Proton Password Manager open-source secure and free

The Swiss τεχνολογίας Proton AG κυκλοφόρησε σήμερα ένα διαχειριστή κωδικών που ονομάζεται Proton Pass. Ο διαχειριστής κωδικών πρόσβασης είναι ανοιχτού κώδικα και ανακοινώθηκε νωρίτερα αυτό το έτος. Ήταν διαθέσιμος σαν έκδοση beta στους χρήστες των προγραμμάτων Proton Lifetime, Visionary και Family.

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Proton says the password manager stores all user credentials in an encrypted end-to-end digital vault and has a built-in password generator that can automatically suggest new passwords when creating your online accounts.

Users can store sensitive information such as addresses, passport-ID numbers and credit card details as notes, which are also end-to-end encrypted. Similar to iCloud+, Proton Pass allows users to hide their real email addresses from online services by creating hide-my-email aliases.

It can generate random email addresses that prevent websites from identifying users and filter and marketing tools before it forwards emails to your inbox.

Proton says that if a website that uses email is compromised the user will start receiving phishing emails to their real email address. In this case, you can stop these messages by simply disabling the leaked alias.

Proton Pass is available for free as an app for Android, iPhone, and iPad, and users can install the browser extension on Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and other browsers.

The password manager is also available as a paid service that brings more features.

Η δωρεάν έκδοση του Proton Pass προσφέρει για απεριόριστες συσκευές, απεριόριστες συνδέσεις και έως και 10 ψευδώνυμα hide-my-email.

Its paid version called Pass Plus offers unlimited hide-my-email aliases, built-in 2FA authenticator and more.

In the future, Pass Plus will also have the ability to automatically fill in credit card information. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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