Authomate’s technology, which is not commonly used by other password managers, makes StrongPass highly resistant to password cracking. The credentials in StrongPass are encrypted using a random 256 bit AES key that is not stored anywhere on the phone nor is it derived from the passcode. If you lose or misplace your smartphone, and someone tries to guess the passcode to open your StrongPass app, it will automatically lock itself after a limited number of failed login attempts, thereby preventing brute force and dictionary attacks against the passcode.
You can take additional steps to further protect yourself by disabling your StrongPass device from the Authomate website. Your app/device can be locked by your Team Administrator if you are a member of team, or you can do it yourself by following these steps below with your Authomate website account.
1) To disable your StrongPass app/device, log into your Authomate website account from the sign in page using your Authomate login ID and password.
2) Once you are logged in, select your device from the My Devices list, then bring up the action menu and select the "LOCK" menu item as shown below.
3) Click on the LOCK button to lock your device.
4) Click on the X to dismiss the lock confirmation pop up screen.
If anyone attempt's to guess your passcode while StrongPass is locked, they will get the following message:
Note 1: If you locate your smartphone you can unlock the app from here.
Note 2: If your smartphone is permanently lost and you have a replacement phone, you can recover your StrongPass credentials by following the steps described here.