Revault with PassHub

63% of data breaches occur due to stolen usernames and passwords. So why are you storing your logins in a password manager that requires a password to log in?
PassHub relies on PassKey Lite, our mobile authentication app, to access your login info instead of a master password. Users can log in effortlessly without compromising their security or privacy
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Usernames and passwords are a hacker’s greatest strength and your greatest weakness.  On top of that, constant password recovery is a headache. PassHub stores passwords securely without having to remember or reset a password again.

QR Authentication App


Download the PassKey Lite app on the App Store or Google Play

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With the Passkey Lite App open, navigate to PassHub on your desktop browser and see a unique QR code. 

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Match the camera window in the app with the QR code on PassHub home page. For smartphones, tapping the QR code in your phone's browser will activate the app.

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That's it! Your securely logged into PassHub and can start storing and sharing passwords.


  • With the PassKey Lite app, phishing, brute force, and network attacks designed to steal passwords are irrelevant.
  • With a password generator, import/export, and safe sharing features, your PassHub credentials remain secure and in the right hands.
  • We encrypted PassHub with AES 256-bit protocol, the same industry-proven encryption employed by the best security companies as well as the US Government.
  • We understand the strict requirements that businesses need to satisfy for compliance. For those reasons, PassHub is open source and available to host wherever you like! This makes WWPass authentication and PassHub compliant with standards such as SWIFT, HIPAA, and more. Contact us to get started!

"The whole notion of passwords is based on an oxymoron. The idea is to have a random string that is easy to remember. Unfortunately, if it's easy to remember, it's something nonrandom like 'Susan.' And if it's random, like 'r7U2*Qnp,' then it's not easy to remember."

-Bruce Schneier

Store your passwords with peace of mind.

Try PassHub today for free!

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