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See all your accounts and passwords in one easy-to-use 'vault', where you can edit, delete, and organize your stored data. Vimen syncs automatically, so you're up-to-date, wherever you are.

Design is in our DNA.

With Vimen we achieved our bold goal of making the safest, most beautiful, but also easiest way to log in. A great achievement! The design of Login is simple for a purpose: the function is of the app is important and the design fits with that seamlessly.

Vimen has been purposefully designed for all your devices. Using the latest technologies, it is fast, easy and more fun to use than ever. They're all built with a 64 bit architecture to take full advantage of our powerful hardware. And with iCloud built into each app, your devices work and play together beautifully.
Vimen even speaks your language. It's fully localized in English, French, German, Italian, Dutch and Spanish.

Technology at its best.

Vimen's back-end is entirely web-based, allowing you to log in from basically anywhere. But still maintaining that high level of security by using some very advanced techniques.

Vimen is available on the web and on mobile, so you can access it everywhere safely. But for those times you don't want to use a browser, we have apps for iPhone, iPad and Android.
vimen consists of several modules, so you can configure different parts of the system. We'll also provide a dashboard to enterprises, this way they can see anonymised data.

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Why is Vimen more secure?

Vimen was created as a bachelor project for university, by our founder. His goal was to build a secure and easy platform to provide consumers and enterprises with a way to protect their data. The project exceeded expectations and thus Vimen was founded.

We are passionate about security, but we've noticed how much online security is still defective. Ever since smartphones began to offer us constant access to the internet, we found ourselves losing much needed security. People want to log in really easy. We, at Vimen, as well. But we also began to realize that we were really neglecting security and putting valuable data at risk. We were having a hard time keeping track of passwords, usernames, emails, security codes and others. We would end up writing them down in our computers, leaving them unprotected and prone to being hacked or accidentally deleted. We needed something that worked seamlessly. A personal access code that is the same wherever you go, and there when you need it. Something effortlessly. Easy to organize and manage, giving you complete control. That is why we built Vimen. We're making it quick and easy for you to access your accounts on every device, without taking up time but adding security.
There is little needed for a company to start using our service. We provide API's for you to integrate our system into your service (e.g. website, app, program). Vimen was built like popular content management systems like Wordpress. This means we provide your company with a dashboard where you can change the degree of security needed. This integrates perfectly into your IT department's workflow, meaning it keeps the costs low. By using several servers across the globe we can guarantee 99,9% uptime of our system. And by mirroring data, you'll never loose it.

Some of the techniques used


Algorithms are used for calculation, data processing, and automated reasoning. We build the most intelligent algorithms possible. They learn over time and become even smarter. Computers can learn on their own if given the right instructions. No login will ever be the same.


Safety used to rely on yourself. That's all changed, thanks to the same machine learning and cloud-scale processes that have grown out of the world of search. Our Machine Learning process learns when you use the system. This way we can notice a fraudulous login even quicker and refuse it.


Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR) is a technology used to help prevent shellcode from being successful. In normal terms, this means we save your stuff at least two times. At random places. And they change continuously. Good luck stealing that!