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
From 2,340 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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  • Stable and useful for 6yrs updates regularly

    4
    By Hopk56780
    I volunteer my time at several non profits answering emails, computer support etc so I have more logins and passwords that most home users. I started using after a website I had created got hacked by bots because I hadnt used a strong enough password. Nothing is ever impermeable but I feel more confident now that I regularly change passwords and use longer more abstract ones. I would never be able to keep up with them w/o Password Manager Data Vault. I would have given it 5 stars except it took me a while to figure out how to set it up properly (and I’m not sure I 'm using it to it’s full potential even now). Very worthwhile product I run on iOS & Macbook syncs beautifully!
  • DataVault is nothing more than a spreadsheet.

    1
    By Cory Jackson
    Pros: More affordable than 1Password7. AgileBits, 1PW developer, is terrible and will hold your information hostage until you subscribe to use their software. Cons: Pretty much everything else. The “Mask” functinality is unintuetive and implemented in a completely brain-dead manner. First, you have to individually mask each password within each entry. You can click the “Mask All” button in the toolbar, but it is 100% non-functional. Even with the password masked, IT IS STILL VISIBLE in the list view. The DataVault Devs really don’t seem to know what they are doing. I suggest they spend some money and hire some competent Devs. The icos are pre-built into the app. They are limited and not designed well. They absolutly need to switch to favicons. The DataVault app icon itself is 10-years outdated. All the Apple app icos, and 99.999% of all 3rd party apps are use a modern, flat design. The DataVault icon is busy, clunky and sticks out like a sore thumb in the dock. This is literally nothing more than a reskinned excel or numbers spreadsheet. You are 100% better off just adding your passwords to a spreadsheet and password protecting it.
  • Really great! Would love more icons!. ,

    4
    By Barbara Allison 01
    I switched to this from Splash ID, which I had had for years - ever since my Palm Pilotl (a gazillion years ago)! I really like it. It’s got lots of great features and the Sync with my iPhone and comptuer works great! I like the easy way you can customize types and templates. I even like how I can set as a preference the entry. I’m inputting my data by hand (I chose to do this rather than to upload my Splash ID data so that my data is clean), and when I input Frequent Flyer miles or Web Logins, I can set the preference, so that I just hit the plus sign to add an entry and I automatically get the template I want. I would just LOVE more icons! The icons don’t match with what I would assume would be the most common icons needed - like a hotel for hotel rewards programs or the icons for companies like AAA, Hertz, American Airlines, Apple, etc. But other than that (and that’s very minor) I like this. I hope it’s around for years, because Splash ID became very unreliable the last few years, but it had been great for years. A password vault problem is ESSENTIAL!!! I loved Splash ID. I love this much more so far! Especially the sync! (Just add the icons!)
  • Please add multiple vault support

    3
    By Ordinary User 77
    Please add the ability to open/close more than one vault/database so I can have one private and one shared with other people. Families and small organizations need this feature in this day and age. Thank you.
  • Cannot import a usable 1Password export file

    1
    By njp1049
    I have been unable to import a 1Password CSV export file. The CSV file is grayed out when I try to import. I submitted a support request and the response was to export 1Password to a TXT file then import the TXT file into the application. I exported as a TXT the performed the import and the result is just a total unusable mess. There was no mapping of fields as expected that is why one normally uses a CSV file with translation. At this point my purchase is totally useless.
  • A lot to improve..

    1
    By Serserrano
    I bought the app thinking that I could have more flexibility regarding customization. The reality is that I cannot change the icons of Categories and Types. You cannot create your own icons. Adding notes is crap. There is a bug, the mask all function doesn’t work, even the manual always shows the password. This app is not at the level of eWallet or 1password yet but is going in that direction.
  • Great Application - Probably the most important of all

    5
    By SpinningDoctor
    Nowadays, comupters are chaos… Everywhere you go, you need a password. You can’t operate without an encryption or password in these days. Whether its personal or business, you are always changing them and updating them. DATAVAULT is by far the most productive and useful application on my iPhone, computer, tablets, etc. It is the most used app in my cyber world. I have had it since version 1, and it has only gotten better over the years. It works seamlessly between iOS, Mac OS, Windows. It plainly just works. It synchs by various methods, you just have to pick your favorite. Support is great and responsive, given the limits of the various platforms. They answered almost every question on the FAQ pages. Very few bugs, which have by and large been fixed over the years. I congratulate them for a terrific app. I recommend it highly. Keep it going and keep up the updates……. :)))))))
  • confusing import function

    1
    By hyrral
    If I knew the import feature was so confusing, I’d pass on purchasing this app. I just tossed money out the window.
  • pretty neat

    5
    By Porsche freak
    I was skeptial but found it easy to use and real easy to synchronize. Love the layout ond speed at which it works. No glitches that I can tell.
  • Import from 1Password? Not so fast….

    2
    By Moosicluvr
    If you get this trying to move from 1Password to a new app, it does not work. They tout this app as working really well to transfer all your 1Password info so you buy this and then find out it is a nightmare. The directions are to save 1Password info as a CVS file, then inport from there. All looks fine…until you try and select the CVS file you exported and find out it is grayed out. So, I contacted customer servive, who quickly replied (it was a Russian, which made me a bit leery and raised security flags) and told me to export as a TXT file (which contradicts everything they state in their instructions). Just for kicks, I went ahead and exported as a TXT file and then was able to import into DataVault and it was all a jumbled mess. So, at the moment, my impression of this app is not good. They tell you one thing but in reality it is a whole other ball game once you buy the app. HOWEVER, if you are using this app from scratch and are imputing everything by hand, it seems like a good competitor to 1Password, who has recently decided to screw they customer base by having you purchase the upgrade to 7 as a full priced purchase (and, when you contact them about it, they give you massive attitude).

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