Using C'YaPass is extremely easy. It's far easier than memorizing and making up your own passwords.
However, it may feel difficult at first because it's a change to the way you do things.
Resisting Change Is Part of the Human Condition
The challenge in front of me, as the author of C'YaPass, is to get people to change the way they've been working with their passwords for years. It's not easy and I get it. I understand that change is intrusive.
Changing Current Passwords
Yes, if you use C'YaPass to generate a password for one of your current accounts it means you'll have to change your password on that account. That's actually the entire point of C'YaPass. The point is to allow C'YaPass to generate strong passwords for your accounts.
One At a Time
As I've mentioned before, the easiest way to begin using C'YaPass is to ease into it by trying it for one account. So, maybe you're a long time password user and you are resistant. That's fine. I understand. But think about who can really benefit from using C'YaPass.
Who Stands to Benefit the Most From C'YaPass?
For those users who haven't been typing passwords for five, ten or twenty years, C'YaPass is going to seem obvious. Imagine a new computer user (probably a child of eight or ten years) who is forced to make up a password. Do you think that child is going to know how to create a strong password? Probably not.
Use C'YaPass For New Computer Users : Children
Introduce the child to C'YaPass now, before she learns all the bad habits of creating and managing passwords that most of us have learned. It really makes sense.
Managing Passwords For Your Family
There is an advantage to you also. With C'YaPass you can more easily manage all of your child's passwords in one place making it much easier to log into your child's accounts when necessary.
It's Extremely Easy
Let's try it in your browser right now. Just click the following link and you can try it in another tab as you read this article: http://cyapass.com/js/cya.htm^
Now all you have to do is :
- add a site/key (just some text to remind you what the password is used for)
- draw a pattern
- *copy and paste the password where you want to use it
*note: In the Android, iOS, and Windows app the copy is automatically done for you. However, there are limitations on the browser to do this easily. The browser version is just to provide you with an easy way to try the app.
Once You've Tried It, Get The App On All Your Devices
Now you can get the app for all your devices for free.
Here's where you can get the iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows versions.
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:
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^