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PGP Encryption of Passwords
All file attachments are already encrypted at rest using AES. All password entries are also required to be PGP-encrypted. Users must create their own personal PGP security certificates using our security tools and then they can easily create the encrypted password entries. Supports the specification of exactly who will be allowed to decrypt the files on a per-file basis, and verification of digital signatures on all encrypted content. Entries encrypted via PGP are very secure. Even the technical staff cannot access their content without access to your PGP key password (which is never saved in plain text on our servers).
Audit Changes to Entries
Optionally enable WebAide Auditing. This will record adds and edits of entries, adds, edits, and deletions of comments, and downloads of attachments. Anyone with read access to the WebAide can then view the audit trail for each entry. Note that the audit trail does not record the actual content of the changes, just who made what kind of change and when.
Store arbitrary HTML-formatted notes about your passwords using the "Notes" field. A visual editor for entering and editing the comments is included.
Comment on Passwords
You can provide HTML-formatted annotations and comments along with each password entry. Each entry can have any number of comments created by any number of permitted users. These comments can themselves also contain file attachments and will be encrypted, if you have a Premium license.
You can attach any number of files up to 200 MB each to your password entries.
View/Download All Passwords
This special command allows users to decrypt all password entries that they have access to and view the data in an HTML grid or save it as a CSV file. With this feature, it is easy to backup all of your password data, even though each entry is individually encrypted with possibly different keys.