Passpack is a highly secure software that stores passwords and allows access as and when required. Built on strong client side encryption, Passpack ensures that all your secret password data is accessible to you alone. Passpack supports two-factor authentication and creates one-time password for accessing the Passpack Vault, which makes it highly secure especially in public or unsecured places. The best feature of this software is it encrypts user data before it reaches Passpack serves, which means even the Passpack staff cannot access your sensitive data. Passpack is compatible with all the common browsers like Chrome, Safari, Firefox etc. It allows sharing of password combinations with others and even importing and migrating of usernames and passwords from other programs and spreadsheets. Passpack is a highly authentic and user-friendly password management software which is compatible for both individuals as well as teams.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Installed - Windows Installed - Mac||Category||Password Management Software|
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Pros: I feel like I can trust passpack, it's quite easy to use and they search via tags works well
Cons: I wish they had a mobile app. Also, they had some changes in the management team, an in order to use the app, I need to use the correct link.
Overall: I use this as my default password manager, it works quite well with they search options. I just wish they were more clear with the website to check out your passwords, If it wasn't for a friend recoomend the correct link after their management changes, I wouldn't have known it from the website
Pros: - Very much Secured
- It stores in a best way along with the notes so I can carry all my data Securely every where.
- Copy the password without Opening the Software
- Works well in the Mobile
Cons: I like everything here. There is nothing to Improve but sometime I like the Last pass functionality which makes the login automatically but I don't want that all the time so passpack is always better
Overall: I have 9+ years of working Experience and I used the Passpack in all my companies.
Pros: It's very easy to save info about a lot of accounts. I like the generate password option, I use it a lot. For business, it's easy to share account info.
Cons: It's not very quick to login, but that shall be that way because of safety.
Pros: I like that I can access my passwords and that it is all very secure.
Cons: I don't like that they don't have an app so accessing on the go is more challenging.
Overall: It's been good and does what I need it to.
Pros: With Passpack, my passwords are super secure (I even forget how to login sometimes) so they are super secure from me). I can tag entries so I can have work and personal entries in one place. Updating entries is easy to do as well.
Cons: I sometimes find Passpack confusing to use as icons are not explained in web browser or in app. So I have to figure it out based on what's around or go to their support. I also don't log in often so the password and the passpack key is sometimes difficult to remember. I need a passpack entry for my passpack login ;)
Pros: Easy to learn to use, easy to enter and update data. Double entry, complex passphrases for sign-in makes unwanted access unlikely.
With multiple passwords for multiple business entities and several employees using the same applications and systems, Passpack keeps passwords safe and accessible to everyone on multiple computers.
Also, Passpack makes it safe to access these same online systems remotely. The notes feature allows attaching additional information easily - like the security questions and answers some sites require. The live link feature allows one click for accessing the login sites of specific websites.
An additional safety feature is that the application closes access to the password list after the site has been inactive for a period of time and requires re-entering the second passphrase to get back into the password section.
Cons: The additional safety feature that closes the site when it's inactive is irritating because you have to keep re-entering the second passphrase OFTEN when working on several projects that require different passwords. I haven't found a timer and unlike some sites that pop up a warning box so you can choose to continue working in the secure site, Passpack just logs out of that area.
This is a minor irritation for something that provides an added level of security in case someone is called away from their computer and didn't log out of Passpack before leaving the workstation.
Overall: Secure way to deal with all the passwords we need to function in today's world.
Pros: Passpack allows to save passwords and share among certain users and/or groups of users. You can save notes to every entry if you want to store your answers to secret questions, for example. Easy to manage and to use.
Cons: There is a double security, first you enter your password to access your account, and then you enter your passphrase. If you ever forget you passphrase, it can not be restored/reset and you will have to create a brand new account. I wish there was a way to answer a set of questions and get passphrase reset.
Pros: We have been using passpack for quite a while now. It is a really useful tool. The main strong points I would say are the following:
- Simple and easy to use interface
- A number of options and fields to add any info you want
- Password suggestion options
- Good customer support
All in all a stable and solid service that does exactly what you need.
Cons: One thing that really annoys me (and I would say maybe the only thing at the moment) is that when you are logged on for a while the service automatically reboots (in a sense) resulting in it interrupting whatever task I was doing.
Overall: We have reached a point to being able to control and manage all the company credentials and have the ability to provide and remove access within a few clicks.
Comments: This website allows you to securely save passwords. It is very useful since everyone has so many online accounts and passwords that they have to either remember or keep track of somewhere. The different functions are great too. You can put the name of the entry, the username, your password, a link that you can click to go to the right webpage, and notes where you can type in any other pertinent information. You can also share passwords with your coworkers or family members (there is a limit of how many people you can share with if you use the free version).
The security features include two-step login, automatic log-off, and blacked out boxes over the passwords and notes unless you click to view them.
Keeps company interest at extreme level of security
Can be difficult to user for a non-technical, first-time user.
Ensuring that certain sites and services are accessed by the correct person.
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