eja client side password manager
to save your bookmarks, maybe your access credentials and any kind of
note either locally or on a remote server.
All data are always encrypted before being saved locally, sent to the
remote server or exported, so if someone else is intercepting them the
only realistic way to decrypt them is knowing the username and password
combination that you have used to encrypt them, thus if you forget them
your data are irremediably and forever lost.
- How do I sign-up/register?
- Just choose a username and a strong password and you are in. Of
course be careful in choosing your password which should be long and
maybe also include some special characters to prevent brute force
attacks to be able to sort it out, there is no limit on the length of
the username nor the password which at the end of the day are simply
keywords that will be used to generate a unique hash that then will be
used to encrypt the data, a long pass phrase for this reason is warmly
- Is this Password Manager safe?
- All operations in clear text
are happening at your side, the only data moved from your side are first
and always encrypted so the server is only saving encrypted data for
which it doesn't know nor will ever know the user/pass combination that
has been used to generate them. The real question should be if your
client side is safe enough to protect you. Are you sure and safe against
key loggers? Do you trust enough your browser provider? If so there is
no way do intercept your data nor to decrypt the server saved data apart
knowing the right user/pass combination.
- How do I recover my username/password combination?
- There does not, repeat, does not, exist any way to recover
your username/password combination because there is no way nor on the
server neither on the client side to know which combination generated
the specific file name on which the encrypted data are going to, or have
been, saved, neither of course to recover anyway the encrypted data on
the files without the right credentials.
- Can I avoid to write the username every time that I open the password manager?
- Yes, if you want avoid having to write always your username you can
use it as a third level part of the domain and the field will be
prefilled, for instance if the username that you want to use is
donald you can go straight to https://donald.password.eja.cloud and
the username field will be prepopulated with it.
- How do I choose if I want to save data locally or remotely?
- On the login screen if you click on the advanced checkbox you
can choose to save your links either locally, remote or both. You must
choose by the other side if you want to read them either from the
one eventually saved on your browser (local) or the ones saved on the
- Is there any way to check what is happening behind the curtains?
- Of course, again at the login screen if you click on advanced
you can also choose if you want the password manager to output
browser or on a special box (screen) that will be created at the
bottom of the page.
- How do I change password?
- A possible way is to export your data, sign-out, sign-in again with
a new password and import the previous exported data, while
importing indeed the pm will ask for an import password, in this
case use the one from which you exported the data, the username must
be the same for both accounts. Once that you have sucessfull imported the
data you should sign-in again with the old account and remove all
entries from there.