What is Myki?
Myki is an offline password manager that securely stores your sensitive data on your smartphone. The Myki app connects with your computer in a P2P encrypted manner to auto-fill your passwords and create secure backups of your data.
Cloud-less Storage of Passwords The Myki app does not store your passwords in the cloud, making it very difficult for hackers to gain access to your data.
Login accross devices You can manage your passwords on your computer by connecting the Myki app with the Myki browser extension on your computer.
No Master Password You no longer need to create, manage and remember a master password anymore. Use your fingerprint, Face ID or a pin code to access the Myki app.
Auto-fill 2FA tokens Myki can securely store and fill your two-factor authentication tokens while you browse, without compromising convenience.
From their website: “MYKI’s technology and team have been acquired by JumpCloud. Read more here. […] After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to discontinue our existing products on April 10th, 2022.” Read more: https://myki.com/blog/important-announcement-we-got-acquired/
Comments and Reviews
Recent user activities on Myki
- reviewed MykiMyKi is dead. It was a quality product that was accessible, robust, and easy-to-use. The company made a sudden announcement they are discontinuing service and offer users no real alternative other than remove their data and go away. This dislocation is a real disservice to customers and it underscores the importance of supporting open-source software applications. In the open-source ecosystem, there is no danger a company will be acquired or suddenly decide to change their license and strip-mine your data for advertising purposes. Hats off to the developers at MyKi for building a great, useful product. Sad to see it go.
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- removed Myki as alternatives to everything