A new password and key information management service was recently launched. It is about pCloud Pass, which promises a high level of security to prevent malicious actions from trying to steal this data. Another interesting detail is that the application even offers the free plan to use, although it has some limitations.
In general, it is possible to find some services in the password management categories, as in the case of dropbox, who created “Dropbox Passwords”. In addition, Google Chrome itself has a system for managing these types of information. However, pCloud Pass promises to go further in terms of security.
That’s because he uses a military grade encryption algorithm to protect the passwords that the user stores. That way, there are at least 20,000 people currently using the service to store their passwords and other login data, as well as credit card numbers and more. Its release was about a month ago.
According to the company itself, it has features such as automatic information saving. So, when you want to use some of this data, it shows suggestions to fill in the blanks automatically. Likewise, pCloud Pass supports the biometrics feature and, in case of iPhonethe use of FaceID to unlock the app.
Another promise of the service is the possibility of creating more complex passwords to access your social networks or sites that require registration. Finally, it is available for virtually all platforms, including as an extension of Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari🇧🇷
As for the available plans, the user can choose the free one to use with one device or the monthly one, which has no limits and leaves for $29 (R$ 150 at the current price). The annual plan, in turn, costs $149 (BRL 772).