JS Wallet is a password keeper that aims to be:
- Secure -- encrypted with AES encryption locally in your browser before being sent to server, so even a server compromise can't leak your data.
- Convenient -- stored in the cloud, you'll still have access no matter what computer you use, without installing any software.
- Flexible -- one of our design goals is the idea of multiple password sets that can be shared among multiple people, because not being able to watch TV due to a missing Netflix password is something that shouldn't happen to anyone.
JS Wallet is in development, but I invite you to sign up now and give it a try. Please do not store any high security passwords in JS Wallet yet. This software may have bugs or security holes. Under absolutely no circumstances should you store any of the following until you have reviewed the code and convinced yourself it's secure:
- Login credentials for banks, brokerages, PayPal or anything else that allows people to spend your money.
- Tax software, Mint, credit reporting agencies, or anything else that contains information that could be used for identity theft.
- Email login information for any accounts that could be used to reset the password on any of the above.
- Web hosting or DNS provider login that could be used to steal your domain or redirect your email.