Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores your data, protecting it with a master password.
Kaspersky Password Manager offers the following functionality:
Data storage. Kaspersky Password Manager stores passwords to webmail, social networks, online stores, and other websites, as well as application passwords, contact information, bank card numbers and PIN codes, passport details, and other important personal data in the vault.
Importing data. Kaspersky Password Manager lets you quickly gather all important data into one application. If you have previously used password managers embedded into browsers or other password management applications, you can easily transfer their stored logins and passwords into Kaspersky Password Manager.
Autofilling of login and password entry fields. When you need to sign in on a website, Kaspersky Password Manager enters your login and password and logs you into the website automatically.
Identity protection. Kaspersky Password Manager stores all data in encrypted form and decrypts it when you access it by entering the master password. The master password is not stored anywhere and only you know it.
Automatic synchronization of data on all devices. Kaspersky Password Manager lets you automatically keep the data up to date on all your devices on which Kaspersky Password Manager is installed. This means that when you add data to Kaspersky Password Manager on one device, the application automatically sends this data to your online vault, and from the online vault to the rest of your devices. If you replace or lose your device, Kaspersky Password Manager lets you restore your data via synchronization.
Data backup. Kaspersky Password Manager lets you create a backup copy of all data stored in the application at any time. If necessary, you can always recover data from the backup copy.