A password management APP that really doesn't know your password!
PassAtals must be most simple, safe and elegant password management APP.
But be prepared, it's totally different from what you know about password management APP.
It doesn't store any of your passwords!
Instead PassAtlas calculates complex password for you dynamically based on your simple password ( the password key or a pattern) and some stored random data. You just need to remember your password key (or pattern). the password key is often easy to remember ( you can choice word like "facebook", "apple", "Michael" or whatever makes sense to you). And It's safe and reusable for multiple online accounts as long as you use it with PassAtlas and don't tell anyone.
#How to use PassAtlas
1. Create a password entry by touching "+".
2. fill basic information ( description, URL, login name, etc.), password settings, and then touch "save".
3. when you need a complex password, just select the password entry you created, and input you password key or draw your pattern. You will see a complex password calculated from it.
PassAtlas also provides convenient two-factor authentication, secure text, secure picture. All with iCoud sync enabled, so that you don't worry about lost all your data.
#How PassAtlas calculates password
PassAtlas calculates password dynamically using HMAC-SHA512 algorithm based on the following information:
[Password key] + [Random data] + [Global passphrase]
[Password Key]: Simple word you choice and provide to PassAtlas when access password entry.
[Random data]: Automatically generated when you creating new password entry, iCloud sync enabled.
[Global passphrase]: A Setting, optional, and stored locally in case data is leaked on cloud server.
One must know your password key, the random data, (and the global passphrase if configured ) to calculate your passwords. So it's very safe as no one except you knows all those information.
1. support 1password extension. Now you can store your password keys in 1password.
Why? Because you shouldn't put all your eggs in one basket.
One must crack both your 1password and Pass-Atlas to get your passwords. Because neither Pass-Atlas nor 1Password stores your passwords.
If you are using 1password, you probably worry about what if my master password is leaked. And now it's solved.