Advanced Password Manager

1.0.0.24024

Advanced Password Manager is a fairly lightweight app that is able to detect and delete identity traces from your computer system after saving them to an encrypted vault secured by one master password.

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Version1.0.0.24024
Operating System SupportWindows 10, Windows XP, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista
Current LanguageEnglish
Available LanguagesEnglish, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish
LicenseTrial version
DateThursday, October 26th 2017
DeveloperAdvanced Password Manager
Developer URLhttps://advancedpasswordmanager.com

Key Features include:

  • One password to unlock all your accounts.
  • Saves your time by auto-filling forms.
  • Deletes all potential security traces.
  • Automatically sync your saved details across browsers.

With Advanced Password Manager installed, you can protect all manner of different types of data, including your passwords, auto-fill login credentials, securely save your online accounts, sync passwords, credit card details and more. You can even generate strong passwords as well.

The app securely locks your personal and financial information, so that you can unlock them using your own master key. With multiple passwords and login details to remember these days, with e-mail, social networking sites, blogs, forums etc. it can become difficult to keep track of them all. This is where the tendency to use the same password for all your accounts is unsecure and unsafe, because if someone obtains the password, all your accounts can be hacked without your notice.

Overall, Advanced Password Manager is not that bad a solution to secure your digital life. It does have a few drawbacks, however. The interface is not that intuitive and there are a few annoying popup windows which appear for toll free support numbers to call. Apart from that, the basic design is ok, and it doesn’t consume large amounts of system resources.

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