Norton Password Manager lets you securely manage your passwords and access your favorite sites faster. Designed to be easier than ever to use, Norton Password Manager saves all your usernames and passwords and syncs them across your devices. With a new built-in password generator, you can create secure, unique passwords for all your accounts right within the app. Store addresses and wallet information like credit cards and bank accounts, so you can quickly fill out online forms for faster checkout when shopping. You can even save notes, like frequent flyer numbers or passport numbers so you always have your important information at your fingertips. Convenient mobile PIN gives you faster access to your vault from your smartphone or tablet.
✔ Helps securely store your passwords in an encrypted vault that only you can access
✔ Built-in browser stores and helps fill-in your information
✔ Saves addresses and credit cards for faster online checkout
✔ Helps you create complex passwords with a built-in password generator
✔ Stores frequent flyer numbers and other password protected notes
✔ Secure mobile PIN lets you access your vault even faster from your Android devices
✔ Helps prevent phishing and malicious sites from capturing your keystrokes.
After initial login, your passwords and other data are available even when you’re offline.
KEEP YOUR PASSWORDS SAFE
Keeping your information safe is a lot easier than you may think. A password manager will help lock down your accounts and save you from having to enter your login credentials every time you sit down at your computer. All of your logins and passwords are stored in a single, secure place. Password managers also help keep your data secure by enabling you to use passwords that are as difficult to crack as they are to remember.
Whether you’re at home or the office, use unique, complex passwords for your online accounts to protect all that you do online. Hackers have managed to penetrate the defenses of major websites and will try your compromised information on hundreds of other popular sites, hoping that you used the same credentials more than once.