Review of Free Online Password Tool Mitto.com
- Easy navigation, simple, clean design
- Offers “enhanced security” for your cell phone (possible cell phone charges, but free for Mitto use)
- Many security measures (detail below)
- Allows “auto-login” for many top retail and popular websites (Amazon, Target, etc)
- Adds a browser plugin or ‘bookmarklet’ for easy access to top sites that you login to
- Can’t print information (Update: Mitto’s CEO informed me that a secure version of this will be available soon)
- Mainly limited to passwords (not other personal data or info)
- Folder based categories would be a nice addition to the tags
- Slow loading for me from my home computer
There are many very innovative security features with Mitto.com. These include:
- Multifactor authentication (additional verification questions)
- Email verification phrase set by you to ensure that any emails sent from them are legitimate
- Display of your name, IP address, date, time, brower, operating system and country of last login
- Private and public computer settings
- And more I’m sure!
Now that I have used it a bit, I love the features of the mitto interface. Initially I had a difficult time getting my personal email address to work, and was not sure that I could use Mitto, but Arsen at Mitto.com found my Twitter review and worked dilligently that same day to correct the issue. I don’t currently use Mitto, instead I opted for Wallet (view my review) that is a desktop application on my Mac. However, I do think it is a good option for a free, secure online password storage tool.
What other password options have you used? I’d love your input.