A password manager with zero-knowledge remote storage
Encryptr can be used to store passwords, PINs and other sensitive data, and safely share that data between devices via remote storage.
Only someone with your username and password can access the data, it is not accessible to the software developer, remote host, or anyone else in the communication chain.
released on 11 October 2014
git clone https://github.com/devgeeks/Encryptr.git
30 December 2014
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