Passwordstate is an internally hosted web-based solution for secure management of passwords, where teams of people can access and share sensitive password resources.
Role based administration and end-to-end event auditing, provides a secure platform for password storage and collaboration. 256bit AES data encryption, code obfuscation and enterprise scalability makes it the Enterprise Password Manager of choice.
Passwordstate is built upon the concept of role-based access. This includes access to password information, administering the Passwordstate application, and various features within Passwordstate. Read More.
60 different events within Passwordstate are audited, with each of them being reportable by different roles within Passwordstate. This level of auditing facilitates compliance to various regulatory acts such as Sox & PCI DDS. Read More.
In addition to Active Directory Authentication, you can also choose two-factor authentication using RSA's SecurID, Google Authenticator or Emailing a Temporary Pin Code. A total of 11 different authentication options are available when authenticating to Passwordstate, or accessing Password Lists. Read More.
Integrate the Passwordstate API into your own applications, eliminating hard-coded passwords. Write your own scripts or code to retrieve, update and add passwords to the system, and maintain standard auditing & real-time notifications through-out the process.
Passwordstate has 47 different built-in email notifications. These can be customized or disabled by the Security Administrators of Passwordstate, and each user can specify which email notifications they would like to receive. Read More.
Import users & security groups from Windows Active Directory, authenticate and apply permissions using these credentials, and keep account status and security group memberships synchronized.
Need access to your password resources when you're out of the office? Use the Passwordstate Mobile Client which supports iOS, Android, Windows 8 Phone and Blackberry mobile platforms. Read More.
Set a schedule for automatically resetting expiring passwords, and synchronize the resets between Passwordstate and Active Directory, or any local accounts on Windows Servers.
As passwords are updated in Passwordstate, you can also update the corresponding passwords in Active Directory, or for any local accounts on Windows Servers. Various account processes are also available like, unlocking the account in AD, enabling, disabling, and checking the option for a 'reset required on next logon'.
With multiple Active Directory Domain support, and built on Microsoft's web and database platforms, you can scale your solution from a single user to the enterprise.
To protect the privacy of sensitive data, all passwords are stored within the database using 256 Bit AES Encryption, and sensitive code is protected by the use of precompiled ASP.NET pages and obfuscated .NET Assemblies. Read More.