Kaspersky Password Manager

A very easy to use Mac OS X application designed to help you store your passwords and notes in a secure yet easily accessible manner.

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Kaspersky Password Manager - In the Kaspersky Password Manager main window you must set up the master password.Kaspersky Password Manager - In the Kaspersky Password Manager main window you can easily add new entries and manage your database.Kaspersky Password ManagerKaspersky Password ManagerKaspersky Password ManagerKaspersky Password Manager - In the Kaspersky Password Manager Preferences window you can easily uninstall the browser extensions.
Using unique, strong passwords is extremely important if you want to protect yourself against identity theft.

Since complex passwords are certainly not easy to remember, Kaspersky Password Manager allows you to store your passwords in an encrypted vault and synchronizes the data with your Kaspersky online account.

This way, you will be able to access the credentials for all your accounts via different devices and stay safe at the same time. However, you will have to remember the password to your Kaspersky account and the master passkey for the vault.

Working with Kaspersky Password Manager is fairly intuitive: in the left side panel of the main window you can choose which type of details you want to store (the account for a website, the login details for a certain app, various identities or text notes) and the app allows you to make new entries via successive panels displayed on the right side.

In the bottom left corner of the main window you can view the date and time for the latest online synchronization. If it’s not satisfactory, you can easily launch the sync process via the Kaspersky Password Manager status bar menu.

In addition, the Quick Search tool placed in the opposite corner will prove to be extremely useful if you are dealing with a large database.

For your convenience, Kaspersky Password Manager also installs extensions for three popular web browsers: Safari, Firefox and Google Chrome. The browser components are designed to help you autofill your credentials and improve your experience.

Kaspersky Password Manager does not ask for permission before installing these tools but, if you do not want to use them in all your browsers, you can easily remove each one via the Kaspersky Password Manager Preferences window.

All things considered, Kaspersky Password Manager will prove to be a very efficient tool if you are looking for a way to increase your online security.

Kaspersky Password Manager was reviewed by , last updated on November 27th, 2014

Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)

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