After upgrading to Banktivity 7 I am repeatedly asked to enter my Cloud Sync password and/or sign in to my Banktivity ID account

We have heard some reports of issues with Banktivity ID and/or Cloud Sync passwords after upgrading to Banktivity 7.  Our development team recommends the following steps to help resolve these issues: Open Keychain Access on your Mac. Keychain Access is a default utility application that comes pre-installed on all Macs. Keychain Access is located inside…

How can I find my Cloud Document encryption password?

When using Banktivity 6 or 7 the Cloud Document encryption password should be saved in Keychain Access on your Mac. Keychain Access is a utility application located inside the Utilities folder on your Mac, the Utilities folder is located inside the Applications folder – /Applications/Utilities/Keychain Access From Keychain Access use the search field to search…

How do I find the password for my Banktivity ID account?

When using Banktivity 5, the Banktivity ID password should be saved in Keychain Access on your Mac. Keychain Access is a utility application located inside the Utilities folder on your Mac, the Utilities folder is located inside the Applications folder – /Applications/Utilities/Keychain Access From Keychain Access use the search field to search for: auth.iggsoftware.com Double-Click on…

How can I find my Cloud Document encryption password?

When using Banktivity 5 the Cloud Document encryption password should be saved in Keychain Access on your Mac. Keychain Access is a utility application located inside the Utilities folder on your Mac, the Utilities folder is located inside the Applications folder – /Applications/Utilities/Keychain Access From Keychain Access use the search field to search for: iBank…

Safari is attempting to autofill the password on my bank’s website using my info from iBank. How can I stop this?

Occasionally Safari may attempt to autofill your password information when visiting the website for your bank. The first time Safari does this, it will ask for your permission to access the keychain item. Choosing “Deny” at this step will stop it from using it. However, if you’ve responded with “Allow” in the past, the following describes how…