Password Manager that Enables You to Keep Everything in An Encrypted Archive that Can Be Stored Locally or Online, in A Cloud Service
Using different passwords for each of your accounts is the least you can do in terms of protecting your privacy. This way, if one of your accounts is compromised, all others remain safe.
Buttercup is a NodeJS based password manager that helps you keep track of all your credentials, enables you to keep everything organized into groups, and encrypts the archives when saving them locally or in the cloud.
Create password archives and keep them protected by a master passkey
The Buttercup password manager is designed to work with archives, and each archive has it’s master key used to encrypt the data. The utility is using an AES 256bit CBC mode combined with a SHA256 HMAC.
Right off the bat, Buttercup prompts you to create a new archive, and you get to decide if you want to store it locally or want to connect with an online storage solution and make them available remotely.
Buttercup is able to work with Dropbox, OneCloud, or WebDAV servers, and you need to authorize the application to connect to the respective accounts. Naturally, you can simply open existing archives, or create new ones.
Organize your credentials into categories and add custom fields to input all the information
Once you open an archive window, Buttercup allows you to quickly create new groups and add as many entries as you like into each category. The manager enables you to sort the entries ascending or descending by title or time, and also features a simple search tool.
By default, each new Buttercup entry panel prompts you for a title, a username, and a password. For your convenience, Buttercup features a password generator that can use characters and words, and can include letters, numbers, symbols, and can be memorable.
At the same time, Buttercup offers you the option to add as many custom fields as you like so that you can include all the relevant information related to a particular account.
Password manager that encrypts your data and features intuitive management solutions
Buttercup proposes an alternative solution for organizing your passwords and making them available remotely while also encrypting everything to protect the information.
Keep in mind that Buttercup can import data from KeePass and 1Password archives, so you don’t have to input the information all over again manually.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Buttercup for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂