Travelling a lot? Ever heard of border officials searching travelers’ devices without any search warrant or a good cause? There are such known cases on Chinese, Hong Kong borders, and even in the US. Officials may view your photos and videos, read messages, and generally open any app installed on your phone or laptop. They may also go so far as to request you unlock your password manager app – the app with all your sensitive information that you wouldn’t like to show to anybody at all...
Sounds intimidating, right? But fear not! With Passwarden, all your private data remains private. Thanks to the Duress Mode feature you can prepare for such situations in advance and protect your passwords and other data if forced to show the app under duress. Learn more below!
Paranoid Mode is a security feature of Passwarden, specifically designed to hide your sensitive data if you have to open the app under duress or other circumstances.
When configuring Duress Mode in your Passwarden app, you choose which vaults to show and which ones to hide. Besides, you create a special Duress Password. As soon as you enter the Duress Password instead of your Master Password when signing in, Duress Mode is activated. And voila! – your secret vaults get hidden as if they never existed before, displaying only the data you’ve previously chosen to show.
With Passwarden and Duress Mode, whatever happens, your data always remains private and inaccessible to any third parties, even if you’re physically forced to open the app. You can learn more on this page.
For a more detailed instruction on how to use Duress Mode, check out this manual.
Bullet-proof data encryption
Security of your data is our top priority. To protect your passwords and whatever sensitive information you store in Passwarden, we apply the client-side encryption using AES-256 and ЕС р-384 protocol. With such a high-level protection, Passwarden becomes your first line of defense against getting hacked.
Secure storage for everything
Passwarden can store not only your passwords, but many other valuable data as well. This includes your email and social media accounts, credit cards, SSN, passports, secure notes, and much more. And all this private information is absolutely safe with Passwarden, even if you open the app under duress.
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your Passwarden account. When 2FA is on, besides providing your master password, you’re asked for an additional authentication step. This ensures that no one except you can get access to your data. Learn more about it here.
Try Passwarden now and entrust your sensitive information to the app that will never give it away, under no circumstances.