Over 4.2 Billion Records Were Exposed in 2016
The number of reported data breaches exceeded 4,000 and 53.3% of them were the result of hacking.
Multiple mechanisms work together to ensure that you are the only one having access to your sensitive information.
Your data is end-to-end encrypted by design – even Cyclonis staff and servers don’t have access to it.
The same encryption algorithm used by governments, financial institutions, and in military applications.
Your vault is designed so that your personal information can only be accessed with your personal master password.
Our Password Generator is designed to help you strengthen your passwords. The built-in generation algorithm can generate more complex passwords.
This feature is designed to further increase the strength of your vault.
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