Password Manager Data Vault

Password Manager Data Vault

By Ascendo Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2011-03-09
  • Current Version: 6.3.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 6.12 MB
  • Developer: Ascendo Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.10 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 2,526 Ratings

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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  • Love it!

    5
    By Watkinkl
    I have used Datavault for years . . . love that it appears on all my devices and is easily accessible to me. Love that it does face recognition on my phone — so fast. Love that I can set up new entries on my desktop with a full keyboard. I get frustrated with my family/friends who cannot remember or do not electronically store their passwords. Great app!
  • Tired of ever changing code lists?

    5
    By Jboy70
    This app has made my life much easier. Goodbye to ever changing code information that you don't know how to keep safe. Have it all in a easy to access well organized place. Just get it and be happy.
  • Most Used App I Have

    5
    By davidj92
    I've been using Data Vault for quite a few years and have no regrets. I have passwords, bank info, credit card info, personal items inventory, safe combinations and other info in this app. Easy to use, has a lot of features and a reasonable price.
  • Problem with Data Import

    1
    By lenspixels
    UPDATE: 3/3/2019: I tried this program again. I had forgotten that I tried it in the past... their presentation on the Apple store is quite convincing. Data import is still crap. So I wasted money again. I guess poor memory has it's price. If you have used a password manager in the past and don't want to retype all of your login information, find something with import that actually works. -------- Prior to purchasing I reviewed the DataVault manual on Ascendo’s website and thought I had a good idea of how it would handle importing data I’ve been collecting in 1Password for years. I was wrong. I tried all variations available for exporting data from 1Password and for importing data into DataVault. None worked. I contacted support and was given a workaround that allowed me to process an import, but it placed data items into the descriptive headers, not the active data fields. I contacted support again with an update and have not heard from them since. Not what I would call awesome support. I believe Ascendo has misrepresented the capabilities of DataVault. Import is very important to my use of the product. Had I known that it wouldn’t work and that all support would suggest is a workaround rather than a way to get their advertised functions to work properly, I never would have purchased. But they have the money now and evidently there’s no way to get it back. Lots of people seem pleased with DataVault and with their support. I can’t say I’m one of them.
  • I was dreaming about this app when I found it

    5
    By Hendrixtom
    Look you can go out a pay a monly subscription for apps that do the same thing as this. I have been there and done that...... When they moved to pay me every month it turned me off..... It would be like netflix increasing you price and start showing commercials....... Thank Goodness there are affordable solutions that don't nickle and dime you to death. Purchased for copies for each of my devices and bingo they all sync.... Thanks again for a great affordable app
  • Lost without it!

    5
    By EtlamSakul
    This has been my go to app to store registration codes and serial numbers for longer than I can remember. It works seamlessly betwen my mac, iphone and ipad; can't ask for much more.
  • Been using for years

    5
    By v700
    I’ve been using DataVault on my Mac and on my iPhone and iPad for years. It synchronizes automatically across all my devices using Apple’s iCloud (I understand that other cloud syncing options are available too). I have found the app to be secure, reliable and straightforward to use.
  • Best Password App I have found

    5
    By 32nd Anniversary
    I have been using the Datavault App for around 10 years. One of the best features is the Synchronize function that keeps all my passwords avialble on my iPhone, iPad, MacBook Pro, and iMac seamlessly. I can’t think of anything negative, it works! I would recommend this App to everyone that needs a one stop application for tracking their passwords. One last thing, I use the memo field to track additional information such as when I have a issue with someones service or product. Date, person I talked with, information discussed, etc. I can then access it from anywhere I have my phone or other apple equipment. Great job DataVault team. Keep up the good work. Jerry
  • $10 and no required subscription!

    5
    By DQT1973
    Love this app. Well worth the money! First, no yearly subscription. Secondly, I feel locally saved passwords are more secure than cloud-based.
  • Very Useful...Only...

    4
    By Trot L'oeil
    So, this thing is really a lifesaver! I have trouble with some of my logins, because I get asked to change them a lot, so I loose track of trying to remember them all the time. My biggest complaint with this is that I cannot rename a file once it's been made, nor can I really delete any folders either. That seems way too simple to not be able to do those things.

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