Bitdefender Launches A New Password Manager for its Users
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Bitdefender launches a new password manager for its users. It is not easy to remember complex passwords and different ones for each account, this is where a password manager comes in handy. 

According to Bitdefender, 50 percent of people use a single password for all online accounts, and 32 percent reuse just a few passwords across multiple accounts. Are you one of them!!!!

Bitdefender, today launched its own Password manager, it will simplify the creation and management of secure passwords for all your online accounts on various platforms, including mobile. 

The Bitdefender Password Manager is able to generate and save unique, highly complex passwords for each of your accounts. Thus enabling secure user management for all login credentials protected by a single master password. Additionally features end-to-end encryption along with simple set-up, easy installation, and intuitive functionality designed for any level of user.

Ciprian Istrate, vice president of Bitdefender Consumer Solutions said, “Cybercriminals rely on weak passwords to compromise accounts, steal user identities and profit from selling credentials on the dark web. Despite understanding the importance of strong passwords as a security best practice, the ease of memorizing a few passwords and reusing them everywhere outweighs the increased security risk for most. We built Bitdefender Password Manager with this in mind, delivering what we believe is one of the best-in-class password protection without sacrificing user convenience.”

The New Password Manager features a strong password generator. It can securely store and auto-fill payment card details and personal data for streamlined checkout and form filling, and automatic locking after a period of inactivity.

It also offers browser extensions for Windows and macOS, web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and mobile devices (Android and iOS). The company is working on support for Safari at the moment. 

You can import data and passwords from other platforms including Bitdefender Wallet, Chrome and Firefox browsers, 1Password, LastPass, Dashlane, Sticky Password, and others using the new Password Manager.

You can get a 90-day free trial version of Bitdefender Password Manager with most of its consumer products and is also included for Bitdefender Premium Security customers. You can also download the same on the Bitdefender site.

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