Our professional team does their best to make sure your sensitive data stays behind locked Passwarden doors. We harness state-of-art technologies, bulletproof encryption algorithms, and time-tested security methodologies.
So, how does Passwarden protect your sensitive data while it's being transmitted and stored? Let's figure it out together!
Our safe password manager implements the military-grade AES-256 and bulletproof EC p-384 encryption protocols that reliably scramble all your data and ensure the integrity of the stored passwords and other valuable info.
What is more, Passwarden provides the client-side end-to-end encryption. As a result, only encrypted data leaves your device. It means even if any hacker gets lucky to intercept your data on its way to KeepSolid’s cloud server, the only thing they get is a bunch of encoded symbols. The same applies to KeepSolid’s developers - they can’t access or read your Passwarden data.
With such protection, you can be fully confident that whatever information you store in Passwarden, it can’t be accessed by any unauthorized and unknown third parties.
Thanks to the end-to-end encryption, abbreviated as E2EE, all your information is only ever visible to you and from your profile.
So that we’re on the same page, one of the main E2EE advantages is that the encryption and decryption processes occur locally on your device using your encryption key. Any unscrambled data can’t leave your device for any reason. As well, it can’t be decrypted and read on the cloud server or other devices. Of course, if you share some information with others, the receiver can access transmitted data using their encrypted key.
This method allows you to prevent any third-parties from accessing your data while it's transferred from one end system to another, for example, from your device to our cloud server. Note, we have no encryption keys to read your Passwarden data when it is syncing with the server.
Now let’s take a closer look at how end-to-end encryption works in Passwarden.
At the time you set up the Master Password, Passwarden generates random encryption keys on your device and encrypts them using your Master Password. These keys are used to scramble your Passwarden data.
All data you store in our secure password manager is saved both on your device and synced with KeepSolid’s cloud servers. Each time you log out of Passwarden, all data stored on your device is automatically deleted.
When you log in using your KeepSolid ID, our cloud server sends all your data back to the device. To access the received data, you also need to enter your Master Password. And it’s only now you can access and read what is in your Vaults.
Is there any chance anyone in the middle can read your sensitive data? Most definitely not. E2E encryption is one of the most secure ways to keep all your data private and safe from any unauthorized access.
Passwarden provides state-of-art data sharing based on the client-side end-to-end encryption and Public Key cryptography algorithm.
When you share any Passwarden Vault, our reliable password manager requests each recipient's Public Keys and generates an additional Ephemeral Key Pair. Using their respective Private Keys recipients can access shared Vault and read its data.
For more information, check out how to share passwords securely with Passwarden.
Our secure password manager provides two-factor authentication. It’s a rock-solid shield to safeguard the user’s account and all valuable data inside the application. The main idea of enabling 2FA is to employ two different types of authentication: something you know (your KeepSolid ID) and something you have (a one-time passcode sent to your device or email).
Enable two-factor authentication for your Passwarden account and ensure that all your passwords, account credentials, and other valuable data secure from the sticky fingers of hackers and other cyber malefactors.
Try out our secure password manager right away and check how its security features work for data integrity.