Triple-Layer is compatible with the following operating systems:
Triple-Layer has an extension for the following browsers:
|Ver. 10 and up||Ver. 48 and up||Ver. 44 and up||Ver. 9.0.3 and up|
Not compatible on XP.
|* Mac users see notes.||OS X only.|
Unfortunately, Apple prohibits Triple-Layer to save any file outside the sandbox.
In order to enable Chrome to launch the Triple-Layer app if it’s not open, you will need to save a custom file in the following directory:
/users/your username/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/NativeMessagingHosts.
If the directory NativeMessagingHosts does not exists, you’ll need to create it.
You can download the file from Here and save it in the mentioned directory.
Alternatively, you can install the non-restricted version directly from Triple-Layer.
No "Sync" is required.
- Click on the site “My Account” menu.
- On “My Account” page, click on the “Sign Up” link.
- Complete the Sign Up process.
- Once your account has been created, click on
the “Go Premium!” menu item in the Triple-Layer app.
- If you already have items in your vault, you will prompted
if you want to upload the data of your device.
- The login page of the application will appears.
Fill your account email and password as created in step 1.
- You are done!
The second is to encrypt and decrypt your vault data.
If you only need only one password to access your Premium account and to decrypt your data, it means that we store your master password – Makes sense?
But don’t worry, we will send you a reminder 30 days before your subscription ends.
Note: You can always extend your subscription at any time by clicking on “Extend my subscription” button on My Account page.
The Advanced Encryption Standard or AES is a symmetric block cipher used by the U.S. government to protect classified information and is implemented in software and hardware throughout the world to encrypt sensitive data.
In June 2003, the U.S. government announced that AES could be used to protect classified information, and it soon became the default encryption algorithm for protecting classified information as well as the first publicly accessible and open cipher approved by the NSA for top-secret information. AES is one of the Suite B cryptographic algorithms used by NSA’s Information Assurance Directorate in technology approved for protecting national security systems.
AES comprises three block ciphers, AES-128, AES-192 and AES-256. Each cipher encrypts and decrypts data in blocks of 128 bits using cryptographic keys of 128-, 192- and 256-bits, respectively.
The answer is NO and NO.
AES-256 cannot be hacked, see why in the following article:
Time and energy required to brute-force a AES-256 encryption key.
And as for cracking it (guessing all possible combinations), it will still require something the universe cannot deliver yet. Here the reason why:
An 8 characters password that includes lower case, upper case, numbers and symbols will have:
Lower case: 26 possible characters.
Upper case: 26 possible characters.
Numbers: 10 possible numbers.
Symbols: 33 possible symbols.
A total of 95 characters.
So the total combination for an 8 characters password would be 95^8.
95^8 = 6634204312890625 which is over 6634 Trillions combinations.
Since brutal force requires to actually decrypting the data, a strong computer will need at least 0.1 milliseconds which is 0.0001 of a second for each try. Meaning 10000 tries per seconds.
10000 x 60 x 60 x 24 = 864000000 tries per day.
6634204312890625 / 864000000 = 7678477 days (21036 years) to cover all the possible combinations.
But Triple-Layer has more. Your data is actually sequentially encrypted with your password along with 2 additional keys which are different from one user to another. Each of the additional keys consists of 32 characters ending up to 3.8742296891700230832877073672387e+63 possible combinations (95^8 + 95^32 + 95^32).
That means that even if someone has your data and has your password (no need to guess it), he or she will not be able to decrypt your data.
That’s what makes Triple-Layer the most secure password manager.
In other words, we would need to store your password somewhere and tell the application that [Your fingerprint algorithm] = [Your password] in order to encrypt and decrypt your data.
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On the Settings page you can set the following values:
Lock my vault
Manualy lock your vault.
Change my password
Enable you to change your vault password.
Enable you to import items from 1Password, LastPass or DashLane. *Most of the 1Password items, only logins for the others.
Enable you to backup and restore your data. (Free version only, not applicable on mobile device)
Enable you to switch to the Premium version. (Free version only)
When clicked, you will be prompted if you wish to use the data of the current device. If yes, the current data will be uploaded to the cloud.