Predominantly whatever created online is protected with a username and password. Now let us say someone I knew called John hesitates to create a unique password for each account in the fear of forgetting it in the long run so mostly he ends up giving the same password for all accounts. Some people like John do not wish to create strong passwords dreading they may forget it and end up using their cat’s name as passwords
Now everything is just one click away. Password box is a downright digital manager to shield your digital life. It’s a free service that allows users to securely store retrieve and share passwords and other personal data anytime, anywhere, and on any device. All the icons of your diverse accounts are listed in one screen and you are given the honor to log in to any application in just one click.
It works like the Dropbox service it is free until you store only 25 passwords after which you need to go premium for a yearly subscription. Yet you are entitled to earn a free lifetime subscription by referring 5 friends to Password box.
They also use strong encryption methodologies to store your data, nothing is sent over the internet and everything is encrypted in your own device so if you lose the master password there is no way of accessing the vault.
Lately they have acquired Legacy locker and have extended their service to protect your digital legacy after your death. We all may have some digital accounts or content that we would like to pass on to our trusted few after we die. Legacy locker paves way to do the same. When you store your encrypted data you can invite a person to become your digital heir after your demise.
The data is sent to the digital heir only after your pass away until then it remains only on your device. Once your heir notifies your demise with a death certificate the team checks the same and upon confirmation hands over your digital assets