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Secure Keychain To Access All Devices

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Posted August 17, 2015

Passfort is a secure keychain which helps you manage all your accounts and  passwords. It works with all mobile devices or computer, and with all favorite platforms. It includes a free Sync App that will work on Mac OS, Windows, iOS and Android.

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Passfort allows you to store all your accounts from any service or app. In order to gain access to your accounts on Passfort, you must use your Master Key. It can be either a 4 to 8 digit numeric key or a 4 to 8 images based key, of your choosing.

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When authenticating it will display a multiple-choice question for each category. It has been proven that it’s easier for people to remember images.

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After the specified (user configurable) maximum failed login retries, It will erase all your stored data preventing access to your accounts. Before reaching the last retry to activate the auto-erase feature, you may configure your Passfort to be blocked for several hours.  You may always restore your data using the encrypted backup generated by our free Sync App. All your data is securely stored encrypted into the device internal memory with the same method used by Security Agencies.

Tech specs

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The project campaign is on the Kickstarter, the early bird prices are gone, but you can still get it for $49, an estimated delivery is on March of 2016.

 

 

Source: Kickstarter

 

 

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