For this reason, various services have been created that allow you to store, manage and synchronize all our passwords securely, so that you always have all the data we need at hand. I have always been a loyal user of 1Password, but recently my attention fell on Passwarden, a new application available for a few months for iPhone, iPad and Mac that has recently reached release 2.0.
In addition to access data to websites, Passwarden allows you to store many other information such as contacts, notes, application activation codes, photos, bank details and personal information such as an identity card or driving license. All data is encrypted using a powerful AES 256 encryption algorithm and can only be accessed by those with the master password, a password chosen by us during the registration phase which must be entered each time the application is started. Rest assured therefore, as even the developers cannot access the data stored by us.
Although we are faced with an application developed a few months ago, there are many features that we can find in Passwarden. All data can be divided into different categories, in order to make it easier to find them. There are four main categories: All, Favorites, Home is Work, but many others can be created at will. Moreover, we have the possibility to print or send via email the credentials in our account.