Organize your data the way you want it. Create groups, clients and put your passwords into categories. Share with complete teams or a single person.
You can keep your personal passwords in Hypervault, without worrying about your data. Only give access to the credentials you want to give access to.
We’ve integrated multiple layers of security to keep your data as safe as possible. Passwords are stored completely encrypted with a salt, iterations and PBKDF2. Activate 2 factor authentication for even better security.
Collaborate with extensive team options like sharing, creating teams and setting permissions and access restrictions.
Create custom domains and add your branding to completely make it your own tool.
An instant overview on all your accounts and passwords. Need to find something quick? Use the search field and the right password will popup as you start typing.
Upload csv documents from Lastpass, Excel, Dashlane, Google sheets, …
Whitelabel your password manager to remove the logo from Hypervault and add your own. Spread the number of licenses between teams & clients as you wish. Link Hypervault to your own domain.
How do you share passwords in your team? Still maintaining excel sheets? Or sending them through unsecure email or chat messages?
Then time has come to switch to Hypervault: a cloud-based password manager for teams.
Password managers like Lastpass, Dashlane, OnePassword are used for daily household accounts and focus on single user experiences. Most of the time they can only store login data from websites.
Hypervault on the other hand targets small to large teams or people who need to manage a lot of passwords of any kind and collaborate in team or with their clients. The data can be stored in different categories (FTP, server, API, ...) and is completely cloud-based.
Our expertise in the agency business resulted into Hypervault, the only tool we need to share passwords with our clients and in team.
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