Each of these short video clips illustrates how to use a specific set of features as described in the clip’s caption –
Inside of the Settings option in the Vault, there is a set of configurable options that lets you tailor the security features to your personal requirements for convenience and security.
passQi is designed to be tunable to the security settings that are best for you. Security settings allows you to specify options such as the number of failed PINs to allow, how long the password Vault can remain unlocked, and son. This video walks the user through these configuration options.
In case you should lose your phone, you want to be able to remotely delete your Vault by either visiting the Lost Phone page on passqi.com, or calling 678-2LOCKUP. This short video explains the steps.
In this clip, configuration and login using the two-step verification feature of passQi+ is demonstrated using the Amazone Web Services console as the example target site.
The Amazon Web Services console is the control point for all web sites and applications that are deployed in the AWS cloud, and consequently, requires the highest level of security. Amazon provides support for both device based and software based (“virtual”) in the Amazon terminology multi-factor authentication devices. Their software based solution uses the TOTP standard as implemented in Google Authenticator and of course, passQi+. This video illustrates how easy it is to log in to the AWS console using passQi, which can relay the username, password, and mfa (or two-step verification) code with a single click on the passQi bookmark. Although this example illustrates using two-step verification with AWS, passQ+ is compatible with any site using the TOTP standard as supported by Google Authenticator.