Network-free offline storage
PasswordPocket is an offline hardware device, and everything stored on it is military-grade protected with E2EE and AES256 encryption. This makes it impossible for someone to learn anything by intercepting or hacking your data since it is not connected to the Internet.
Exclusive master key access
Your master key is the exclusive key for accessing your PasswordPocket - only you hold the key to unlock it. Data stored on your PasswordPocket is protected with our exclusive algorithms, which combines with your master key, to completely protect your data. In other words, your PasswordPocket will remain secure and private as long as you keep your master key confidential and not disclose to anyone. Even Atlancube won't be able to unlock it, since we don't have your master key.
Military-grade data protection
AES 256-bit Encryption
PasswordPocket uses AES 256-bit algorithm to encrypt data. AES is an advanced encryption standard issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in which 256-bit is the highest encryption level, and is often used for the protection of military confidential documents.
Data stored on PasswordPocket is safeguarded with end-to-end encryption technology. This means that data is encrypted prior to being transmitted via Bluetooth and can only be decrypted upon arrival, guaranteeing absolute protection against interception during transmission.
Password-Based Key Derivation Function 2（PBKDF2）
PBKDF2 enhances the complexity of the encryption key, causing brute force attacks to take an extended time to test for the correct password and interpret data. However, as PasswordPocket operates without the need for an Internet connection, it fundamentally reduces the chances of hackers attempting to crack passwords.