The dashboard currently supports Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer (8 and higher).
The browser extension currently only supports Chrome and Firefox. We'll be releasing browser extensions for Safari and other browsers soon!
CommonKey users can store accounts two ways:
There are currently over 800 applications available to choose from that allow you and your team to automatically log in without seeing the username or password. Each web app has been identified as a commonly accessed web app, and our team has tested and verified their login methods. The CommonKey team continues to review new web apps based on crowd-sourced input from our user base. Have a recommendation? Email us at email@example.com to send us a site for our review!
If your web app isn't listed there are two other options for storing and sharing accounts:
No. There are no upfront fees or "service charges" to setup and use CommonKey. We designed our service to provide enterprise level solutions without the enterprise cost or maintenance. You can sign up right now and try it out without ever pulling out your credit card. (Click here to sign up!)
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club. Billing is managed in your dashboard where you can see the total of users your paying for and enter and update your credit card information.
We believe in supporting those who place others first. Charitable non-profits are eligible for a 30% discount and we ask educational institutions to contact us regarding our education services. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional info.
Absolutely not. CommonKey was built to be easy and based on a monthly subscription service. There is no long-term contract and no minimum term requirements. If you stop your service, you'll only be billed for the current month, pro-rated appropriately.
That's an easy question! You can create as many companies to meet your needs. Pricing is based on the number of users for each company.
CommonKey is free for teams of 3 users and fewer. If you want to add a 4th user, you'll have to upgrade to the paid plan and will be charged $2/user/month for all 4 users ($8 per month).
Additional companies created by a CommonKey user will not be eligible for the free tier of teams of 3 users and fewer. The $2 per user per mo is for "Team Password Management." Additional security features are available and can be enabled from the dashboard, learn more here.
You have access to all the features of CommonKey for 14 days, no restrictions and no credit card required. We know you'll love it and that's why we don't ask for a credit card up front. After 14 days you'll need to upgrade to a paying account or you'll automatically be put on our free plan for 3 users.
To maintain the appropriate level of security and ensure your private data stays private, we implement encryption standards used by the world's leading security authorities. These protocols take a little longer than your average website, but we're also protecting the most important thing to your company, your keys.
We hold security paramount. No one should have access to your private data, including us. CommonKey never stores your sensitive information in plaintext and is encrypted using leading industry security standards. (Click here for additional detailed info about security)
To maintain security without compromising your sensitive information or enabling vulnerabilities, we do not initiate the encryption process associated with sharing login credentials until the invited team member has created a CommonKey account. The workflow for the encryption process for non-CK users are as follows:
To maintain the highest level of security possible, no one has access to your account besides you. This means if you forget your CommonKey password there is no way for our team to recover your account.
However, to help, we've added a password reminder (created in the dashboard) that will be sent to your registered email address upon your request. To be sent your password reminder, click on the Forgot Password? link at the CommonKey login screen.
As a last resort, you can follow the account RESET instructions found when following the "Forgot Password?" steps at our login page.
NOTE: This will RESET your CommonKey account, clearing it of all encrypted data and shared access to accounts.