aWallet Password Manager
by: Synpet • 17.6K
To you have the faintest idea of how many passwords you store in your head? Sometimes we opt for always using the same one, but that's not a very safe method; once one password is stolen, all of them are. For that reason it's advised that we use different passwords for every site or service we use online, and that the passwords themselves have a certain level of complexity. If you don't want to run the risk of forgetting them, this password manager is a great solution, so that you'll always have them to hand.
aWallet Password Manager is a good password manager. We like it because it offers a high level of security to protect your passwords, and because it lets you manage them via a useful category system. You'll easily be able to find the passwords for your bank account, email addresses, computer login, online shopping sites, and credit cards. If you want, you can also add new folders and tailor the app a little bit more to your needs.
The app design is quite basic. You won't find any kind of sophistication here, although to be frank it's not really needed. Being able to keep control of our passwords is enough for us!
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Jul 08, 2015
Android Wallet Password Manager
• Securely stores your passwords, credit card information, e-banking credentials, web accounts and other custom data.
• There is a built in Editor for changing or creating new data Categories with custom icons.
• Search within fields.
• Contains no advertisements.
• Supports backup and restore of the encrypted data file to the Android USB device.
• Export of unencrypted data in CSV format to the USB device.
• There is an Auto lock feature that can be preconfigured for a specific period of time.
PRO FEATURES, available via single In-app billing payment:
• Password Generator
• CSV Import
• Unlock with fingerprint (on a compatible device with Android 6)
• All data is encrypted, including Entry names, Category definitions and the data itself. Even the choice of Favorite Category is encrypted.
• Encrypts data using AES and Blowfish algorithms with key sizes of 256, 192 and 128 bits. And also supports Triple DES with key sizes of 168 and 112 bits.
• When the data file is decrypted, up to all combinations of algorithm, key size and cipher mode of operation (CBC, CFB, OFB and ECB) are tried with the Master password to unlock the data file. This was inspired by TrueCrypt and makes brute force attacks longer. The app itself does not store any hint to the actual cipher, key size or cipher mode of operation.
• Uses a randomly generated 'salt' combined with the Master password. Salt helps to protect from off-line dictionary attacks.
• The key to open the data file is created by combining your master password with the 512-bit 'salt'. The result is hashed 1000 times by SHA-256. Repetitive hashing makes a brute force attack more difficult.
• Supports auto destruction of the data file after a predefined number of unsuccessful unlocks have been tried.
• Unlike other similar Android apps aWallet has no internet access permission (forever). The only permissions this app has is to access to the USB device to backup/restore the data file in case you lose your phone. USB device access is also needed to export to CSV file format. Permission is also granted to the Google Play billing service to allow for the optional purchase of the aWallet Pro features.
For more info see http://www.awallet.org/
If you like this App, rate it in the Google Play. If you have any suggestions, just let me know.
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