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Likelihood to Recommend

SplashID

SplashID is really only well suited if you are looking to store passwords offline on your own server. There is no risk of them being leakedin a large scale breach of SplashID, but then it is only up to your security. Since it is not stored online, there is also not a way to restore the master password, so don't forget it!
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

Secret Server is really a great solution for any business that needs more than one person to have access to passwords for various devices, systems, and websites. Even an organization with only one person who would need access, if that person was no longer around, a simple change in Active Directory could assign those permissions to their successor. Candidly, the only scenario I can think of where a business might not want Secret Server would be a sole-proprietorship that was unconcerned with succession or security in general. The free version has no cost beyond using a server, and it's pretty low overhead.
Robert Paul | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

SplashID

  • Generates new passwords
  • Stores passwords offline
  • Maintains usernames and notes for specific applications in one place
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

  • Works well with RBAC, workflow for access requests, and approvals for third parties.
  • Allows monitoring and recording of remote sessions.
  • Available for on-premise and cloud.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

SplashID

  • Tabbing through password creation is not intuitive
  • The app is slow at unlocking to reveal passwords
  • There are a limited number of fields you can use for each password making it difficult if you have lots of information to store about one app
  • It is not easy to categorize passwords and stay orginized
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

  • The sharing functionality NEEDS improvement. We share most passwords at a group level, but then it becomes impossible to share them with a dynamic group and one or two one-off people as well. This is a major shortcoming.
  • I don't love the interface. I feel like there is an attempt at a dashboard, but it is really not effective.
  • I've heard, but never seen, that the software can actually change passwords in the target systems. If this is part of its deliverable, I do not know how to use it, and I don't know how you would do that. Seems like a great feature for password management.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

SplashID

SplashID 6.0
Based on 1 answer
SplashID is pretty usable, but there are definitely some key downfalls. Like I previously mentioned, it lacks easy organization. It is also not very user friendly to enter passwords. The password generation tool could use some additional options to remove certain special characters because on more than one occasion I have had to adjust a password to remove a prohibited special character.
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

SplashID

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Thycotic Secret Server

Thycotic Secret Server 6.0
Based on 6 answers
I actually haven't had to work with support. I have spoken to a colleague of mine who has worked with support and has been pleased.
Cody Plassmeyer | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

SplashID

SplashID is not nearly as comprehensive as LastPass. LastPass is much easier to orginize and create folders for certain categories. It is also easier to launch logins stored in the vault. The only benefit SplashID provides is that you can store passwords offline. SplashID is better on the pocket book because it is a one time fee where LastPass is subscription based.
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

KeePass is fine for individual use, but it does not meet the same objectives. There are a lot of products like KeePass that are just not as portable or robust, and do not have the kind of granularity Secret Server has. Being able to assign password permissions based on user roles is huge, especially from a security standpoint.
Robert Paul | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

SplashID

  • SplashID keeps our passwords off the cloud
  • SplashID allows us to have unique passwords for each app without having to remember them or store them in an unsecured manner
Tim Regas | TrustRadius Reviewer

Thycotic Secret Server

  • Privileged Password Safe. Great for keeping those super important passwords all in one place.
  • The solution has amazing logging reports. As an admin you can see what actions users take, whether they view a secret or display the password.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

SplashID

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Thycotic Secret Server

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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