What is MasterPassword?
Have you heard of Master Password? If not, we will introduce it in the following content. Master Password is a set of open source free cross-platform password manager. You will get more information about this password manager below.
Introduction of MasterPassword
Master Password is a free, open source, cross-platform Password manager that does not record any Password data, does not store, does not upload, cross-platform support, and does not require the Internet to be available offline! You only need to remember a “master password”, and you can quickly calculate the independent, different and not repeated complex passwords for different websites and apps, effectively avoiding the risk of bumping into the library and revealing all your accounts.
The Features of MasterPassword Software
Master Password is not a manager, but a Password generator, which combines the three elements of “user name, master password and network name” with a complex irreversible encryption algorithm to produce a robust password that is hard to crack.
As long as the three elements of “user name, master password and network name” remain unchanged (such as x-force, 123456 and iplaysoft), the same Password can be calculated on any client of Master Password, whether it is web version, iOS, Android phone or Windows, Mac or Linux client (CuwaJepa0#Harx).
Because of this feature, all of your passwords don’t have to be uploaded, saved, or synchronized over the network, but you can still figure out your account password on different devices and work completely offline. It perfectly solves the problem that 1Password, LastPass, KeePass and other password management software need to save or upload passwords. (of course, this software and they are two different ideas, each has its own advantages and disadvantages, we should choose according to their own needs and habits of use)
The Master Password doesn’t need to be connected to the Internet. It doesn’t store your Password data anywhere. It doesn’t upload it to the Internet. But we can still redownload the software or web version to generate the website password we want, without losing it.
MasterPassword is good password manager, which you can use to manage all your passwords, but there is also a great password manager called Dashlane you can think of. MasterPassword VS Dashlane, which is better, you can try them.
Published on December 7, 2019 Passwordmanagerreviewed.com Editor