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New Features in dfndr vault Protect You Even More

The dfndr vault app has gotten even better with new features aimed at keeping your photos and videos more secure.

The team at PSafe is proud to announce 2 new additional features in the latest dfndr vault release, 2.6.4. We’re stoked to introduce the fake PIN and break-in alerts features to give you more privacy tools for your smartphone. Why not try a 7-day trial of dfndr vault and check out the full benefits?

Meanwhile, let’s discover what these 2 new features can bring to your Android phone.

New Feature #1: Fake PIN
The new fake PIN feature allows you to set a secondary passcode for your private vault. In the event that someone forces you to enter your actual code, you can provide the second passcode that will trigger a decoy dfndr vault gallery. Even under duress, dfndr vault has you protected, so your private photos and videos remain secure.

New Feature #2: Break-In Alerts
Worried about intruders trying to gain access to your phone? You can activate the new break-in alerts feature to discreetly take photos of individuals attempting to access your dfndr vault gallery. If an incorrect passcode is entered, the app will take a photo with your front-facing camera and log the activity. You can then easily check the option, ‘break-in attempts’ to see if anyone has tried to breach your personal security.

Read More: Protect Your Private Photos in a Private Gallery!

Take Your Privacy to the Next Level
For those looking to take advantage of the new false PIN and break-in alerts features, take a spin with dfndr vault premium. In addition to these new features, as a premium user, you’ll have the ability to backup unlimited amounts of data to a cloud service of your choice and lock down your Android with facial recognition technology. Your entire dfndr vault gallery is layered with AES-256 bit encryption, which is used by the U.S. government and recognized as “military-grade.”

We carry our digital lives around on our smartphones, but sometimes we wish to keep bits of ourselves private. Using dfndr vault means you can feel safe knowing your private pics and videos stays out of the public eye. After the 7-day trial of experiencing premium features, you can subscribe to dfndr vault for $6.99 for 1 month, $13.99 for 3 months, or $34.99 for 12 months.