goal of PassVult is to give users back the ownership of their password data by localizing all of the data on an individual iDevice. It adeptly means users are safe from vendor breaches of other password managers since you are now in control of your Password data.
- 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
- Use our Breach check feature to check if your email was exposed in any public breaches
- 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
PassVult app is the persuasive password storage app of choice for those who value security and privacy. It is conveyed that all of your data remains localized on your device and would never transfer any of your personal details across the cloud or over the internet. If you’re an ardent fan of safety apps and security apps in general, then PassVult – Anti-Cloud Password Manager is one that you must check out this on holiday.