Now that mSecure has moved to a subscription model, we are excited to announce a roadmap of features planned for this upcoming year:
Users will be able to subscribe to a family plan to receive substantial discounts on multiple subscription seats. These subscriptions can be applied to mSecure accounts used by members of your family.
Two-Factor Authentication via Yubikey
For those wanting extra protection against unwarranted access to their sensitive information, mSecure will support 2FA via Yubikey. For desktop computers, plug in the Yubikey and touch it, and for mobile devices with NFC capabilities, simply tap the device to authenticate.
Device Sign-In Statistics
Users will be able see which devices have signed in to their account and when. It will allow the user to reject devices as well in the event the user believes it’s unauthorized.
More/better Attachment support
Allow any file to be added to an mSecure record for safe keeping. Allow the ability to modify an attachment and re-save. Implement automatic deletion of exported unencrypted versions of the file when mSecure locks.
Hide from Main View
Provide users with the ability to make certain sets of records hidden from the main view.
Have I been Pwned integration
HIBP is a popular online service that allows you to check if any of your accounts have been compromised. A new feature coming in our Security Center is the ability for mSecure to automatically check all of your sites for any issues. If a login has been compromised, you’ll receive a notification letting you know so you can respond to it.
Sign In to Multiple Accounts
Makes it easy for users to manage different mSecure accounts. This is helpful for people who manage data for other mSecure users and need a simple way to move from one account to another.
This feature will allow a user to specify another user to be able to access their data in an emergency situation. If the user doesn’t respond within a set period of time, the specified user will then get access to all of the records in the user’s account.
Make it possible to associate/link one record with another. The most typical problem this solves is quickly finding the credit card used for recurring payments for a particular account or service. For example, let’s say you’re using your Visa card for automatic payments to Netflix, Hulu, Gym membership, etc. You’ll be able to link the credit card to your Netflix, Hulu and Gym Login records so when your bank issues a new credit card, you can quickly see which accounts need to be updated.
Expiration Dates for Records
This one goes hand-in-hand with the main reason we’re adding the record linking feature. Credit Records would have an expiration date and users would be notified of when this was going to happen. When the credit card was ready to expire, the user would be able to quickly find all of the Logins related to it for easier resolution.
Improvements to our browser plugins
With the release of V6, we now have auto-login support for Safari, Chrome and Firefox. We have plans to update the extensions with support for credit card auto-fill as well. In addition, we plan to add support for other browsers in response to your feedback.
Auto-Fill OTP Fields
This feature makes it possible to auto-fill a One-Time Password for Login records where 2-factor authentication is enabled. It may only be supported through the Browser Extensions, but we’ll be looking into whether it can be done with the iOS and Mac Safari AutoFill as well as the Android Autofill features.
When a user changes their password for mSecure or for records with a password type field, a history will be kept making it possible for them to see passwords they’ve used in the past.