F-Secure Key Mass Feature Request

F-Secure Key Mass Feature Request

Hi Team,

Hi fellow users,


I'm a new Key premium user who just moved from LastPass premium (due to security/privacy reasons) and using Freedome for 2 years and I was also included in beta program. I added feature requests and gave responses about the beta product.


Feature request list

1) 2FA authentication (Google authenticator/custom app + support  hardwares like Yubikey)

2) Password generator: more than 32 chars (up to 512)

3) Automatic password history

4) New auto lock times between 60mins and 10hrs (or custom)

5) Analytics opt-out option

6) Folders/Tags support

7) New record categories (beyond Password and Credit card): ID/Passport, Issurance, Health issurance, Private-public key, Driving licence, Internet bank access, Database, Email account, Membership, Social security, Server, SSH-key, Software licence, Wifi password

7) Password security assessment (easy passwords, same passwords, etc)

8) OS X Safari autofill add-on

9) OS X app: mass password management (selecting, deleting, moving etc multiple passwords at once)

10) OS X app: Font size setting

11) iOS app exit autolock (I'm happy that app has privacy protection:) + quick PIN & TouchID unlock support

12) iOS system wide credential autofill support (like LastPass)


If you need beta testers on OS X or on iOS via TestDrive I'm here Smiley Wink

Thanks for listening,



OS X app version: 4.3.131 (OS X: El Capitan 10.11.5 (15F34))

iOS app version: 4.2.2 (iPhone 6 Vanilla 9.3.2 (13F69))



11) iOS app exit autolock (I'm happy that app has privacy protectionSmiley Happy + quick PIN & TouchID unlock support


This option exists, but not in Settings but on next login to iOS app. 


13) Make Key icon visible on OSX status bar in dark mode. Key icon color doesn't switch to lighter color like other icons.



I would buy the product today if it supported Yubikey.


All suggestions seem good. For me personally, the most important ones are:


1. tagging/grouping option

2. 2FA

3. password history in a sense that some kind of reminder to change old passwords

Yes I agree, 2FA is important and open source yubikey support would really let this product take off?