Password Managers » Comparisons » Keychain VS. Zoho Vault

What is Keychain?

The Password Keychain in MacOS is the password management system built-in to all versions of the operating system since 8.6. It stores passwords, and information that Safari, Mail, Address Book, iChat, and other applications use to log into websites and computers on your local network.
Apple's Keychain can be used to save login information, account names, and passwords for websites, FTP, File shares, SSH accounts, network accounts (VPN), wireless networks, groupware applications (such as Lotus Notes or Microsoft Exchange) and encrypted disk images.


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What is Zoho Vault?

Zoho Vault is a password management application from Zoho that enables users to securely store and access passwords from anywhere.
The tool allows for easy segregation of business accounts from individuals’ personal credentials, and it advances two-factor authentication requirements. It offers password permissions so that only those authorized can see specific vaults, and allows you to set your own password protocols.


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