HexaVault

Stop remembering passwords

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HexaVault is a password manager and personal information vault. Safely store passwords, bank account details, credit/debit card details, identity documents like passport, national id, utility and membership accounts in an encrypted vault on your phone. Store data in the form of key-value pairs. 30+ templates for various types of information.

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Jia Ming
Jia Ming@jmtiong · Software Warrior
Hi! Will the information be sent to HexVault or just within the phone and the services we choose? And also, how's the encryption of the sensitive information being handled on the product?
Yash Gadhiya
Yash GadhiyaMaker@yash_g · Creator of uMark and HexaVault
@jmtiong Hi, the information will NOT be sent to our servers. The vault is encrypted using AES and stored on the phone.
Bryan Lin
Bryan Lin@bryanlin850 · Developer at aloa.co
I don't see what this adds over existing services. Your blog says "[other password managers] allow you to store information more than passwords but that is such a half baked and poor executed feature, it almost seems like it was added just for the namesake." I personally use 1Password and that's blatantly not true. 1Password offers custom fields and notes on every credential you store and also stores credit cards, databases/servers, and identities. Anything that doesn't fall into these categories can be stored under "Secure Notes." I don't see how this is a half-baked feature since they're available on the home screen of the app and are searchable to boot. If your primary concern is that 1Password syncs across your devices, KeePass (https://keepass.info/) is an open source and audited password manager that can also support all the custom fields you mentioned in your blog. Maybe it's just me, but I don't really trust a free password manager that isn't audited or open source (or both).
Yash Gadhiya
Yash GadhiyaMaker@yash_g · Creator of uMark and HexaVault
@bryanlin850 Hi Bryan, I have tried to use 1Password, Dashlane, LastPass and others (including KeePass) before building HexaVault. I found their inability to allow me to add custom fields frustrating. Even though KeePass allows adding custom fields, accessing a field's value takes multiple clicks. I would not have built a password manager if I could use an existing one. The killer feature of HexaVault is that its a simple key-value store. And if you combine some predefined keys (labels) it becomes a template. Your concern is valid about trusting a new password manager. It is free for now because we are building additional features before we can charge for it. We will also get it audited to build trust.
Bryan Lin
Bryan Lin@bryanlin850 · Developer at aloa.co
@yash_g again, 1Password makes it quite easy to add custom fields. However, I see your point about simple key-value pairs and keeping things streamlined, and I wish you the best with HexaVault! I am glad you are planning on getting it audited.
Yash Gadhiya
Yash GadhiyaMaker@yash_g · Creator of uMark and HexaVault
Do check out HexaVault. It's USP is that is allows adding custom fields for various types of information and you can give them custom labels. Something none of the other well knows password manager allow you to do. Get the app from App Store http://hxv.lt/ios or Play Store http://hxv.lt/and