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Yonir Posted - 07 May 2018 : 23:06:49
Password Agent's Android version is "Pre-release beta version".
Is the program final enough that you can say it is secure? (regardless of the fact that I need to manually get the .pwa file to the phone etc.)
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Yonir Posted - 11 May 2018 : 15:14:43
That will do, Thanks!
Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 08 May 2018 : 00:14:14
Generally speaking, Windows version somewhat more secure than Android version as at present plain text leaks from process memory of current app may be possible on Android. But the risk for typical user is small, it requires root to dump/access process memory and even if dumped then that does not mean someone can see all your data. Currently plain text can theoretically leak to process memory in small quantities through painting routines and edit boxes (when item details are open). In conclusion I'd say that the app as is is likely much more secure than most password manager apps in Play store, of which many are just plain joke.

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