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  1. jasonvan9's Avatar
    I did a quick search but wasn't able to find anything definitive. To make a long story short. Yes, the exported file is encrypted with Password Keeper, but the crux of what we are getting at is are the encryption keys used derived from the user or the device? If it is user managed then from a security standpoint this is excellent. The general sentiment with encryption handling outside of the direct control of a user is you are not sure where the keys are stored and how secure they are.
    well maybe it is the same encryption as the SD card encryption, which is handled by the device and only the device (if you format your phone, your data is gone).. i'd have to assume this is the same scenario

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    06-21-15 01:58 PM
  2. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    I personally wouldn't trust anything beginning with i
    Please tell me you meant to do that...
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    06-21-15 02:44 PM
  3. Smitty13's Avatar
    Please tell me you meant to do that...
    I am going to admit I didn't even notice that...either way you cut this, intentional or complete coincidence, this is comedic gold.
    Tre Lawrence likes this.
    06-21-15 03:43 PM
  4. texn884's Avatar
    I use Password Keeper ONLY!!!!
    06-21-15 03:53 PM
  5. bakron1's Avatar
    I have a simple solution, I don't store any of my passwords on ANY cloud server, period.
    jas1978 likes this.
    06-24-15 01:02 AM
  6. Have_a_nice_day's Avatar
    I have a simple solution, I don't store any of my passwords on ANY cloud server, period.
    My advice too. The convenience of having universal access and automatic backup don't outweigh the possible dangers.


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    06-24-15 12:55 PM
  7. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    I have a simple solution, I don't store any of my passwords on ANY cloud server, period.
    This.
    06-24-15 02:26 PM
  8. thymaster's Avatar
    Does this mean stay away from iOS?
    06-24-15 05:24 PM
  9. jas1978's Avatar
    I have a simple solution, I don't store any of my passwords on ANY cloud server, period.
    The only cloud I save my passwords is in my head. Wait, that doesn't sound right. Lol

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    06-24-15 05:46 PM
  10. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    Does this mean stay away from iOS?
    There are local solutions on iOS.
    06-24-15 05:58 PM
  11. nabollocks's Avatar
    Not sure what nabollocks is referring to...

    In my books, Google in responsible for Android security, and we know that has various holes and exploits.
    Couldn't have said it better myself.

    Security is a multi-layered problem: Google may have secured their internal servers but they have left their mobile users wide open.

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    06-24-15 11:39 PM
  12. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    Not sure what nabollocks is referring to, ...

    In my books, Google in responsible for Android security, and we know that has various holes and exploits. ...
    Couldn't have said it better myself.

    Security is a multi-layered problem: Google may have secured their internal servers but they have left their mobile users wide open.

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    Google IS the exploit, lol.... ;-)

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    06-25-15 05:43 PM
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