The UT Information Security Office (ISO) created Stache (named after the moustache of the fictional TV private eye Thomas Magnum, portrayed by Tom Selleck) to provide secure storage, sharing, and backup of such sensitive data as passwords, encryption keys, lock codes, and personal identification numbers. The creator of an entry in Stache controls who can see and/or edit the information. No one
Most web sites, e-mail servers, database servers, and other internet services protect their data with SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificates to ensure the confidentiality and authenticity of the site and its data. An SSL certificate is a small data file that associates a cryptographic key to an organization or end user. Any time you use a browser to access a web site with the https:// protocol, the server is using an SSL certificate
If you are replacing your Toopher-enabled device (e.g. getting a new cell phone), you should un-pair the old device before you replace it, then pair the new device once you have it set up and working. (If you fail to do this, then follow the directions below for a lost device if needed –- meaning if you are not keeping your old device and want to still use it).
If you've lost your Toopher-enabled device, you should notify the Toopher service via the online form at