Passpack keeps your logins safe, organized and available 24/7.
You can even securely send passwords and messages to people you trust.
To make a backup, go to Tools > Backup from within your account. Choose your backup key options (see below) then click Continue. Once your backup is ready to download, you should see a Save to Disk button. Click that button and your backup will download to your computer. That's it. Make sure you save your backup in a safe place, and that you remember where you put it.
You would make a backup with a Backup Key from the first account. Then, in the second account, use the restore function to fill that account with the backed up data. You can safely swap data this way with another person without revealing your usual Packing Key.
If you choose to use a Backup Key, two fields will appear. Type in the Backup Key that you'd like to use - it must have a quality rating of 64 or better (actually 128 would be best) then repeat it to make sure you haven't mistyped.
The backup will include all passwords that you own. That means that if you created a password, it will be backed up. It doesn't matter if you are sharing it with someone else or not.
Passwords that someone else created, and are shared with you, will not be included in the backup.
No, as of now, just your password entries and relative tags will be backed up.
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