Security Q&A

Security Tips


Q:What's the encryption method of Passkeeper?

A:In the process of data storage and network transmission, Passkeeper uses multiple encryption techniques including AES256 and multiple verification techniques to make sure your password information security.


Q:Will I lose my passwords?

A:The saved passwords will sync to the Cloud after encryption, and won't be affected by devices change.


Q:If my Maxthon Account’s password has been stolen, what should I do?

A:If you find your password has been stolen, please change to a more complicated password immediately. In "Devices Records" of Passkeeper, you can see your devices login records clearly, and any strange login records will also be very clear.


Q:Could others view my passwords by decrypting local files?

A:The local data has been double-encrypted by Passkeeper, using database and AES256 encryption techniques.


Q:If Maxthon's server is hacked, what should I do?

A:The data stored in the Cloud has been double-encrypted, it even can’t be seen by Maxthon’s internal staff, and it’s hard to be cracked by hackers.


To better and more efficiently solve the problems you meet during the usage, for any suggestions or bug reports, we do hope you may go to "MX5 Beta version Discussion' area and report/describe by a new separate thread for each problem/topic. We will read each thread and update the follow-up status then. Meanwhile, some problems are probably be left out if they are stated in other thread. Thanks very much for your cooperation!