As technology advances and becomes a vital part of our everyday life, the number of accounts and passwords we need to manage increases. Most of our sensitive information is stored online and it is essential for users to reevaluate their outdated or potentially vulnerable password management methods.
The simplest way to save and store your passwords is to write them down on a piece of paper. Although it is a foolproof way to avoid compromising your credentials online, since you cannot hack paper, this method has its own drawbacks.
A simple piece of paper is likely to get lost, destroyed or even worse, end up in the wrong hands. Not to mention, you might even forget where you have it hidden! …
During the past few months, we have been working on the transition from the vision declared in our whitepaper to the build of an application. It was a process that required thorough research in order to refine the idea and turn it into a framework for a working product.
Having a restrained budget means that there is not much room for mistakes so we aim to deliver a simple, usable product that meets the needs of both basic and more advanced users when it comes to digital security.
Phase 1 components
Our complete vision for the first stage of DIW will include an app that generates, stores and protects passwords as well as other personal information highly encrypted and supported by the extra security provided by the Distributed File Network and the Ethereum Blockchain. …