Dropbox Introduces Password Manager With Zero-Knowledge Encryption

Dropbox password manager icon

The Dropbox password manager can be found on the App Store, offering zero-knowledge encryption. At the moment it’s by invitation only and appears that you’ll need a paid Dropbox account to use it.

Dropbox Password Manager

The app uses zero-knowledge encryption. This means that  your master password for the app is encrypted using a key that is only stored on your device. Not all password managers have this feature; many use end-to-end encryption for everything.

  • Sign in to apps and websites with one click
  • Store passwords as you sign in to sites and apps
  • Access your passwords from anywhere with automatic syncing to all your devices

Dropbox password manager screenshots

You can find the password manager on the App Store here.

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