All your data is encrypted
oneSafe uses the highest level of encryption that exists; AES 256, used worldwide for information classed as “Top Secret.” It uses a 256-bit code, providing maximum possible protection. This encryption algorithm is used to encrypt all your data including usernames and passwords, as well as documents, photos and all other types of files stored in oneSafe.
Super-strong encryption key
The first time you open the app, oneSafe creates an encryption key combining your password and a random 256-bit string. This makes your encryption key unique and much more complex than your password alone. Someone trying to decode your information would have to try 115,792,089,237,316,195,423,570,985,008,687,907,853,269,984,665,640,564,039,457,584,007,913,129,639,936 different keys! That would take about 50,955,671,114,250,072,156,962,268,275,658,377,807,020,642,877,435,085 years for a modern computer to do!
Data is visible only to you
When you open oneSafe, your encryption key gets loaded into the memory of your device or Mac. However, as soon as oneSafe is locked, this key is instantaneously erased from the memory so that no one and no other app running on your device can compromise oneSafe’s security.