A basic but functional data vault that protects your vitals with a digital cricket box.
Subsembly Wallet Review
by on March 14, 2010
Knowledge is power, so they say and if you lose your phone what’s to stop whoever finds it uncovering all your information and having complete control over everything you’ve stored on your device?
Subsembly Wallet attempts to fix this nightmare scenario by providing 256-bit AES encrypted and password protected storage.
It’s basic but functional in scope, offering a number of pre-designed storage cards such as internet passwords, bank accounts, credit cards, text notes and image storage. These don’t link through to anything they just exist on their own, so you’ll have to switch between applications if you need to enter the information elsewhere.
While the picture section is really designed just for storing images, it is possible to use it for any file in an encrypted form. Items can only be added one at a time and there’s no support for viewing alternative file formats beyond the basic image types.
All in all it’s a basic but perfectly functional data vault.
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