Zoho Vault is a password manager. Well, it is all that and a lot more. Perhaps it can be described as a “password manager on steroids.” Now Zoho has introduced even more security features.
Of course, everyone should use strong and unique passwords for every website and then change those passwords frequently. How many people actually do that? Zoho Vault actually automates the process.
The latest changes to Zoho Vault will periodically change the passwords of all your online accounts, or change them after a data breach and will update them across cross-functional teams. Zoho Vault automates this process just by clicking a single icon. Zoho Vault now automates password changes for 45 popular sites, including Twitter, Quora, Airbnb, etc. Even more web sites will be added in the coming weeks.
In addition to automatically changing passwords, Zoho Vault also captures the history of changes made to your username, password, and other fields. The last five changes are displayed when you click on an icon.
You can read about these and other new changes in the Zoho Blog at https://goo.gl/L35wxU.
Categories: Online Privacy & Security