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What is oneSafe?

French company Lunabee Studio offers oneSafe, a password manager emphasizing mobile security and access.

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What is oneSafe?

French company Lunabee Studio offers oneSafe, a password manager emphasizing mobile security and access.

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What is oneSafe?

oneSafe lets users store personal information in one place without having to remember passwords, that includes a system to organize them into categories, favorites and a search tool designed to enable users to find stored information. oneSafe focuses on mobile identity and security, and provides apps for Apple and Android devices. It also enables users to scan and secure card and ID information, and for security is fingerprint enabled (i.e. it can be secured using biometric authentication).

oneSafe offers additional security features. Users can activate a decoy safe, or self-destruct the app and stored information on stolen devices. oneSafe also installs a break-in attempt protection feature, that can snap a photo of the intruder or thief. For iOS, the search tool integrates with iOS Spotlight to speed search, and provides additional icons, a password reader and additional safety audit features, Siri shortcuts, and other features. All versions of oneSafe can be customized with visuals to make the appealing to the user.

In designing their app, the vendor states they’ve accounted for the technical factor, and the human factor. The technical factor means protecting information with encryption of stored data and passwords under the highest possible standards. The human factor is about design, so that the app remains secure under likely everyday use and habits. The vendor states they account for both, and incorporate both encryption (AES 256) and the ability for the user to establish the desired level of security. The vendor states oneSafe makes the entry password unhackable through never storing the password anywhere; the main password uses PBKDF2 for authentication, and uses a complex calculation that makes breaking the password through brute force or hacking untenable.

oneSafe is a product from Lunabee Studio, in Chambery. Founded in 2011, the company focuses on providing apps for iOS and Android that support convenience, productivity, and security.

oneSafe Features

  • Supported: Decoy safe
  • Supported: Break-in attempts reports
  • Supported: Auto-lock
  • Supported: Self-destruction mode
  • Supported: TRI-PIN keyboard
  • Supported: Data synchronization
  • Supported: Animated icons
  • Supported: Step-by-step password reader
  • Supported: Password safety audit
  • Supported: Siri shortcuts
  • Supported: Advanced Encryption Standard – 256 bits

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Users have found the software to be incredibly helpful in managing and remembering multiple passwords for personal and work-related accounts. The ability of the software to generate random passwords has been praised by users as it helps them meet the requirement of regularly changing passwords. With its 256-bit encryption, users feel a sense of security and protection for their passwords. Additionally, the software addresses privacy concerns by allowing users to securely store their passwords without the need to write them down. Many users have recommended the software to their colleagues and workplaces, showcasing its potential benefits for businesses as well. One reviewer mentioned using the software for personal use but also acknowledged its potential to benefit companies by solving problems such as memorizing multiple passwords and ensuring password consistency across different portals. Finally, the software's features of keeping passwords safe, organized, and backed up have been appreciated by users as an easy and efficient way to manage their passwords.

  • Password Management Convenience: Users appreciate the ability to save passwords and other account information in one place, with some mentioning that they have been using the app for over 2 years and find that it consistently meets their needs. The convenience of generating passwords based on specified parameters is also highlighted by users.

  • High Level of Security: Reviewers value the app's high level of security provided by its 256-bit encryption. This feature gives users peace of mind when storing sensitive data within the app.

  • Ease of Use and Design: Many users praise the app's clean and user-friendly design, highlighting its ease of use. They find it convenient to access their data through fingerprint authentication, adding an extra layer of convenience to their experience.

Lack of Support and Responsiveness: Several users have expressed frustration with the app's customer service team, stating that they have encountered difficulties in getting timely support or responses to their inquiries.

Bugs After iOS 10 Update: Some users have reported encountering bugs with the app after updating to iOS 10, specifically related to uploading videos. This has caused inconvenience and hindered their ability to use the app effectively.

Difficult User Interface: Many users have found the user interface of the app to be jumbled and difficult to navigate. They suggest that simplifying the UI would greatly enhance usability and improve overall user experience.


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Score 8 out of 10
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It helps to keep our passwords safe, organized, and backed up in an easy way.
  • Cheaper than the competition.
  • Easy to use.
  • User-friendly.
  • Passwords for documents inside the app is a good service!
  • It has some features that aren’t useful at all. I mean that there are some features that are not used frequently.
  • The Mac prices are a little bit elevated compared with their competition.
  • They should do the UI a little bit more formally.
Well suited to password Management and making documents with password protection -- Something that most of their competitors don’t have. You can also have multiple types of passwords (numbers, figures, letters, patterns), which is something nice.
  • It helps to keep our passwords safe and in hand when we need them.
  • Has reduced calls to IT to recover Passwords.
I actually use both, but both have different special features. Of course, the password management is the same, but for example, the in-app document password protection of OneSafe is Amazing. I still use both, just as a backup (you never know when an app could fail).
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