All enterprises have thousands of privileged passwords, which are very sensitive and should be protected well so as not to expose them for unauthorized access. For easy administration, passwords need to be stored in a centralized repository. And organizations generally have several functional groups and each group should get access only to specific passwords. The following are required to achieve this twin objective:
PasswordManager Pro (PMP) precisely provides all the above. The user names and passwords of your enterprise resources are encrypted using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm and are securely stored in the database of PMP, which serves as the central repository. Just enter the username and passwords for various enterprise resources once, and you can retrieve them anytime later from the web-interface.
Since privileged passwords are sensitive, PMP handles them with due care by assigning ownership for resources, user accounts and passwords. Resources owned by an administrator / user cannot be viewed by others unless they are shared. Ownership of a resource can be totally transferred to another administrator. Or others can be permitted to view/edit/manage passwords, while one administrator retaining the ownership.