How do I enable and use iOS' Touch ID on my desktop application?

Please note: Touch ID must be activated both on your Mac and in the SecureSafe settings.

Set up Touch ID in your SecureSafe App by following these steps:

  1. Configure Touch ID on your Mac.
  2. Access the settings in the SecureSafe Desktop App.
  3. Select Use Touch ID in the SecureSafe Desktop App settings.
  4. The setup process will be finished once you re-enter your password the next time you log in.

Utilize Touch ID for logging in and unlocking your password Safe:

  1. Log in to your Desktop App.
  2. When prompted with the message to log in with Touch ID, simply place your finger on the Touch ID sensor on your device to access your account securely.
  3. Alternatively, you can still log in with your password by selecting Use password in the pop-up and entering your password manually.
  4. If you prefer to enter your login and password manually, you can also select Cancel the Touch ID pop-up. This is useful if you have multiple SecureSafe accounts linked to the same Mac user account.
  5. To access your password safe, you now have the option to either use your fingerprint on the Touch ID sensor or manually enter your password.

Important: Make sure to download the recovery code for your SecureSafe account. This 36-digit code is a crucial document that grants you access to your account in case you forget your username or password. You can locate the recovery code within your SecureSafe. For more details on how to recover your SecureSafe account, refer to the guide on recovering your SecureSafe account.