CommonKey

There are a number of password management solutions on the market, but CommonKey give user a different option. CommonKey, a new browser extension that not focusing only on the needs of the individual user or offering a complex solution for the enterprise, it provides a password management system which allows small businesses the ability to share passwords securely among team member.

For now, CommonKey has launched as an extension for the Chrome web browser, but it soon will be available for Firefox, Safari then to iOS and Android as a mobile app.

 

How CommonKey Work

It works a lot like any other password manager available today, except that in its case, a business owner can create an organization and groups within that organization (e.g., PR, marketing, development, sales, etc.) in order to securely share common passwords among the team.

Users establish their own CommonKey accounts, which they can also use for one-click logins to personal services like Facebook, Twitter, email or anything else that’s not work-related. In fact, the service works just fine if you wanted to use it as an individual, and will also soon include a feature that automatically generates strong passwords for you, too.

However, when added to a team, users then gain access to company accounts, all of which are available in the same drop-down box.

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Try CommonKey Now

During its beta period, CommonKey’s service is free, but the plan is to eventually charge companies based on number of employees with access to shared accounts. Pricing has not yet been set, though.

The CommonKey extension is available for download here.

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