On Friday, I watched my dad organize his passwords in Excel and it puzzled me why he wasn't using a password storing software. He always says they aren't secure so I decided to make a Blockstack password manager. I used BlockVault as inspiration.
What it does
Provides a clean interface for users to store, edit, and delete credentials for websites that are stored in their individual accounts.
How I built it
Built with html/css and the Blockstack react framework.
Challenges I ran into
I didn't know how to make dictionaries or collections in React but I pulled my way through.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I made a complete website with a login and user interaction. This is my first dynamic website in react.
What I learned
How to utilize Blockstack to create beautiful and secure applications fast and easily.
What's next for KeyWatch
Im planning to add many more features to KeyWatch, including a sorting system to easily find and browse through websites, added encryption to increase security even more, the ability for the user to create multiple usernames and passwords for a single website, and icons for a pleasing display.