MasterPassword doesn’t store the passwords, it’s not a Password manager.
From the above link:
Think of it as, a store-bought calculator. If your name was
1337 , your master password was
5317 and you’d like to log into the site
707 , take any calculator in the world and type in
1337 + 5317 + 707 to get the password to use for this site,
What if you lose or break your device? Borrow a buddy’s or get a new one, math is universal.
Does a calculator need to sync with the cloud before you can use it? No, just remember your own name and master password.
Can anyone think of its weaknesses.
- Is it really better than Password managers.