A password manager is a built-in VIPole service for storing encrypted passwords and sharing passwords with contacts securely. You can arrange passwords in groups. In VIPole password manager, you can generate random strong passwords for the services you use and store them securely.
By default, the password manager is protected with a secret phrase. You can also set a special unlock code or turn off the protection when you are authorized. In the application security settings, there are three options for access: a secret phrase, a short unlock code, or the unprotected access.
To open a password manager: Main menu > Services > Password manager.
Another option – tap on in the toolbar at the bottom of the application window.
To access your password manager, enter your secret phrase or the application unlock code if you have set it.
After you are inactive in the password manager for several minutes, it closes automatically.
To add a new password:
- Click on the button in the upper right corner of the password manager.
- Specify the information about the password. You can add a file to the record.
- Click on to save the record.
To create a new group of passwords, click on on the left from the list of passwords, create a name and click on . Now you can add passwords to this group. When you add a new password or edit the one that was added before, you can choose a group where it will be stored.
To open a password manager: Main menu > Passwords > Enter your secret phrase.
To add a new password: tap on + in the upper right corner > Add password.
To create a new group of passwords tap on + in the upper right corner > Add group.
To edit a record, tap on it. Records contain logins, passwords and additional information.
To open a password manager: More > Passwords > Enter your secret phrase.
To add a new password: tap on the menu icon (three dots) in the upper right corner > Add password.
To create a new group of passwords tap on the menu icon (three dots) > Add group.
To edit a record, tap on it. You can copy, edit or share your record.