Thank you for contacting us. I can help you with resetting your password, but in order to do that, you have to reset your mSecure account. That would mean losing all of the data in the account, because in order to keep your information as safe as possible, we don't have a backdoor into the app in order to decrypt the data in case the password is forgotten. However, if you still have the old phone, and you are still able to view your information in mSecure on that device, I should be able to help. Do you still have the old device, and can you open the mSecure app on it?
Hi Mike, I have a problem slightly the same. I changed the password of my msecure app on my iPhone. Now I can’t login on the msecure app on my desktop. Regardless I don’t have the old password, so I can’t change it on the desktop. A backup restore on de desktop is not possible, when I open it it says ’This file is not an secure for Mac file and cannot be opened in mSecure’.
Is there any way to solve this? Thanks a lot, Roos
When you change the password in one mSecure app, any other apps signed in to the same account require you to enter the old password first before you will be able to open it. The reason for this is because the data stored in the app is encrypted with the old password, so entering the new password does not work to decrypt the data. If you aren't able to remember the old password, may be because you were using Touch or Face ID on a different device, then you will need to reset mSecure on your Mac, and then you can sign in to the account again. After you are signed in, you should not restore data from a backup. When you are signed in to the same account, you should be using one of the sync features to keep your data current in each app.
To reset mSecure on your Mac:
1. Open mSecure on that device
2. Click Help in the menu bar at the top left of your screen, hold down the "option" key on your keyboard, and you should see two hidden options appear in the drop down menu
3. Click "Show Data File in Finder", and a Finder window will appear revealing mSecure's database file, which is named, "mSecure.mscb"
4. Close mSecure
5. Move the "mSecure.mscb" file to the trash
Now you have reset the Mac app, and you're ready to sign back in to your mSecure account:
1. Open mSecure on your Mac if it is closed
2. Skip the welcome screens to go directly to the Sign Up / Sign In screen
3. Click "Sign In"
Enter your mSecure account's email address for the username, then enter the password for that account to sign in to it.
Thanks a lot Mike. It worked! Great, very happy. Thanks again, Roos
No problem at all Roos! Let us know should you need further assistance.