SatoshiLabs’ TREZOR Bitcoin Vault Adds Cloud-Based Password Manager

SatoshiLabs’ TREZOR Bitcoin Vault Adds Cloud-Based Password Manager

SatoshiLabs newly-announced TREZOR Password Manager will store and manage passwords securely and is available for public beta testing for all TREZOR hardware owners, the company announced on Medium. A Chrome extension is available. The new password manager uses advanced cryptography. A user can encrypt each password entry using their personal TREZOR device. The password manager automatically uploads the encrypted data to the user’s private cloud storage, where it is available as needed. No Master Password. TREZOR now addresses the most pressing flaw in password managers, the chance that....


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