Liso is a free open-source decentralized password manager that goes beyond keeping your password safe in a secure vault. It helps you keep a record of all of your private data information secured.
The project is written by Oliver Martinez who is an open-source developer and enthusiast.
Liso is primarily written in the Dart language and Flutter framework.
Liso uses a powerful decentralized network of computers to route your files, making it impossible for anyone to leak or sell your data. You have the option to choose your provider: IPFS, Sia, Storj, and Skynet.
Zero-Knowledge: No phone number or email is needed to create a Liso Vault Decentralized: Makes data breaches and central point of failures a thing of the past No-Logging: Liso doesn't store, track, or log your data Open-source: Check Liso's code yourself Offline Mode: You have the choice to use the app 100% offline
- Biometric Authentication
- Upload, Download, and Manage Files
- Seamlessly sync across multiple devices
- Multi-Vaults Support
- 2 Factor Item Protection
- Unlimited Devices
- Unlimited Items
- Export / Import Vault
User choices: Free or Pro?
Liso App is packed by an optional affordable secure web vault that offers two options: FREE which comes with a rich features set, and Liso Pro for $0.8/ Month.
- Linux (soon)
- Web (soon)
The project is released under the GPL-3.0 License.
Open source Status
The current state of Liso being open-source is for self-auditing purposes only. This means some code are not included as they contain
secrets proprietary for Liso as a business, in result you will be unable to successfully build the source.