Secure storage

The secure storage saves data in an encrypted form. On some operating systems, it uses your operating system account information to provide a single sign-on experience.

The secure storage itself does not contain encryption code. It uses algorithms supplied by the Java virtual machine and/or the operating system.

Frequently asked questions

The Secure Storage preference page can be found under command link General > Security > Secure Storage .

Resolving problems

Related concepts
How secure storage works
Password recovery
Life of a master password

Related reference
Secure storage preference page
Secure storage runtime options