Password security for a business' accounts on third party websites is very important. Storing those passwords securely is as important as the quality of the passwords themselves. Since the primary goal of Lilium's password manager is to allow multiple people within a business to share passwords, it does not use a 'vault' concept as more mainstream personal password managers do.
Lilium's password manager uses password categories to allow for password access control. A category is really just a 'bucket' of passwords that has a name and more importantly, a right necessary to access it. People who do not possess the required right to access the category will not be able to see or modify the category and its content.
Creating a New Password Category
Initially, your Lilium instance's password manager will be empty.
To create a new password category, click on the 'Create a new Category' button.
The Name field is quite simply a label for the new category, it could be anything.
The Right field determines who will have access to the new category. For instance, if you were to input 'editor' inside this field, only Lilium users with the editor right will have access to the new category.
Adding a New Password to a Password Category
To add a new password to a category, click on '+ Create a new password' at the bottom of the password category card.
The Name field, again, is merely a label for the password, it could be aything.
The Password field is meant to contain the password itself, it is encrypted (not hashed) in your Lilium's instance database. We recommend that you use the 'Generate Password' button. It will create a random string of text that is not vulnerable to dictionary attacks and that is impossible to guess since it is not tied to anything personal to you. In the event that your browser does not support the necessary cryptographic features, we recommend that you use a trustworthy random password generator to generate the password and then store it inside Lilium.
Note: Lilium cannot and will not update the passwords to your third party accounts according to what you store inside the password manager hence it is your responsibility to update your third party accounts' passwords to match what is stored inside Lilium's password manager.