The first password manager that logs you in without a password. Turn your picture, photo or sketch into your digital key.
AS SEEN IN: TECHCRUNCH, SLASHGEAR, BBC, THE GUARDIAN
Passage uses your phone’s camera to register and recognise real pictures, scribbles and photographs to securely store personal data like website passwords, bank details and more. See how it works at: https://youtu.be/XekEBdGop_0
- Passage saves all your private account details securely
- Uses real pictures and images to log you in, not more passwords
- Log in to your favourite websites with one tap
- Recover your information easily if your picture is lost
- Fast, easy, secure, and free
PICTURES WORTH A THOUSAND PASSWORDS
Forget using complicated or insecure means of securing your data - Passage turns photographs, doodles, sketches, IDs, business cards, bus tickets, flyers, and much more into your personal, secure login token. To register your picture, just hold it up to the camera while it is analyzed and saved. Once complete, Passage can recognise that picture again in a matter of seconds, with just a press of the thumb, to get you to your data quickly and easily.
SECURITY MADE SIMPLE
Passage stores personal data so that you no longer need to remember complicated passwords and account details, all in an innovative app that uses your camera and a picture to sign you in. No more complicated pass-phrases with 18 characters, uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters to remember. Just a single picture you keep with you.
SAFE KEEPING FOR MOBILE
Passage only requests your information when you need it, and doesn’t leave it hanging around on your device. The data is stored in an encrypted format that no one but you, using your phone and picture, can ever read. This data is only ever transferred over a secure connection to ensure your private data stays that way. Finally, if all your login details for a site are save, you can log in to that site with just one tap.
TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
We build Passage from the ground up to make security simple. We’d love to hear from you with any ideas or suggestions may have. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.