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Vault for passwords

Hypervault has a built-in password manager, made to collaborate between your teams... or your clients. Use the folders in your vault to bring structure to your passwords.

Automatically load credentials in login forms, so you don't have to remember your passwords. You can also generate strong passwords here or in your Chrome or Edge browser with our browser extension.

Password template fields

The password template consists of the following fields:

LabelA descriptive name for the credential
URLThe URL associated with the credential
UsernameThe primary username for the credential
Secondary UsernameAn optional secondary username for the credential
PasswordThe password associated with the credential
File UploadAn optional file upload, such as a private key or certificate, associated with the credential
NotesAny additional notes or details related to the credential
TagsOptional tags for categorizing and organizing credentials

Each template has the ability to add custom sections and custom fields. You can extend the password template to your own needs with these attributes, for example:

EmailThe email address associated with the credential
Account NumberThe account number associated with the credential
Account TypeThe type of account associated with the credential
Account StatusThe current status of the account, such as active or closed
Security QuestionAn optional security question associated with the credential
Security AnswerThe answer to the security question, if applicable
Phone NumberThe phone number associated with the credential

Store all sensitive client information in your vault. Add companies, contact persons, EIN numbers, account numbers, banking information, …

Company NameThe name of the client company.
Contact PersonThe name and contact information of the person responsible for the account.
EIN NumberThe Employer Identification Number (EIN) assigned to the company.
Account NumberThe account number assigned to the client by the service provider.
Banking InformationThe bank account information used for payments and transactions.
NotesAny additional notes or comments about the client.
TagsKeywords or labels used to categorize the client for easy retrieval.

Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are legal contracts used to protect sensitive information shared between parties, such as trade secrets, proprietary information, and confidential business strategies. NDAs are often used in business partnerships, employment agreements, and other situations where the disclosure of confidential information could be harmful to one or more parties. Due to the sensitive nature of the information contained in NDAs, it is important to store them securely in a vault to prevent unauthorized access, theft, or loss. Hypervault encrypts your NDAs for maximum protection.

PartiesThe names and contact information of the parties involved in the NDA agreement.
Definition of Confidential InformationA clear definition of the types of information that are considered confidential and protected under the NDA.
Obligations of the RecipientThe specific obligations and restrictions placed on the recipient of the confidential information, including the prohibition against disclosure to third parties.
DurationThe length of time during which the NDA remains in effect and the confidential information must be kept confidential.
RemediesThe legal remedies available to the disclosing party in the event of a breach of the NDA, such as injunctive relief or monetary damages.
Governing Law and JurisdictionThe laws and jurisdiction that govern the NDA and any disputes that may arise under it.
Signatures and DatesThe signatures of all parties involved in the NDA and the dates on which the NDA was executed.