How can I protect my Password Boss account?
- Keep your Master Password to yourself don’t share it with anyone
- Create a complex Master Password that includes both numbers and capital letters
- Use a virus protection software and a firewall on any computer you use
- Only install programs from people or companies that you trust
- Don’t write your password on something that other people can find
What happens if Password Boss’ servers are hacked?
Not much. All of the usernames, passwords, and personal data stored in Password Boss are encrypted and decrypted locally. This means that your data is never sent to the Password Boss servers without being fully secured. If someone were to successfully pass all of our
security measures and hack the Password Boss servers, they still wouldn’t have access to your data.
What happens if someone steals my device with Password Boss on it?
A remote delete feature enables you to quickly remove the Password Boss data from a lost or stolen device. If your phone is stolen, you can quickly and easily wipe all of the Password Boss data from it to ensure the thief can’t access your personal information. In addition, you
can count on the secure cloud backup to repopulate your data on the new device as soon as you receive it.
What happens if a site I have an account with is hacked?
We keep a constant eye on security breaches and other online security updates. If Password Boss detects that you have an account on a site that recently suffered a security breach, we will send you an instant notification to change your password for the site.
Can I use my fingerprint instead of a password for Password Boss?
If you are using iOS you can quickly unlock your Password Boss account using your fingerprint instead of entering your Master Password or PIN code.
What happens if I forget my Master Password?
In order to ensure that you are the only person who can access your account, we do not store your Master Password anywhere. If you forget it, you will not be able to access your Password Boss account.
Is another person able to see my account information if I share it with them?
Yes and no. Password Boss will mask all of your account information when you share it with someone. This means that they will not be able to see or steal your information through the software. However, once the person is logged into your account, they could potentially go to
your account settings and change the password or other user information within the website or application. Because of this, we recommend you only share your account with people you trust.
When I share my credit card information with someone, how do I know they won’t keep it?
With Password Boss, you can give someone access to a specific credit card and set an expiration time for their access. This means that you can let your coworker borrow your card information for thirty minutes when they run out to grab lunch or let a friend borrow it for a
night when they forgot their wallet at home. No matter the situation, you have complete control over your information.
Can Password Boss employees see my account information?
Not at all. Your information is always encrypted except for when it is decrypted locally on your personal devices. This means that Password Boss employees can never see your Master Password or any personal data other than your Password Boss username and other general
Password Boss account information.
Does Password Boss store my bank login information?
Yes, if you choose to, Password Boss stores your bank login credentials securely in a secure database using multilayered encryption. We only store the information needed to save you the trouble of updating, syncing or uploading financial information manually. Your bank login information, along with all of the other data you store in Password Boss, is fully encrypted and only you have access to the data.