Apple promises an iCloud Keychain in OS X Mavericks, but in the meantime there’s apps like this which actually do more than Keychain and easier than Keychain.
Secure And Synchronized
As proof that most of us have a similar issue with login usernames and passwords there are dozens of Mac and iOS apps which securely hold and sync valuable data.
The key here isn’t just storing valuable data in a secure app. It’s the ability to get to the login IDs and passwords quickly and easily, and keep them synchronized between Mac and iPhone and iPad.
If wherever you go, there you are, then wherever you go your data should come along– and be safe and secure.
oneSafe stores more than login IDs and passwords. It can keep documents, files, folders, even photos– secure in one location, synchronized between devices.
It can be used to store credit care numbers, PINs, entry codes, social security numbers, bank account information, and pretty much anything else valuable to thieves or incriminating to you.
As the visual examples above indicate, oneSafe differs from others apps because it’s template based. Select the type of data you want to store from the graphic, and oneSafe gives you simple fields to fill in similar to a form.
You get some style controls over the items, too, including textures, materials, and colors. Items you use more frequently can be saved as favorites. And oneSafe syncs up files with iCloud to make data available for your iPhone and iPad (or multiple Macs running oneSafe).
Security is handled with AES 256-bit encryption. oneSafe comes with an option to backup files automatically in an archive and it can generate strong passwords that are not easily guessed by an intruder.
Apple’s iCloud Keychain may help masses protect some data, but apps like oneSafe do more and are already available.