Two-Factor Authentication (2FA, TFA)
Let’s say someone peeks over your shoulder and sees you entering your Master Password. Will they now have access to your Passwarden account? Not if you’ve enabled 2FA! With it, every time someone tries to sign in to your profile, a unique one-time key will be sent to your designated email address or authenticator app. Without this key, it will be impossible to enter your account even with the correct credentials.
Passwarden is the safest way to share your personal information, such as passwords, logins, IDs, CCs, banking info, etc. Wherever you enter new data to a Vault, it’s protected with a complex, multi-step encryption process as explained above. Only a person with a correct Passwarden account that you’ve shared the Vault with will be able to decrypt the data.
In some situations, you may be legally obliged (or otherwise forced) to provide access to your device and its applications- for instance, at customs. But you still wouldn’t want everyone and their dog to see your passwords now, would you? Then use the Duress mode to designate a Vault with unimportant information that you wish to be displayed in such situations, instead of your normal ones.