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Passwordstate is generally know as a password vault, but it can also be used to securely store other types of data as well. We do get queries quite often about what's the best way to store Cred Card information, and the answer is this is to create a custom Password list with the following fields: You'll notice the standard Username and Password fields have been omitted, and four Generic Fields have been created and are set to be encrypted. You can add in as many different card companies in the Card Type field as you need, and you'll also see the Card Number and CSV fields are set to be a "Password" type field. This is because these fields will then be masked when you have them open on the screen, making it slightly more secure. This is what a record will look like for a Personal Credit card: Screen 1: The view when clicking on your custom Password List - notice the masked fields for security: Screen 2: When directly opening the record:
support posted a topic in General FAQsClick Studios' Passwordstate is PCI-DSS v3 compliant, which means it adheres to information security standards for organisations that handle branded credit card information. This post guides you through the process of setting up a Password List to store you Credit Card information: Create a Password List with the Title of your choice, and then configure the fields as per the following screenshot: