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Vaulteq

Password management revolutionised in physical form

Vaulteq

Password management revolutionised in physical form

Vaulteq has made the world’s first physical password manager. We believe in giving people the option to store their passwords and vital digital information in their home. Vaulteq is robust. It features military grade encryption with two-factor authentication and it's memory is waterproof, temperature-proof, shock-proof, and x-ray proof.

We want to simplify how you do passwords. We want to enable you to take back control of your digital life.

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How does it compare to something like Touch ID and Keychain on iOS? Is the main differentiator to existing solutions that everything is stored locally on the device? Curious to hear more.
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Keychain is a tool to store (for example) passwords locally on Apple devices, Apple provides users with iCloud to share Keychain in order to enable them to use Keychain on all devices. Storing your passwords locally on a Smartphone or PC is not safe, also it is not safe to store passwords in the cloud. Keeping your passwords in a cloud-based manager is replacing one security problem with another. That’s why we made Vaulteq. We designed it to be your own personal vault for your passwords, digital wallet, and vital records. Now, you don’t have to worry about where your passwords and crucial information are stored or how secure they are in the cloud - they’re all stored with military grade security in your Vaulteq, sitting in your home. We want to simplify how you do passwords while keeping your vital information safe, secure, and accessible to you.
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The Vaulteq app is also integrated with TouchID on top of our own 2 Factor Authentication for extra security.
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Awesome product! How does Vaulteq prevent thieves from stealing information?
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@VAULTEQcom It seems to me like the downside to this is that you only have your passwords with you when you have the VaultEQ device with you, and what happens if you lose the VaultEQ device?

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