Unlike other password managers, we never touch your passwords or send any of your data to our servers. Gnokey uses browser-based RSA public/private and AES 256 asymmetric encryption keys to enable direct user-to-user password sharing and to store your passwords encrypted in Google drive.
Yes! You can import passwords from anywhere by uploading a CSV when you are creating a new password group. LastPass provides a CSV export which can be found under their advanced options menu.
Each “Password Group” in Gnokey is an individual Google Drive file. This file is stored in Drive and contains a list of encrypted passwords. If you download this file directly you can open it with a text editor to see it contains all of your password groups data in a format called firstname.lastname@example.org.