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Two-step verification

It would be a welcome addition to implement this as additional security layer.

Now if someone has your master password, he can instantly see all the stored data if he has the local database on his computer or smartphone.

I do not know if it is possible to add this, but it's something to think about for the future.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Jonas “Argger” Koch Think again...

      • Jonas “Argger” Koch commented  · 

        You technically already have Three Step Verification. Once you have to type in your Password from your Cloud Provider. Your Cloud Provider propably has two step. And you have to type in your SafeInCloud Password.
        I mean, it would be nice to have two step, but SafeInCloud would propably become more expensive.

      • Maon commented  · 

        Very good idea i support

      • Paul Shapiro commented  · 

        yes please to some form of two step verification.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Why not make it so you have to use your phones fingerprint reader to sign in on the computer?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        This would be an amazing security measure

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        This would be a huge benefit.

      • Fabio commented  · 

        Please add double auth with Google two factor

      • James commented  · 

        Need support for Yubikey Neo

      • Temple Pate commented  · 

        I'd prefer Google Auth Two Factor Myself :)

      • Julian Bendig commented  · 

        I would love to see a Yubikey Support :)
        At least for the desktop app

      • Alexis Flores commented  · 

        Adding that feature will cost money on monthly basis and most probably you'll need to pay a subscription fee, and not a one time payment like it is now

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Implement keyfile security method is simple!! Keyfile like in TrueKrypt.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        How about a key file like in keepass

      • J. Oliver commented  · 

        Fingerprint authentication on Win 7,8.x, and 10 would be pretty damn useful please... Also with Android 6.x Marshmallow...

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        How about an option to have a file located either on a phone or USB flash drive plus the password to unlock. great if you have a cloud backup. Without the file or text file it will not decrypt.Make the file not auto sync so the db is safe.

      • Vishal Singh commented  · 

        Of course, there should be more than that. It should be protected with more stringent algorithm like adding Google Authenticator and or SMS and favorite Q&A

      • Rieger, Andreas Dig-X-IT commented  · 

        Can you please explain a bit why a local yubikey authentication (or keyfile or figreprint) with a local database and a local installed software shouldn't work?

        When you say that it is not possible I'm really afraid I'm using the wrong password manager, because there are enough whrer this is possible.

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