Read more about how you can use SendPass to share passwords en what we do to protect your data.

Situations in which you
can use SendPass

There are many situations where SendPass will make sharing and sending passwords much safer for you. We will give you a few examples of situations where SendPass is at it's best.
Password in e-mail

Providing user passwords

Being an IT department, administrator or supplier often requires you to provide users with passwords, whether it's their initial password or the password was changed. Sending these passwords using a plain-text mail can cause a big threat, especially when users do not instantly change their password after the first login.

SendPass enables you to send users a one time code that they can use to collect their password. This is not only much safer, it also means you can send the username and password via one e-mail.

Password in e-mail
SendPass on Post-it

Sticky notes

When providing users with a new laptop or other device, many organizations use post-its or other physical notes to let users know the associated credentials. By using SendPass, you make sure these notes can safely be thrown away after use and the intended recipient can easily notice when somebody else collected the password.

Use SendPass in chats

Chat conversations

SendPass is fully optimized for use on mobile devices. This makes it extremely easy to securely send passwords via chat messages and online-conversations.

Use SendPass in chats
SendPass as part of information security policy

Information security policy

Adopt SendPass in your organization and include procedures for securely sending passwords in your organization's information security policy. Make sure non of your colleagues send passwords in clear-text and minimize the risks of passwords getting exposed to others.