Passpack is a secure way to manage and organize passwords. As a virtual assistant, it is great way to keep your client passwords secure.
What is it used for – key features
- Manage multiple logins for sites
- Organize client passwords
- Shared account access
- Military grade encryption
- Available from any browser, anywhere
Why should l recommend this tool to a client?
It is a great way for you to keep your client passwords safe and secure when you're accessing various sites and documents for them. You also may set up various sites and credentials for projects on behalf of your client, and you can securely share the passwords without them having to have a Passpack account.
How does it work?
You create an account and then install a browser extension which works in the background to capture and store passwords safely. When you access a website, Passpack will fill in the login details for that site with one click. If your client is part of your account, they can share passwords with you without actually providing you with the actual password; the system will store it automatically, allowing you to then use the login details when on a particular site.
There are no integrations that we know of.
Prices start from free, which includes 100 passwords, 1 shared user and 3 disposable logins. Prices then start from $1.50 monthly up to $48, depending on needs.
Auto Lock & Save. Set up how long your accounts stays active before it auto locks. You can also have it save any changes you may have made.
Change Weak Passwords. Use Passpack to change current weak passwords to a stronger one generated by the system.
Password Generator. Use this when you set up a new account so that it will have a strong password.
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