C'YaPass: Forget All Your Passwords

Never Memorize A Password Again
Never Type A Password Again
Never Make Up A Password Again

Ease Into the Easiest Way of Dealing With Passwords

If you decide to try C'YaPass, you do not have to immediately migrate all of your accounts to use the app.  You do not have to use C'YaPass for every account that you use.  Instead, you can try it with one password and see if it makes things easier for you.

Once you no longer have to type that password I'm sure you'll be convinced, as I have, that using C'YaPass is far easier than memorizing and typing all those passwords you have to deal with.

Your Passwords Are NOT Stored Anywhere (For Your Protection)

Keep in mind that your password is never stored anywhere.  Not on your device, not in the app and not in The Cloud either.  Instead, with C'YaPass your password is always generated.  You can read more about that on this site.

Some Passwords May Be Easier To Type

Maybe you have one particular site that you log into to numerous times a day.  Maybe you decide you'd rather  type that one each time.  With C'YaPass you can do that.  You can allow C'YaPass to manage any number of your accounts : you can try it with one, a few, many or all of them.  

Everything You Need

All you need is the application available to you one each of your devices. 

Of course, C'YaPass is free on all three major platforms (Windows, iOS, Android).

Multiple Devices, Just Download To Each One

If you have multiple devices, that's okay too, just download the free app for each of your devices.

I have it installed on my laptop (my main computer), my Kindle Fire, my Samsung (Android phone) and my iPad Mini 3.

Here are the links so you can easily get the software.


You can get the Windows version here at this site (just click the Get C'YaPass menu or follow this link: http://cyapass.com/page/get-c-yapass^

iOS / iPhone / iPad

The iOS (iPhone / iPad) version is available for the first time today (12.08.2016) in the App Store at:



You can also get the Android version in the Google Play store at:


A Password Generator? What? Why? How?

CYaPass Does Not Store Your Password

Here's the thing that may seem odd.  CYaPass does not store your password anywhere.


It generates your password every time.

It Doesn't Quite Look Right

When you see a really new thing, it doesn't quite look right.  I mean somebody probably would've already thought of this thing, right?

That's one of the reasons I'm so excited about CYa Pass, because it forces a paradigm shift of sorts.  Previously, everyone thought that you had to store the password in a file and keep it encrypted for the user.  Now, CYaPass changes that.

It does something so different that it shifts your thinking about passwords.

It's something like what Peter Thiel says in the preface of his current best-selling non-fiction book, Zero To One:

The act of creation is singular, as is the moment of creation, and the result is something fresh and strange.

How Can CYaPass Generate the Same Password Every Time?

It generates your password based upon two things:
  1. your site/key
  2. the pattern you draw. 
As long as you have the same value for your site/key and you draw the same pattern it doesn't matter if you're running the Android version or the Windows version, it will generate the same hash value password for you.

Here's the Android version running next to the Windows version.  You can see that when they both have the same site/key and pattern then the password hash is exactly the same.  It's not stored anywhere.  It's generated from those two data elements.

Alter The Site/Key Alters the Password

If you alter the site/key at all the generated password is altered, because it is generated off of new data.
In the next image you can see that I change the site/key from supersite to supersite1.  Even one character change alters the resulting password in a large way.

Changing the Drawn Pattern, Alters the Password

Of course if you change, just the pattern at all as I do in the next image you will see that even if the site/key has not changed, then the password is altered drastically also.  Notice that I both the Windows and Android apps are using the same site/key but I altered the pattern only on the Windows app, which alters that password.

Now The Passwords Match Again

Finally, I change the pattern on the Android app and that makes the passwords match again -- though they are, of course, different from the original ones since the pattern changed.

You can clearly see that these passwords are generated though they are not stored anywhere.
That's why you can generate the same values on two different systems even though they have no knowledge of each other.

Sign In From Any Device

That means as long as you know your site/keys and pattern you can re-generate your password on separate platforms so you can sign in from any device where you have the C'YaPass app.