Password Manager Data Vault - Safe, Secure, Wallet

Password Manager Data Vault - Safe, Secure, Wallet

By Ascendo Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2011-03-09
  • Current Version: 6.2.44
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 5.10 MB
  • Developer: Ascendo Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.10 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
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Description

The Leading Password Manager for Mac ◆ AES Encryption ◆ Website Logins ◆ iCloud Sync ◆ Automatic Backups ◆ Password Generator ◆ Flexible Templates ◆ Advanced Security Options “Apps That will Change Your Life” - Wall Street Journal “10 Must Have Apps (DataVault #1)” - CNET "DataVault is a user-friendly and feature-rich password manager that will keep your information safe and accessible without hitting your wallet too hard." Secure Mac “My most important app. I have used Data Vault for years. It is my favorite app. I have never had any problems. It’s always accurate, well designed, user friendly and safe.” “Huge Fan of DataVault!! Everything I wanted in a Password manager! It looks great on my iPad, it works great on my Mac! The customer service is amazing!” “The Best Password App For Your MAC. There are Password apps and then there is DataVault which is the only app to be using on your MAC. To me this blows the rest away.” DataVault Password Manager for Mac protects confidential information such as passwords, usernames and financial information using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), the most powerful technology to keep your data safe. SECURE YOUR DATA - DataVault encrypts your information using AES, the global standard for data protection. Your master password isn’t stored anywhere on the device. Not even Ascendo has the key. Only you can unlock your data. - Provides 256-bit encryption with PBKDF2 and salting to insure the highest level of security of any password manager. - Set a Security Timeout to require login after an inactivity delay. - Set Maximum Login Attempts to wipe your data after successive failed login attempts. - Set a Master password hint in case you forget your master password. - Use Field Masking to shield data from prying eyes. POWERFUL FEATURES - Automatically enter usernames, passwords and fields using extensions for Safari or Firefox. See user guide for installation instructions. - Save web form contents directly to DataVault. - Backup your data automatically to insure you never lose your important information. - Create strong passwords using build-in Password Generator with settings for length and types of characters. Strength Meter tells you if you passwords are weak, good or strong. - Synchronize with DataVault for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and other devices (sold separately). - Use iCloud, Dropbox, Wi-Fi to synchronize your devices. SIMPLE TO USE - View items in list view or folder view. - Use Templates to enter common items such as bank accounts, credit cards and logins. - Select from 50 default templates or create your own. - Use categories and types to organize Items. - Duplicate items for faster entry. - Search Settings including case sensitivity. And a whole lot more... - 200 icons to personalize your Items. - Import from mSecure, Keeper, 1Password, EWallet, SplashID, Keepass & other applications. - Import from text files in CSV format. - Print items. - Great email support. Incorporated in San Diego, California, Ascendo has been a leading software developer since 2004. Questions? We would love to hear from you! info@ascendo.co Secure. Powerful. Simple. Try DataVault Password Manager today!

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  • Don't buy this product!

    1
    By Kat5tx
    I never could get this to work. Customer support worked with me for a short time then said they didn't know what was wrong either. I requested a refund but never got a response.
  • Best Password App

    5
    By bullletbob
    I have used Datavault for years...even the days before I moved to Apple. The app is great for storing any information you want to keep secure, passwords, insurance policy data, account information from your bank or credit cards, etc. Whatever information you want to keep secure, put in Datavault. You can set up business files, personal files, etc. I recommend it totally.
  • Update from Mac Version 4 to Mac Version 6 had several issues.

    3
    By vicm01
    I have used Datavault on my Mac, iPhone, and iPad for many years. I started having “fake” wrong password message on my iPad when syncing with my Mac even if it syncs correctly so I purchased ver 6 from the app store to upgrade my version 4 desktop. I backed up my ver 4 data and installed ver 6 on my Mac and set it up with the same password as my version 4. I then restored my backup but then ver 6 would not come up and gives me wrong password message. I emailed customer support but did not get any response/help. I decided to delete Datavault completely from my desktop, and reinstalled ver 6 from app store. I set it up again with the same password as before. Instead of restoring my ver 4 backup, I sync my desktop with my iPad which worked. Desktop data and Ipad data are now the same. I then synced my iPhone and the iPhone entries and the desktop entries got corrupted. So I repeated the process of deleting desktop version, reinstalling it, and syncing with my iPad. I quit the desktop datavault before opening it again and synced it with my iPhone. This time desktop and iPhone synced correctly. All through this process, I emailed support for help but did not get any replies. The software works fine now in my desktop, iPhone, and iPad but very disappointed with Ascendo Datavault support for not replying to my emails. I don’t know what happened but in the past customer support was responsive. They should also have some guidance/warning in the their website about how to upgrade desktop from ver 4 to 6, or perhaps the install process of ver 6 should perform the necessary cleanup of previous versions before installing. And software probably has a bug that caused the corruption of desktop and iPhone data during my initial sync. In the future, I hope customer support is more responsive and upgrade process is less painful. Update 10/17/2018 — using ver 6, after a successful sync of desktop and iPad over wifi, desktop was corrupted when I attempted to sync with iPhone without quitting desktop datavault first. Emailed support and have not heard back. Did not have this issue with ver 4. .
  • Not 1Password Friendly

    2
    By A. Bomb
    I chose to leave 1Password after many years, because the new version requires monthly fees. This app’s description says that it was compatible with 1Password exports. This feature gave me so much trouble on my Mac and my iPhone, even with tech support from the company. I don’t know if this is a new issue since this app is so highly rated. But I am getting a refund and trying something more intuitive.
  • I’ve used this for years… ALWAYS reliable and stable!

    5
    By confinity
    FIRST: GET A PASSWORD MANAGER. period. Then USE IT, for ALL your passwords. Make it your habit. Then use it to make longer, more secure passwords, and change them easily and often. Truly, it is a worthwhile investment, and loads better than a ratty notebook in the drawer by your keyboard. [End PSA rant] I highly ecommend DataVault, as I’ve used it for years, and it has never disappointed me. DataVault has stood the test of time, a rarity in the iOS universe. It’s remained relevant and become more powerful and easier to use, without bloating into something it aughtn’t be in the first place. The desktop-iOS integration is seamless, and iCloud sync works flawlessly across my devices. If I remember correctly, DataVault was a month or two behind 1Password to introduce Touch ID (which saves loads of time), but when they update, it works… period. In fact, in all the years I’ve used DV, no update has ever been unstable or flaky–also a rarity for iOS apps. This developer takes both our security and our trust seriously. UPDATE: As nearly all the other names in the password manager field move to a subscription model (WHICH I HATE, IN ALL INSTANCES!), Ascendo has kept DataVault as a standalone app on all platforms, with all features enabled. If at some point they do a major paid upgrade, I will gladly pay it to simply own apps outright that work as beautifully as Datavault always has. Thank you for not gouging your customers like so many others.
  • 256-bit Peace of Mind Across all of your Devices!

    5
    By HuggyBexar
    We have been using this program for years and have migrated everything from our little password book over to Datavault. My wife will never again forget a password because they are all right here safe and secure on our Mac. Not long ago some of our friends lost everything on their computer during a flood. I was dumbstruck as I tried to imagine bouncing back from that kind of disaster. All of their files and account passwords were boxed up on the floor before the flood, but now they were just runny ink on page after page stuck together from the water and mud. Just imagine if just a few days ago we suffered the same kind of devastation in our lives and that little password book next to the computer was destroyed or even stolen, we would have been devastated from a financial standpoint. However, now thanks to DataVault I am burned that little password book. We can now rest assured knowing that if a flood or some other disaster strikes us everything is being backed up to the cloud. Talk about peace of mind for a few measly bucks. Thanks DataVault! We love that no matter where we are or what device we are connected to DataVault is right there. I keep everything here and Im proud to say that I have hundreds of different passwords and I’m never gonna forget them again.
  • Great app. and no subscription fee.

    5
    By bustedknuckle
    After updating to Mojave on my MAC, my previouse (and old) password program would not work. Without going into how I recovered 200 passwords from a Non-operating app. I needed to shop around for a new Password program. Subscription fees were OUT!!! PMDV was my choice. Easy to operate, lot's of options and NO subscription fees. Great app.
  • Better than anything I've seen

    5
    By scruz95060
    I've been using Datavault for a little over a year and I love this app more than any other apps I've used. I like how you can store a link, your username, password and you can create/customize your own fields and their corresponding answers. And you can store a backup of your data to the icloud, so if you have other devices, any new/updates you make, all your devices will retrive the update. I have Datavalut on my iPad, iPhone and iMac. I also had 3 of my friends purchase this app and they also agree, super easy to use and a good thing to have!
  • Easy and cool!

    5
    By Tnoack1
    Just bought a new Macbook Pro and needed to get the DataVault installed. The website states that I can’t transfer my licenses, but purchase new at $9.99. I went to the app store and grouchily hit the BUY button. to my surprices I got the message that my license is current and that I won’t be charged. Donwloaded the app, linked it up to my icloud and 3 secs later I had it synced on my new computer. Couldn’t have been easier!! They are getting 5 statrs from me.
  • Great, simple cross-platform app without bloat

    5
    By balthisar
    I've been using DataVault for five or six years now, I suppose, and I won't do without it. I've tried the other guys, and their subscription plans mean that you never truly own a product. With DataVault, I paid for the Mac version, iOS version, and Windows version, and everything stays in absolutely perfect sync without being suckered into a lifetime of payments for no added value. And it's not just a password manager. It's a great data vault for my software registrations, insurance information, IT configurations at work, and more. So much more than just passwords. Thanks for such a great application and not succumbing to lease-for-life bullplop.

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