How can a small business owner administer passwords to employees without giving up control?
How can professionals safely share login information when collaborating on a project?
What to do when your spouse needs access to the electric company login?
With Secure Sharing you will be able to give access to trusted friends, family or colleagues. Here are some key points:
You can share without giving out your Packing Key.
You can pick and choose which entries you’d like to share and with whom.
You can decide if others can just read those entries, or if they can make changes too.
You can revoke sharing privileges at any time, maintaining full control.
You can set up groups of entries to share with groups of people.
You don’t need to sync anything, and you can choose to override any changes others make.
PassPack is based on what’s called the Host-Proof Hosting pattern. That means that not even PassPack staff is able to see what you folks are storing on our servers. Your passwords are for your eyes only.
With Secure Sharing – PassPack still can’t see your passwords and they can not be intercepted during sharing.
So while collaboration in a “regular” web application is a bit of a no-brainer, with PassPack it’s a complicated encryption process called Shared Host-Proof Hosting (US patent pending).
This has been in the pipeline from day one, though we only introduced the concept for the first time at RomagnaCamp to a group of our peers.
The upcoming Beta 6 release will pave the road for Secure Sharing.