Dropbox, a common cloud storage service, has announced that Dropbox Passwords, their password manager, will be accessible to all free Dropbox users. The service was initially only available to Dropbox Plus and Dropbox Professional subscribers, but it will be included in the free Dropbox Basic plan starting in April of this year.
Dropbox Passwords has a simple, identical design to Dropbox’s main cloud storage service, and it employs zero-knowledge encryption to ensure that only the user has access to their passwords. It works on a variety of platforms, allowing users to avoid having to remember all of their passwords for all of their accounts.
Dropbox Passwords features include,
✔ Up to 50 passwords can be stored in one safe location.
With automatic syncing on up to three computers, you can access these passwords from anywhere.
✔ Any password can be securely shared with others (it will come later)
If these features aren’t appropriate, users can switch to a paid plan, which starts at $9.99 per month and includes up to 2TB of cloud storage as well as other premium features.
Dropbox Basic Plan users will be able to use ‘Dropbox passwords’ from April 2021.