A password manager stores, and many times submits passwords on behalf a user to sites and applications. Since a strong combination of numbers, letters and symbols is often difficult to remember, many choose to implement password managers to avoid the dangers of memorizable, phrases reused at multiple sites.
When users recycle passwords, one site’s compromise might affect another. Because of this, it is paramount that users submit unique codes at each application/website. With a password manager, users can more easily implement a unique password with every application that they use.
While password managers provide a worthy service, they do not provide protection from attack vectors that can include: man-in-the-middle attacks, sniffer attacks, trojan attacks, and man-in-the-browser type threats. SAASPASS offers the convenience of a password manager with the added advantage of dynamic passwords that enhance security.