Vault Guide : Taking cerberos for a walk


Pets are great, but what to do with them when you’re out? If you’re using Vault, no worries! 

Watch this guide to take Cerberos for a walk so he doesn’t get lonely. He’s an important part of the family too!

If you have a Vault account and want to know how easy it is to take Cerberos for a walk while you’re out, watch our tutorial below. 

The video also briefly covers how Vaults work in general. Happy walking!

You may be asking yourself “What’s the point of this pet app?”. Why not just leave him at home? 

Well, as mentioned in the video, Cerberos can’t use the bathroom on his own. 

We did go through a traumatic incident where he peed on our office floor. And believe it or not, 

he has really bad gas issues after eating too much bacon. If you’re going to watch this guide, 

take your pet for some air outside and make sure they don’t eat too much bacon before playing with them!

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Thanks! Steve and Alex, Vault’s creators. We’re available at [email protected] or [email protected]

 if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for improvements to the app or website.

Vault Guide : The Long Awaited Vault Update.

Welcome to the official FAQ. In here we will be providing information about our company and project, how to use the product, 

how to get assistance from us as well as other useful information. 

If you see any inaccurate information please let us know by leaving a comment below or via e-mailing us at [email protected] or [email protected].

 This FAQ is currently being written, the first sections are available now. If you would like to contribute to this FAQ

 feel free to leave a comment below with your suggestions and information or feel free to email us at [email protected] or [email protected] 

We will include any valid information given by our readers in the next update of this FAQ. 

Please be aware that this FAQ is a continuous work in progress and as such will be updated often. 

Each update will be posted on our site as an announcement, so if you don’t want to miss any of the updates 

subscribe to our RSS feed at or get a facebook update here: 

As this guide is a work in progress, we will be updating it all the time. Please let us know of any errors or information 

that you would like added to this guide either by leaving a comment below or emailing us at [email protected] or [email protected] 

We will do our best to include all valid suggestions and corrections as soon as possible, thanks for your help!

 If you’re experiencing issues with the application or need assistance please read the rest of this FAQ to find out how to get in contact with us,

 however if your question isn’t answered here don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected] or [email protected] 

with your questions and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.

Vault Guide : The Idea behind Vault.

While talking about access control, the idea of Vault came up. 

After playing with the encryption program TrueCrypt for a while we had to face the one major drawback and problem with it: 

TrueCrypt stores everything locally on disks . 

TrueCrypt uses hidden encrypted partitions, which can be attached to nearly any operating system (Windows and Linux alike).

 Using the TrueCrypt software you are able to create virtual encrypted disks.

 The problem with this approach is that to open these virtual encrypted disks,

 TrueCrypt must be installed on the computer.   taking cerberos for a walk

Also, TrueCrypt will always have to be available on the same local machine where it has been used before, 

otherwise an encrypted data cannot be accessed again. 

This means that in a situation where you would like to use your data on multiple machines and/or computers, it needs to be decrypted on each of them. 

This makes a huge flaw in using multiple computers with encrypted partitions and having those synchronized over a network or sending your virtual data over the internet.

 At this point we realized that we were on a dead-end with TrueCrypt and that it needed to be drastically reworked.

 The only way to solve the problem of synchronized encrypted disks was to create a program that would 

make all the encryption and decryption processes local, offline and without the need for a TrueCrypt installation. 


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