Passamaru is a new generation password manager that gives you the ability to opt out of storing passwords.
Yes, it’s not a typo. It is not mandatory to store passwords, and a password manager without passwords is possible. Just use mnemonics and remember passwords using the site name, username, or even just one character.
In some cases, you do not even need to create a new entry in the program’s library, which means that there will be no digital footprint in the device’s memory. Hacking a password manager that doesn’t store passwords makes no sense. At the same time, you can easily recover your password on any other device.
All information with training examples in several languages are available on the official website passamaru.com.
create and storage mnemonic passwords
create and storage classic passwords
create and storage two factors passwords
create and storage fast passwords
safe storage bank cards information
safe storage text (e-mail, site, coin, ...)
encrypt backup copy