DataVault Password Manager
By Ascendo Inc.
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The Leading Password Manager for Apple Computers ☆ Lion Compatible ☆ Advanced Encryption (AES) ☆ Powerful Security Options ☆ Synchronization with DataVault for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch ☆ Integration with Safari, Chrome & Firefox
DataVault Password Manager stores confidential information related to credit cards, bank accounts, logins, memberships, etc. using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), widely recognized as the most powerful technology to secure data.
Ascendo DataVault is a comprehensive password manager which includes unique features such as list and folder views, automatic backup, synchronization with handheld versions (sold separately) and integration with Safari & Firefox to autofill web forms.
Powerful features and an intuitive interface have made DataVault a best-selling password manager for Apple OS.
★★★★★ 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!”
★★★★★ DataVault is an excellent program from a great company
“The program is easy to use. The Graphics are nice and simple. Syncing with my I PAD and I Phone was easy. I recommend this program highly.”
I like having all the information I need right at my fingertips no matter where I am. All in all, this is the best password protector app I have used.
➤ Protects private information to give you peace of mind.
➤ Delivers value by insuring secure access to confidential data on all your devices.
➤ Adapts to your needs by providing numerous personalization settings.
✓ Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), the industry standard for protecting confidential data.
✓ Display items in list or folder view.
✓ Templates for entering common items such as bank accounts, credit cards & logins. Select from default templates or create your own.
✓ Web form autofill to login to web sites using Safari or Firefox.
✓ Categories & types to organize items.
✓ Password generator with settings for length and types of characters.
✓ Password strength meter.
✓ Duplicate items for faster entry.
✓ Security timeout to require login after inactivity delay.
✓ Maximum login attempts.
✓ Automatic backups.
✓ Field masking to shield data from prying eyes.
✓ Master password hint.
✓ Synchronization with DataVault for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and other mobile devices (sold separately).
✓ Synchronization methods include Wi-Fi, Dropbox and Webdav (iCloud sync in development).
✓ Conflict resolution to manage items edited simultaneously on multiple devices.
✓ Autofill web forms using Safari, Chrome or Firefox and save web forms directly to DataVault.
✓ Search settings to select fields, case sensitivity.
✓ 110 item icons.
✓ Import from 1Password, EWallet, SplashID, mSecure, Keepass and other 3rd party applications.
✓ Import from text files in CSV format.
Incorporated in San Diego California, Ascendo has been a leading software developer since 2002. Over a million users have trusted their confidential information to DataVault Password Manager.
If you have questions or comments, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For technical support, email email@example.com.
If security is important to you, download DataVault today!
What's New in Version 4.6.7
PLEASE READ. Important information for users of previous versions. If you have issues with update, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
✧ Implemented application sandboxing, as required by Apple, to enhance file security. DataVault browser add-ons need to be updated to work with this version, see ascendo-inc.com for instructions.
✧ Updated to Dropbox v1 synchronization protocol. If you sync with Dropbox using a previous version then go to Synchronization Settings, re-link to Dropbox
and restart DataVault.
✧ Improved Safari, Chrome & Firefox add-ons to autofill web forms, see user guide for instructions.
✧ Changed shortcut for adding item to Command-N.
✧ Added Command-A shortcut to select all field contents and notes.
✧ Added Command-F shortcut to search for item.
✧ Added Command-L shortcut to logout.
✧ Added Print and Delete to item context menu.
✧ Improved application launch icon.
✧ Enhanced copy-to-clipboard options.
✧ Improved edit item usability.
✧ Rendered Mac Dock accessible when logging in to DataVault.
✧ Moved conflict resolution options to Synchronization Settings.
✧ Added scroll bar to notes field in conflict resolution window.
✧ Fixed issues causing form to clear when adding items.
✧ Several other bug fixes and minor improvements.
For Anyone That Can't Remember!
I have only ever used one other password keeper application and it was fine, but it left much to be desired. Datavault Password Manager has filled in all of those gaps!
I really try to make multiple passwords for the various accounts and sites that I use in order to protect my information, but that poses a big problem for those of us with working memory issues. It's hard to remember my passwords, let alone all of my account numbers and information like bank routing numbers. Datavault is an all in one solution for people like me and anyone with multiple logins and accounts. I don't have to create a list or write anything down. And, it is right in my dock and one click away when I need it. If you choose, you can export and print off a copy of your entire database and lock it away in a safe place just in case something goes wrong with your computer.
Datavault Password Manager makes it easy to store all of your confidential account information behind one password (even I can remember one password! ). They have also created templates for thins like bank account information, credit card information, et. And, you can make your own template if you choose. The user interface is clean, intuitive, and simple. This is one of the best and most useful applications I have on my computer, and would be lost without it.
Solid Replacement for Splash ID
I bought the desktop and iOS versions of DataVault in order to switch away from Splash ID (and its recent pricing changes). I was able to import by Splash ID database into DataVault, but only after several tries. DataVault's online instructions were inaccurate. Eventually succeeded by importing the database as CSV and NOT changing the field mappings as DataVault's online instructions show (I just accepted the that the software came up with by default, and it worked fine). Once imported, I was able to successfully sync via local wi-fi with my iOS devices— really happy about that. The field customization options seem good, although the interface can be a little clunky (for example, changing the data in one record involves mousing over to the "Edit" button at the upper left of the application window, changing the data in the fields on the right half of the window, then mousing down to the lower right to save). The set of available icons also needs to be expanded and refreshed. As for function, though, it does what it's supposed to do.
Easier to use than I thought
I've been impressed at how easy it is for this app to memorize information for me. I'd initially loaded things in by hand, but with the extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari it gets even easier.
I sync locally via wifi/network, but it offers a Dropbox sync if you're so inclined and need distant sync. Customizable icons, hierarchichal categorizations, and password generator make it nearly invaluable. I simply cannot memorize a boot full of weird passwords!
Lastly, the quick response to a technical issue won me over. Great folks to work with.
Sidenote: If it can help anyone in the future having a similar issue, as I was trying to install the Google Chrome extension I ran into a roadblock. Seems the extension couldn't create a subfolder in my Downloads folder. My Google Chrome downloads folder was on a file server, so re-assigning the Downloads folder to a local HDD long enough to perform the install has resolved the issue.