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abylon KEYSAFE

Manage Passwords With a Physical Key or Password

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Maybe you’ve taken to keeping all of your passwords the same, so you can remember them. Or even worse, maybe you’ve started to write down all of your passwords in one spot. Besides violating every common sense rule about data security, how does one manage all of these passwords? With today’s discount software promotion, abylon KEYSAFE!

abylon KEYSAFE lets you manage all of your passwords, either with a master password or by using a physical key. With abylon KEYSAFE, you can safeguard all of your passwords using two different encryption methods, and all you need to do is remember one master password.

Want to be even more secure? Use abylon KEYSAFE in combination with a physical key to unlock access to your passwords in the form of a USB flash drive, a CD, a chip card, or a certificate!

No matter what method you use, abylon KEYSAFE lets you fill in passwords in browser forms or dialog boxes just by dragging and dropping them. Best of all, you can use abylon KEYSAFE to generate random passwords, which are the safest ones of all!

    Please notice below the improvements made in version 22:
  • The USB version for mobile use has been optimized.
  • Any session keys used now uniformly SHA-256
  • Firefox browser (from version 44) accepts drag & drop again
  • Many small improvements and bug fixes
  • The user name and the password can be copied from the Keysafe dialog to the clipboard with one click (button)! For security reasons the clipboard will be cleared after 10 seconds.

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Fred Thank you Constanin, it did come through.
Oct 22 2016 at 11:38am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde @Frank: Sorry, but we currently do not support Android.
abylonsoft - Oct 23 2016 at 1:27am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde Hi XM,
the advanced settings can be opened as follows:

In the abylon KEYSAFE dialog on the "Settings" page via the grey gear wheel icon (Advanced Settings). If this is not displayed, it is hidden. It can be selected via the pull-down menu on the right side of the icon bar. Or the dialogue must be broadened a little.

By calling SASafeX64. EXE (32bit: SASafe. EXE) with the parameter "PROPERTIES". (Example:" SASafeX64.EXE /PROPERTIES")

Note: The abylon KYSAFE cannot open a 2nd instance. It therefore closes immediately after a new start. If it is not yet open, it can be that it is only displayed as a task icon (next to the clock).
abylonsoft - Nov 3 2017 at 2:24am Copy Link
XM Thanks, Thomas. Resolved. Very helpful.
Nov 3 2017 at 12:49pm Copy Link
Noggin The Nog Are you not able to comment on my experience of Outlook crashing when I attemtp to send an email via Cryptmail?
Dec 18 2017 at 7:34am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde Hi Noggin The Nog,
I have had to complete an urgent mission today and I am only now coming to an answer.

I am afraid that whenever I tried to send encrypted mail using Cryptmail, Outlook crashed. This was not linked to my using the Yubikey, since it also happened when I had set the encryption method to password. It would be of interest to me if it worked, since there seem to be few products that store in unencrypted form email sent in encrypted form.
>> This could be because a 32-bit version of Outlook is often installed on a 64-bit operating system. Our software detects the operating system and installs the appropriate version on the computer. However, a 64-bit dll causes a crash in a 32-bit program. In this case we offer a corresponding 32-bit single version of Cryptmail (Link: exe).

Keysafe worked, and worked with my Yubikey, although in the Administration Settings it showed that there was no compatible usb stick available. What would be a compatible usb stick or smart card? I am looking for an alternative to Roboform, since Roboform will only sync with Android via the cloud, which is an obvious security risk, and I think some form of 2fa would be desirable for such a hot target.
>> In the settings under "Encryption ALG" it is shown whether the stick was detected:
- Flash -> SYMM-System
- Certificate token -> HYBRID-System

I was invited on each occasion when I used my Yubikey to record a long password in case of loss of my Yubikey, and it was the same password on each occasion. I think I said it provides one time passwords, but on reflection I doubt that. Is the password a copy of the pass provided by the Yubikey, or an alternative?
>> Yeah, that's what I think.

I found that the file encryption worked. Basic was not mentioned in the interface, but I assume that that is what was encrypting the file. I could not work out what Sharedrive was doing. I found it very attractive to have a form of 2fa for file encryption, on the assumption that it would considerably increase the security of hot data. It would be very useful if it could be available in the password manager and if that could synchronise with portable devices, so that hot data would be synchronised and better protected on portable devices.
>> We would also like to offer the abylon KEYSAFE for Android, but there are two problems:
1. As non-Americans, it is immensely time-consuming and demanding to offer a high level of encryption.
2. The time required to develop a corresponding app

I noticed that the links in the file context menu did not work on my system –the file Shredder and the Cryptassistant etc.
>> Could you write what operating system you are using? Is there an error message or what does it say?
abylonsoft - Dec 18 2017 at 9:44am Copy Link
Noggin The Nog Hi Thomas,

Thanks for your reply.

I am using 32 bit xp pro sp3.

With reference to Cryptmail, I do not therefore have a 32bit version of Outlook installed on a 32 bit OS. But do I need specifically to install a 32 bit version of Cryptmail?

With reference to the links in the context menu, there was no error message - just an absence of any response to clicking on the links.
Dec 19 2017 at 4:11am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde Hi Noggin The Nog,

If the operating system is 32-bit, then our software is also completely installed in 32-bit. It should not be a problem in this respect.

I assume that you have downloaded the setup of abylon ENTERPRISE from our homepage. This is created with Visual Studio 2015 and requires the framework ". NET 4.0". Especially for XP and 7 we offer a version with ". NET 3.5". This should cause less problems under XP and can be downloaded at the following link:

The problem with the right mouse button menu in File Explorer under XP needs to be looked at again.

We apologize for this version mess. But Microsoft does not make it easy with its version policy for Windows and Office.

Best regards
abylonsoft - Dec 20 2017 at 3:13am Copy Link
Noggin The Nog Thanks Thomas. Rather than reinstall the Enterprise version, I wonder whether you would be able to let me have the Net3.5 version of Cryptmail, please? I originally installed just the Enterprise version as the most direct and comprehensive way to try the programs, but would not need all of the functions in the Enterprise version. Is Cryptmail the only program you provide with the Net3.5/Net4.0 issue?

On occasions when I used my Yubikey, I was invited to record a long password in case of loss of my Yubikey, and it was the same password on each occasion. Is the password a copy of the pass provided by the Yubikey, or an alternative?
Dec 20 2017 at 6:07am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde Hi Noggin The Nog,
no, we offer all software products in 2 versions. As our English homepage is not up to date, this offer is only available via the German homepage. But it's very simple:

Download link for Windows 8 and 10: www .[program name]. exe
Download link for Windows XP, Vista and 7: www .[program name]. exe

The easiest way to do this is to copy the download link from the english language and add the string "vc2008_".

At abylon CRYPTMAIL we offer a 3rd version, which is especially for 32-Bit Office on a 64-Bit operating system:
Downlad link: exe

The long password is probably the emergency password (SecureID), which can be used if the hardware key is broken or lost.
abylonsoft - Dec 20 2017 at 6:25am Copy Link
Noggin The Nog Thanks Thomas.

Are you saying that I should copy the download link on the English webpage for whatever program I wish to download, and then add to the end of the link address the string "vc2008_" in order to download the XP version?

Is the emergency password a copy of what is on the yubikey, or an independent password created by your software?
Dec 20 2017 at 7:23am Copy Link
Thomas Klabunde Hi Noggin The Nog,
No, not exactly.
The string is set before the file name of the Windows 10 Download. The path remains the same. Example:"keysafe. exe" and "vc2008_keysafe. exe"!
Another option is to click on the German flag at the top left of the download page. If you move the mouse over the big button, a menu opens with both setups!

With Yubikey I think our software recognizes it as a flash memory (presumption). Then our software saves a file on the stick and detects certain hardware data, such as the serial number. This is commonly used as the encryption key.

Best regard
abylonsoft - Dec 20 2017 at 9:20am Copy Link
Andrey P I downloaded and installed keysafe22_bdj.exe and tried to enter CD-key and registration information sent to me by email, but the program keeps complaining that the registration information is incorrect. If there a way to solve this issue?
Jan 31 at 6:06am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Andrey P, I just sent you an email about this.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jan 31 at 9:17am Copy Link
Andrey P It worked with the new key, thanks.
Jan 31 at 9:40am Copy Link

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