There is a similar "planned" idea like this (which I think is GREAT btw) under Account Beneficiary. http://passpack.uservoice.com/forums/49999-suggestions-feedback/suggestions/736472-account-beneficiary
Yeah! so far I capture all of this information in the notes section. But it would be really nice if the info has its own field -- especially when I need to download everything into a csv file.
very useful feature for stuff like: pins, security questions, account numbers, expiration dates, renewal dates, etc...
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This is a great idea! I've been wanting this type of feature for a very long time...
This would be a fantastic feature!! How can it be more popular so that it stands a chance of being implemented into production???
Sometimes I must keep the login and password of an account for a period of time before deleting. Also some websites do not allow a "total" delete from their services so I would like to store this information until their "policy" changes or after I have contacted the company.
In a perfect world not inhabited by humans using a different password for each account would be expected. BUT we all know this is just not case and duplicate passwords are used (just take an informal poll)
This is a great idea. With popular applications being hacked this would be idea if I have to change my duplicate passwords as I have >400 to maintain.
I like this idea from both a professional and personal perspective! =:-)Bee shared this idea ·
"Account Beneficiary" is a new niche within the legal systems and I suspect will continue to grow. If I am ever abducted by aliens there will be legal issues regarding HOW and WHO gets access to my personal passwords. Thankfully, I have a will which has made a provision for the aliens BUT it would be sweet if I could designate the same person listed in my will within the passpack service. OR not ... and then just take all my passwords with me into outerspace. Even if PassPack does nothing I think it would be beneficial for them to at the very least have some type of corporate policy around what happens to passwords for this paid service in the event that the owner goes missing...
This is a great feature from a corporate point of view. But from a personal perspective there may be some legal impact. Maybe passpack should offer some documentation that could be turned over to personal estate lawyers so that in case of death or inability to make decisions the individuals who manage their personal passpack accounts can name a legal executor. This way everyone is protected...?
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