ProtonPass is a password manager, similar with LastPass, 1Password and other password managers. It uses end-to-end encryption for storying your email-password entries, notes, payment details, bank accounts and other small blocks of information that are very important to the user.
I hope that maybe one day this becomes a product :)
Have a nice day(wear a mask, wash your hands, keep physical distance!)
אברהם צבאן commented
Like firefox lockwise?
This is an amazing idea. I generate a very secure password, but I copy and paste it from a .txt file on my PC because there simply is no way for me to remember all these symbols and letters.
I like securesafe, it's not the best password manager but I trust it
I like the idea.
But honestly if ProtonDrive would do synced drives with PC and phones, together with KeePass it would be perfect.
I think it will take a lot of time to beat 1password ;)
Ryan W commented
1Password is by far the best password manager across platform without any user intervention or other quirky BS. If Proton created this service that would be great and would probably switch but it needs to be like them
Nicholas Stillman commented
I think this would be a good product considering the new changes to LastPass
Vid and MrBogski, thank you for your great comments. I totally agree.
In addition to those comments, wouldn't it be better to avoid expanding into creating vast mediocre unperfected products? Wouldn't it be better to avoid delaying timelines and perfect what already makes ProtonMail unique and excellent?
People like the idea of one platform to rule them all, but it just isn't realistic. The reason Apple is what it is today, is because they knew how to perfect and focus on a few products. Imagine that level of focus from Protonmail.
One can already find many of the services ProtonMail users are requesting and it would take years for ProtonMail to catch up. Some of these services requested on this site include:
Encrypted Knowledge Cloud Storage: Available with sync.com or pCloud
Zero Tracking Web Browser: Available with Brave, Firefox, or Tor
Password Manager: Available with 1Password or a multitude of others
Where do you find a good encrypted calendar? Where do you find reliable encrypted email? Where do you find encrypted contacts? The answer is ProtonMail. These 3 services fit nicely together, are unique, and reinforce the utility of one another.
I hope ProtonMail will make their core gorgeous, and pour their resources and time into them, before moving on. I hope they avoid the customer sirens requesting they do "everything" in the realm of security. People flock to companies that do a few things truly great, not to ones that do a lot of things mediocre.
If you agree, I found a nice feature request to "focus on your core", where your votes would be great. Also, feel free to repost this anywhere people are getting carried away requesting features, or send it to management if anyone knows how. We can help this great company focus on being great instead of getting carried away.
micheal phil commented
This is an issue 3 - why deleted AOL Email reappearing in my AOL Email inbox - https://www.talk2techguru.com/forums/topic/why-aol-deleted-email-comes-back
While this sounds like a great idea, remember the saying Don't put all your eggs in one basket. While I have been a member of Protonmail since the Beta days years ago, I use Bitwarden to store my passwords, I then use Authy for 2FA, and I use Yubico for my physical security keys. ProtonMail is safe and I love it but you never know when a databreach will happen. So it's always better for you the consumer to spread out your security. Sometimes it can be a little inconvienent but you always want redundancy. There's a saying in storage, if your data isn't backed up at least 3 times then it's not truly backed up. Security is the same thing, have your recovery codes saved elsewhere than the main product your using for 2FA/MFA.
Do we really need another KeePass?
Just use KeePass XC, if you run Linux. Works well even on Windows, for that matter.
I don't think this is a worthwhile feature, let them work on security instead.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, of course, but things you can't see, are far more important than another Password Manager? Check the Wiki link below, you might change your mind. Change the X's to T's obviously.
yes, like lastpass.. simple to use
I don't think this is a good idea. Bitwarden already exists and it has the same ethos and everything of proton. I don't disagree with integrating more tightly with Bitwarden but I wouldn't want to see time and energy that could be spent elsewhere put into reinventing (and undercutting) a product I love.
I do hope it becomes a product
this is a GREAT idea!
Satchel McKee commented
ProtonPass should also come with disposable virtual cards that can be funded by credit or debit card for secure online purchases. It would be a good for way Proton Technologies to earn more revenue as well by charging merchants a transaction fee. I really hope this happens for security sake.
Maybe using the code from: bitwarden, which it is already a super good password manager. It could simple be a modification of this code that would allow you to save your vault inside ProtonDrive, rather than creating a password manager from scratch.