World’s First Server-Side
Password Manager

Our free plugin adds a clickable icon inside login and registration password fields:

Clicking this icon opens a secure SSL popup password encryptor on any device only visible to the user. Click the WordCrypt icon or try a demo login on .

A popup Password
Encryptor visible only
to the User

Sample Logo

WordCrypt converts the domain name, your secret phrase and secret pin number into a unique password for each site you log into. No more passwords to remember!

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Exclusive Benefits

  • Users are anonymous
    Users never log in to WordCrypt so we never see their identities.
  • Passwords never stored
    Unlike password managers, we don't store passwords anywhere.
  • Nothing for users to install
    WordCrypt works on every device right off the shelf.
  • No skeleton key passwords
    WordCrypt does not require an unsecured password to launch.
  • Nothing to hack or steal
    Even under subpoena we could not disclose users or their passwords.


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How is WordCrypt EASIER to use than password managers?

WordCrypt is installed on websites, not users' devices. There is nothing for users to install on any device and no passwords to remember, just their own secret phrase and PIN.

How is WordCrypt SAFER to use than password managers?

Does WordCrypt create a new password every time I use it?

How does WordCrypt protect users from identity theft?

Does WordCrypt employ 'military grade encryption'?

So is WordCrypt “unhackable”?

Why should I trust WordCrypt to encrypt my passwords?

If it’s free, how does WordCrypt make money?

WordCrypt's Patent and IP are for sale!

I am seeking a buyer interested in launching this simpler and safer password management system as a new global standard. Watch the video below and contact me if you'd like to solve the world''s password problem once and for all. WordCrypt would eliminate 80% of hacked user accounts, online identity theft, company data breaches and render all existing password managers obsolete.