Buttercup supports adding attachments by dragging and dropping local files onto a target entry. Vaults that support attached files show a small attachment-drag area to indicate that attachments can be added.

Buttercup was most certainly a hobby project when we started it some years ago… At first it was just some core functionality and encryption. It quickly evolved into a desktop application and browser extension, and eventually a mobile app for iOS and Android. …

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an absolute must in today’s online service environment, and it’s never been easier to use one-time passwords (OTPs) with all the great mobile applications out there. …

Storing password vaults on free cloud storage is one of the fundamental ideas behind Buttercup’s open source password manager. Provided is a feature-rich password management platform that can be used entirely for free, and services such as ownCloud and Nextcloud made that possible.

Dropbox is great, but to some people…

Buttercup for Browsers 2.4.0 boasts a few new cool features that help with its usability and security. To help prevent unwanted (or even unknown) requests to URLs stored within Buttercup vaults, icon-fetching for the UI has been taken offline so no requests are performed. …

Apple’s iOS version 12 came out with a fantastic new feature, allowing for login forms to be auto-filled with a user’s credentials that are stored in their favourite password manager. When the on-screen keyboard appears, password choices are presented at the top of the keyboard for easy access.

Buttercup supports a variety of connection types for accessing vaults both locally and remotely. Until recently the desktop application has been the only member of the Buttercup suite to support storing vault files on the local disk, but we’ve just added support for local files in the browser extension.

Computer source for accessing vaults

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There’s been a lot going on recently in terms of platform development at MadDev, and we’re doing our best to ensure that we don’t neglect any part of our infrastructure as we prepare the next big product. …

Buttercup certainly started life as a password manager — It’s goal was to fill in the many gaps that we felt existed in the password management landscape. We’ve noticed, while building the platform, just how much more Buttercup could be.. beyond just a password manager. …

Buttercup for Mobile has a new feature on the way: Offline Vault access. This update brings a very important accessibility feature to the platform that should benefit everyone using a mobile device.

Storing passwords in a vault isn’t just about security, it’s about accessibility. …

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