You do not need to register at PassHub. Your user account is created automatically at your first login.
Login to PassHub by scanning the QR code with WWPass PassKey app on your smartphone.
When opening PassHub in your smartphone browser, just tap the QR-code to sign-in on this phone.
NOTE: You must have WWPass PassKey app.
Yes, it is possible. Instead of scanning the QR code just tap the QR code with your finger (Unique feature!)
A password safe is a top-level folder which contains login records, notes, files, and other folders.
Click New Password Safe and enter any safe name you like
To add a new record, click the Add button.
When you're on a mobile device, tap the password safe name to get to the list of safe items.
Fill the form shown below, where
You can store files in PassHub too. These may be sensitive documents you share with clients or partners, SSL certificates used widely in IT infrastructure and so on. File names and content are encrypted the same way as all other data.
First click Browse button to select a file, next use Upload button.
Open a menu of the desired Entry and select Cut or Copy command
Now open a menu of a destination safe or folder, note the Paste command become active. Select Paste and the entry will be copied or moved to a new location.
Please note, Paste command is only active for 30 seconds after you clicked Copy or Cut.
When on mobile, tap the safe name to get to the list of the safe items and then select the three-dots menu icon.
* If it is the first time the safe is shared, you will be asked to enter your name as you'd like it to be seen by other users of the vault. We recommend choosing a recognizable name according to particular set of recipients
You will be given a "sharing code" - one-time sequence of digits to be sent to recipient. Send it by email, text, skype or other means.
Password safe owner: When the recipient has accepted the invitaion, you get a notification, shown next to the safe name. Select "Users" in the safe menu and confirm recipient's access rights
Select Export link under your password safe list. In the provided dialog choose one of two file formats - CSV or XML. For backup/restore purposes they are equally good. However, if you want to have exported data in human-readable form or to put them into an Excel table, use CSV.
Windows and Android versions support an XML format as a primary choice. CSV implementation contains errors and is not recommended. Cross-platform KeePassXC supports CSV only, but this implementation is correct.SUMMARY: use CSV for KeePassXC and XML for KeePass2/Windows and KeePass2andoird
PassHub is not a subscription service and it is also a true zero-knowledge system. This means PassHub does not have any way to contact you, and PassHub will never send you unwanted emails of any kind. When we make important updates to PassHub, you can learn about them just by logging into your account to see any important notifications we may have posted. Because of this, there isn't anything for you to unsubscribe from.
How do I delete my PassHub account?
If your objective is to stop sharing your credentials with someone, you can do that by changing the account settings for your safe to remove that person from the list of authorized users.
If you no longer wish to use PassHub, you may download a copy of all your records (see "Backup and restore my records"), and then delete all of those records from your vault. When those records are deleted, they will no longer exist in PassHub, only on the file you have downloaded. This is immediate and permanent - there is no way to undelete these records. None of the people you were sharing your credentials with will be able to see them any longer either (please note that you don't need to delete your records in order to stop sharing them).
Keep in mind that the only way your data can be accessed and decrypted is with the PassKey app you have installed on your phone. It is not possible for anyone to access your account without using PassKey app. As long as you use this app, you'll always be able to return to your account on PassHub.