The service provides both installed software and a hosted service for management of online passwords and other authentication credentials. It allows secure access to login information for all company systems and assets, including simple and complex combinations of passwords, PIN codes, license keys, etc. It allows sharing of access among colleagues with appropriate access privileges, along with strict control and auditing of user activity in secured systems.
API methods support authentication specifying varying groupings of user permissions, with returned data providing authentication credentials with that level of access. Methods also support creating and managing favorites lists to further subdivide listings of secret keys and access credentials.
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