Kaspersky Password Manager

Kaspersky Password Manager 8.0.5

Kaspersky Password Manager

Kaspersky Password Manager is an all-in-one password solution from the security giants. It will help you generate, use and manage all the passwords necessary for modern online life. View full description

PROS

  • Password generator
  • Portable version feature
  • Authorize by password, USB or bluetooth

CONS

  • Strange selection of supported browsers

Very good
8

Kaspersky Password Manager is an all-in-one password solution from the security giants. It will help you generate, use and manage all the passwords necessary for modern online life.

The program follows the same process as the vast majority of password managers. You define an all-important master password and the program sits in your system tray, ready for use when you need it. You can add individual accounts to have them always at hand, while Kaspersky Password Manager also integrates into your browser, so it will detect any new passwords and offer you the opportunity to add them to the program.

Kaspersky Password Manager has good configuration options, including a timeout function and a password generator - perfect for when you have run out of secure password ideas. The program's encryption options are also quite advanced - there is a selection of providers and algorithms. In all, the program is smooth and easy to use, and if there is a problem, it comes with good help.

There was just one thing that stuck out about Kaspersky Password Manager, and that was the slightly odd selection of supported browsers - it includes Netscape, for instance, but not Opera or Chrome. Apart from this little problem, however, Kaspersky Password Manager is a solid password management solution that would be a good addition to any computer.

Kaspersky Password Manager - solid, reliable password management from the Kaspersky stable.

Manage your passwords - protect your identity

Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores all your passwords - plus key identity information - and synchronizes them across all your online devices... so it's easier to sign into your favorite websites & apps and quicker to fill in online forms.

Stores your passwords... securely Kaspersky Password Manager stores all of your passwords - and key information about your identity - in an encrypted vault. Your passwords and identity cards* can only be unlocked with a master password that only you know. Synchronizes passwords across multiple devices All your passwords and identity cards* are synchronized across all your devices - PC, Mac, Android phone & tablet, iPhone & iPad. Simplifies 'sign in' for websites and apps Because Kaspersky Password Manager stores and manages all your usernames and passwords, you don't need to remember the sign-in details for every website and app - and you won't have to keep sending 'I forgot my password' messages. Generates strong passwords Kaspersky Password Manager automatically creates strong, individual passwords on your PC... for each web and app account. You can then use these strong passwords on any of your supported devices. Helps fill in online forms.

Careful use of strong passwords can be vital in ensuring you're protected against identity theft and cybercriminals. Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores all of your website and app account passwords - and synchronizes them across your PCs, Mac computers, Android smartphones, Android tablets, iPhones and iPads... to help you protect your digital identity against hacker attacks.

Kaspersky Password Manager

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Kaspersky Password Manager 8.0.5

— User reviews — about Kaspersky Password Manager

  • tedheinrich

    by tedheinrich

    "frustrated"

    I bought and downloaded the program 2 days ago. I received a message that I needed to register. I thought I already ha... More.

    reviewed on August 1, 2015

  • larry.gilbert.12139

    by larry.gilbert.12139

    "Doesn't work on 1/3 to 1/2 of websites requiring passwords."

    I've been disappointed with this product. It turns out that it doesn't work on at least a third and probably half of th... More.

    reviewed on February 20, 2013