The Ace Manager is a password manager that uses Electron.js framework with Node.js to implement different packages together, creating a system that will organise and store the passwords for users and also create a standard password for them.
The audience for this project are people who use computer sites regularly and need to find their password for particular sites. This application creates a streamline version of a password manager that will be quick and easy to use. It will address the on-going problems that other password managers have such as being outdated, lack of multi-factor authentication and have been previously hacked.
The user can log in via multi-factor authentication, which includes a username, password, Two-Step Verification (Mobile) and a token which is generated by the application. As the user moves through the application the token maintains their verification status while using the application and helps prevent theft of data.
Final year Computing Student. Holder of QQI Level 6 in software development. Six months’ experience in software testing with AIG.
Worked with Java, XML files and used Cucumber to test and modify the files. Experience with Linux networking systems. Independent learner and have studies C#, Japanese and Portuguese online.
Experience teaching computers at Men’s Shed. I learned to work as a part of a team and put the key analytical and project planning skills into practice.