First Sneak Peek at Passwordstate Version 9

At times it starts to feel overwhelming with the impact that COVID-19 is having on our extended global family and friends. So, we've been trying to distract ourselves by focusing on "other things". And here at Click Studios "other things" tends to … [Continue reading]

Securing your Web.config File

Click Studios has always strongly recommended that customers encrypt both their Database Connection String and their appSettings Sections of their Web.config file. These are considered part of Click Studios Best Practice approach for securing your … [Continue reading]

Using the New Browser Extensions with Passwordstate

Passwordstate's Browser Extensions allow for the secure saving and retrieval of your password credentials using the Passwordstate vault. These credentials can then be used to autofill your website's user name and password fields, streamlining the … [Continue reading]

Importing passwords from LastPass into Passwordstate

If you are a LastPass user and would like to migrate across to Passwordstate, please use this process below to migrate all of your LastPass data into our system Step 1: To export your data from Lastpass, select "Open my Vault" Go to "More Options" … [Continue reading]

New Chrome Browser Extension for Passwordstate

  **Available from Chrome Store Late September/Early October 2019** **Beta Available Now** **Instructions to install beta at bottom of this post**   One of the most popular features in Passwordstate are our Browser Extensions. These plugins for your … [Continue reading]

Passwordstate integration with Have I Been Pwned

If you are unfamiliar with Have I Been Pwned, it's a website created by Troy Hunt that allows users to check whether the passwords they use have been compromised due to a data breach. If you wanted to check out Troy's website to see how it works, … [Continue reading]

Import Passwords from Thycotic Secret Server into Passwordstate

With the use of the Passwordstate API, it's possible to import Secret Server data using the XML export option Thycotic provide. The following documentation has been tested using Secret Server version 10.5.000003, and it would be unlikely Thycotic's … [Continue reading]

Import Passwords from KeePass into Passwordstate

We are updating this blog in July 2018, as we've now got a new process for importing KeePass data into Passwordstate.  This process was supplied to us by one of our customers called Fabian Näf from Switzerland, and we'd like to thank him for his … [Continue reading]

What’s New in Passwordstate Version 8

Click Studios is very happy to announce the release of Version 8 of Passwordstate, for which we have been working on for the past 12 months. Version 8 comes with two new major modules, and many new improvements to our Password Management platform. … [Continue reading]