Swifty

Simple, lightweight & free password manager

Swifty is a Modern, Simple and Free Password Manager for MacOS, Windows and Linux. It allows you to store credentials, credit card info and secure notes with sensitive information in an encrypted format. And all of this data stays on your machine.
discussion
Would you recommend this product?
1 Review5.0/5
Alex Chaplinsky
Maker
Software engineer, Railsware
Hey there, Product Hunters! I'm Alex, a software engineer who loves to build small and useful apps and tools. I've built Swifty as a part of an educational project where I was teaching students. Password manager seemed like a nice idea to showcase desktop apps development with Electron. And in the end, I decided to share with the world what we came up with as I've started to use it and improve it for myself. It is still in beta and may have some minor bugs :) However, it is lightweight, non-obtrusive, intuitive and free, so you might want to check it out.
Upvote (2)
Share
Is this opensource and clientside?
Upvote
Share
Alex Chaplinsky
Maker
Software engineer, Railsware
@kevint_o_m_a_s Yes, it is open source and mostly written in JavaScript
Upvote (5)
Share
Do you have any plan to publish Android and iOS app?
Upvote
Share
Alex Chaplinsky
Maker
Software engineer, Railsware
@amirrammari Yes, some time in the future. iOS would be first.
Upvote
Share
1- about encryption passwords? 2- is ti sync on various devices?
Upvote
Share
Alex Chaplinsky
Maker
Software engineer, Railsware
@daidardi 1 - All sensitive data is encrypted with AES-256 algorithm 2 - You can sync between devices with Google Drive for now
Upvote
Share
ConstantinDev ∙ Maker ∙ Blogger
Hey Alex this looks great at first glance. I had a fantasy of building something like it but I'm glad I don't have to anymore. Without looking at the source code, I'm assuming you are handling the encryption in JS/clientside?
Upvote
Share
Alex Chaplinsky
Maker
Software engineer, Railsware
@brbcoding Hey, well right now things are encrypted in node.js process not on client side. But for security sake it makes sense to encrypt data as soon as possible, so encryption is going to migrate to client side in next releases.
Upvote (1)
Share