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Amazon is famous for its user-friendly interface so it is very easy to change or reset your password. Updating it in the Passwarden app is equally easy.
All these topics are covered in our detailed guide.
1. Open the Amazon webpage in your preferred browser. Log in to your account.
2. Open the drop-down menu Account & Lists at the top-right corner of the screen and go to the Account page.
3. Proceed to the Login & security submenu.
4. Press Edit next to the Password option.
5. Enter your current password (once), then type the new one (you have to do it twice) and click Save changes.
Congratulations! The procedure took just a few clicks.
To reset your Amazon password is almost as easy as to change it. Here is what you do.
1. Open the Amazon webpage in your preferred browser. Open the drop-down menu Account & Lists at the top-right corner of the screen and select Sign in.
2. Open the drop-down menu Need help? and click on Forgot your password?
3. Enter the email address or mobile phone number you used to register your account and press Continue.
4. Amazon will send a six-digit code to your email or mobile phone. Enter it and click Continue.
Note: "111111" in the screenshot below is only an example, not a real code.
5. Now you need to create a new Amazon password. Type it twice.
Well done! It didn’t take long, did it? To make sure that your passwords are immune to hacking, consult our comprehensive guide on how to create a strong password.
Note: Make sure you’ve updated your password on the Amazon website before updating it in Passwarden.
1. Sign in to your Passwarden account.
2. Select the item you are going to update.
3. Click Edit at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
4. Update the data in the Password field.
5. Click Save.
To randomize your new Amazon password, click on the icon to the right of the Password field and follow the instructions.
The job is done: Passwarden is extremely easy to work with!
If you want to ask a question or get additional assistance, please write to our customer support via [email protected]. It’s always a pleasure to help you!
Advanced data encryption
Our application uses both the military-grade AES 256-bit encryption and the highly reliable EC p-384 protocol for public-key cryptography. Even if your data is intercepted or stolen, it will be impossible to decode.
To activate this mode, go to the Settings, set a Duress Password that will trigger off the Duress mode, and select the items not to be hidden when Passwarden gets a signal that you are under duress. Now, if you access your Passwarden storage not of your own free will, instead of entering the Master Password use the duress one, and your most sensitive data will remain unrevealed!
Strong password generator
Creating random sequences of uppercase letters, digits and symbols is a difficult (and very often boring) task. Delegate it to Passwarden: it will instantly generate strong passwords of the required length and save them to the encrypted data storage. You won’t have to memorize all your passwords: the Autofill feature will fill them out automatically.
Data you send via messengers and emails can be intercepted; to improve security Passwarden employs a considerably more reliable way of sharing your important information. All you need to do is create a Shared Vault and invite a new member.
It is a well-known fact that two-factor authentication considerably reduces the incidence of online fraud, because even if the perpetrator knows the user’s passwords, they still won’t be able to sign in to the user’s account. Thus, this authentication method helps us take the utmost care of your privacy and security.
Passwarden runs smoothly on all popular digital platforms; most users install it on more than one device. A cross-device synchronization feature ensures that when you create or change any data in your secure Vault using one device, you are able to view the updated version using all other devices you have.
Storage for various types of data
Passwarden allows you to store, change and share data in three categories:
Think that three is too low a number? Then use Passwarden to store any text information using Security notes.
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