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Cloud Vault questions
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I've been running NIS for years and have become comfortable with my Local Vault.
I was reading about LastPass and it's encryption protocol.
That got me thinking. Are Norton Cloud Vault creds stored encrypted.
I like the sort of double authentication to access Norton Cloud Vault.
I have to be logged in to my Norton account and supply my password.
LastPass offers multi-factor authentication.
What intrigues me is all sensitive data is encrypted and decrypted locally before syncing with LastPass. Your key never leaves your device, and is never shared with LastPass. Your data stays accessible only to you.
I'm wondering how Norton Cloud Vault compares to LastPass
Obviously, these questions are directed at those familiar with Norton Cloud Vault and / or LastPass.
At the end of the day. How secure the Cloud server is would be most critical.
I'm thinking Norton server would be more secure by virtue of Symantec resources.
But, that does not hold up as it appears all server's are vulnerable.
So, does storing my creds encrypted via LastPass make my data more secure with the encryption key held locally on my device.
I'm thinking Norton Cloud has my creds and my password. That gives me pause.
My Norton Local Vault is stronger than my browser's password manager.
Is Norton Cloud Vault any stronger than my Norton Local Vault or just more convenient.