The Remote Vault application capsule enables you to manage your passwords securely within your Private Cyberspace and share some of them with other Private Cyberspaces securely, if desired.
You can access Remote Vault in your Private Cyberspace under the Campus Applications.
The colour of a Campus Application buttons within the Private Cyberspace indicates the level of encryption used for different applications.
Having a Green button means the Remote Vault application is End-to-End Encrypted, the data is encrypted before being sent to the server. So only the end-user devices have access to the data, the server does NOT.
Blue button applications are Server Encrypted during transit (between end-user device to server) and when stored (on the server's permanent storage), but the server have access to the data
You can put any Password Management application into your Remote Vault capsule, currently the following End-to-End Encrypted software are supported by most incubators:
Vaultwarden is based on the Bitwarden
VaultWarden only supports a subset of Bitwarden's features, which is enough in most cases.
Vaultwarden is compatible with Bitwarden Clients:
Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.x8bit.bitwarden
iOS - Bitwarden Password Manager on the App Store
Windows - https://vault.bitwarden.com/download/?app=desktop&platform=windows
macOS - Bitwarden on the Mac App Store
Linux - https://vault.bitwarden.com/download/?app=desktop&platform=linux
Chrome - Bitwarden - Free Password Manager - Chrome Web Store
Safari - Bitwarden on the Mac App Store
More downloads are available at Bitwarden Download.
Remote Vault runs a backend server in the Campus Zone to take advantage of the campus' high security and reliability.