Why PassKeep so special

SECURITY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT

PassKeep ensures maximum security for your data by using RSA Encryption and your Fingerprint. It is an offline password manager and you can be sure that all your private data is with you only and never sent to the internet and never stored on our cloud servers.

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App Features
Secure storage

Secure Storage

All data is encrypted and stored offline in a secure storage on your phone

Cloud

Never goes to the internet

To be sure your data couldn't be stolen in a public network or any other way, we decided to keep it only on your phone.

Fingerprint

Protected by fingerprint

Nobody except you can access your data, for that we protected all your data by fingerprint and passcode.

Security Conserns

HTTPS Is Almost Everywhere.
So Why Isn’t the Internet Secure Now?

Web browsers have an indicator such a little gray lock icon or word “Secure” to display that website is “Secure” and supports HTTPS. That’s mainly because HTTPS is now considered the new baseline standard. Everything should be secure by default, so browsers will warn you that a connection is “Not Secure” when you’re accessing a site over an HTTP connection. But in most cases it has nothing to do with a real security. Even if a website uses HTTPS it doesn’t protect you from some well-known privacy attacks.

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Public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi is not as safe as you think

The problem with public Wi-Fi is that there are a tremendous number of risks that go along with these networks. While business owners may believe they’re providing a valuable service to their customers, chances are the security on these networks is lax or nonexistent.

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Man-in-the-Middle attacks

One of the most common threats on these networks is called a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack. Essentially, a MitM attack is a form of eavesdropping. When a phone makes a connection to the Internet, data is sent from point A (computer) to point B (service/website), and vulnerabilities can allow an attacker to get in between these transmissions and “read” them. So what you thought was private no longer is.

That’s mean all data you send over the internet while using a public wi-fi might be stolen!

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Our Unique Proposition

Amazing Features That make it Awesome!

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Online password managers

  • Monthly/Yearly subscriptions
  • Store passwords and credit cards only
  • Store data on their servers
  • Require registration and authentication

Other offline
password managers

  • No subscription
  • Heavy and complicated applications
  • Local storage
  • Takes long time to understand
    and learn how to use
  • Impossible to check passwords quickly
  • Doesn't have a proper level of security