Top 10 Password Managers

Last updated: October 02, 2022

Password Managers allows to securely store all your passwords and quickly login into multiple applications and website under single master password
LastPass is there when you need to login, generate a password for a new site, or complete an online order. We've streamlined the browsing experience with features that take the hassle out of logging in and signing up, so you can forget about passwords forever.
1Password gives you the security you need in today's online world without slowing you down. 1Password makes you more productive while simultaneously increasing your security with strong, unique passwords for all your accounts and keeps all of your important information encrypted and secure.
The best password manager and free form filler on iOS. Let Dashlane securely store your data, and carry it with you wherever you go. From credit cards to receipts, save everything in your digital wallet. Access your digital wallet on any device for free.
Bitwarden is a free and open-source password management service that stores sensitive information such as website credentials in an encrypted vault. The Bitwarden platform offers a variety of client applications including a web interface, desktop applications, browser extensions, mobile apps, and a CLI.
KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). For more information, see the features page.
Keeper is a secure and easy-to-use password manager and digital vault. Keeper password vault provides password management and online file storage. Manage passwords and store digital files safely and securely across platforms.
Enpass is a cross-platform password management app to securely store passwords and other credentials in a virtual vault locked with a master password. Unlike most other popular password managers, Enpass is an offline password manager.
A built-in password manager in your Google Account. You can manage your saved passwords any time at or in Chrome (destop or mobile).
RoboForm remembers your passwords so you don't have to! Just remember your one Master Password and RoboForm remembers the rest- it's that easy! Our bookmark-style Logins automatically log you in to your favorite websites with one click.
Keychain is the password management system in macOS and iOS developed by Apple.
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mSecure Password Manager is a Secure Data Management Software Application. 256 bit Blowfish Encryption that has never been cracked. Your password is not saved anywhere in the software. Optional self-destruct if hacker attempts to guess your password.
Zoho Vault is an online password management software that lets businesses securely store, share and manage passwords and other sensitive data and access online apps. Securely store, share and manage your passwords and other sensitive data and access them from anywhere with Zoho Vault
Firefox Lockwise is a password manager from Mozilla, the makers of Firefox. It’s an app for iPhone and Android that gives you access to passwords you’ve saved to Firefox.
Never forget a password again with the all new version of SplashID Safe. Seamless sync & backup via secure cloud. Apps for all major platforms. 24-hour Identity protection services. One low price includes all versions
The number of passwords you need every day for websites and work systems can be impossible to remember. eWallet helps you protect yourself by keeping your passwords safe, but easy for you to access when you need them on a variety of devices.
Sign in to True Key with your face or fingerprint. True Key can recognize and sign you in without passwords. True Key auto-saves and enters your passwords, so you don't have to.

Latest news about Password Managers

2022. Open source password manager Bitwarden raises $100M

Bitwarden, an open source password manager for enterprises and consumers, has raised $100 million round. Bitwarden operates in a space that includes well-known incumbents such as 1Password, which recently hit a $6.8 billion valuation off the back of a $620 million fundraise, and LastPass, which was recently spun out as an independent company again two years after landing in the hands of private equity firms. In a nutshell, Bitwarden and its ilk make it easier for people to generate hard-to-guess passwords automatically, and store them all in a secure digital vault — it’s all about helping people avoid reusing the same predictable password across all their online accounts.

2022. Google consolidates its Chrome and Android password managers

Google today announced an update to its password manager that will finally introduce a consistent look-and-feel across the service’s Chrome and Android implementations. Users will soon see a new unified user experience that will automatically group multiple passwords for the same sites or apps together, as well as a new shortcut on the Android home screen to get access to these passwords. Meanwhile, on Android, Google’s password check can now also flag weak and re-used passwords and help you to automatically change them, while Chrome users across platforms will now see compromised password warnings.

2021. 1Password acquires SecretHub and launches new enterprise secrets management tool

1Password, the password management service that competes with the likes of LastPass and BitWarden, has announced a major push beyond the basics of password management and into the infrastructure secrets management space. To do so, the company has acquired secrets management service SecretHub and is now launching its new 1Password Secrets Automation service. With the combination of 1Password and its new Secrets Automation service, businesses can use a single tool that covers them, from managing their employee’s passwords to handling infrastructure secrets.

2020. Firefox gets a better password manager

Mozilla launched version 76 of its Firefox browser with enhanced password manager. Firefox Lockwise will now ask you for your device password when you try to copy and paste credentials from your “Logins and Passwords” page in the browser. After you’ve confirmed your device password, you can see and copy your credentials for five minutes. This should make it a bit harder for others to access password-protected sites on your machine, especially if you’re on a computer you regularly share with others. Also new to Lockwise are alerts for vulnerable passwords that are identical to those that have been stolen in a known breach, as well as warnings when a website you use has been breached and your logins and passwords were likely stolen. In addition, Lockwise’s password generator now works with more sites and will help you find 12 random letters, numbers and symbols for you to use as your password.

2019. 1Password raised $200M Series A

Fourteen years after launching 1Password takes a $200M Series A. Dave Teare says he and his co-founder Roustem Karimov stumbled onto the idea of 1Password in 2005. They were running a web development consultancy when they decided to resolve a long-standing problem of logging into multiple websites, a particularly acute issue given their day jobs. They decided to build a tool to help, and when they put it out in the world, they found lots of other people had the same problem. They ended up closing the web consultancy to build 1Password, and the rest, as they say, is history.

2019. Zoho introduced new Zoho Vault mobile apps for iOS and Android

Zoho introducing our completely revamped iOS and Android apps for its password manager Zoho Vault. The new version brings with it a variety of new features, including our brand-new UI, in-app account upgrade, and an all-new dark mode. The new UI simplifies password management like never before. It combines style with efficiency, allowing you to save and share passwords for more than 300 popular websites in no time. It also has dark mode now. The new autofill experience is simple, faster, and a lot more efficient. We’ve enhanced key features to allow you to securely autofill passwords across a wider range of websites and applications, so you never need to click “Forgot password” again.

2019. Mozilla launched free password manager - Firefox Lockbox

Mozilla’s new free password manager Lockbox is designed for Firefox users that want to use other browsers on iPhone and Android. Firefox Lockbox mobile app offers a simple if a bit basic way for users to access from their mobile device their logins already stored in their Firefox browser. The app is nowhere near as developed as password managers like 1Password, Dashlane, LastPass and others as it lacks common features like the ability to add, edit or delete passwords; suggest complex passwords; or alert you to potentially compromised passwords resulting from data breaches, among other things. However, the app is free — and if you’re already using Firefox’s browser, it’s at the very least a more secure alternative to writing down your passwords in an unprotected notepad app, for example. And you can opt to enable Lockbox as an Autofill service.***

2018. Zoho Vault adds Autofill Passwords and Siri Shortcuts

With the latest iOS 12 release, Zoho Vault users can now autofill usernames and passwords on Safari and other third-party apps. Users can enjoy a seamless login experience to their everyday apps without compromising security. You can also access passwords stored in Zoho vault using Siri Shortcuts by creating personalized phrases

2018. 1Password unveiled new business offering

Popular password manager 1Password has a new subscription product aimed at business users with larger teams. The new offering, 1Password Business, replaces the Teams Pro plan. It is priced at $7.99 per user, per month, which includes a free 1Password Families membership for each user — to extend workplace security hygiene to employees’ home computing environments too. While the remaining $3.99 Teams product is geared towards smaller businesses or group users, the new Business plan offers enhanced customer support; more per person document storage; and a larger number of guest accounts.

2018. 1Password partners with popular breach monitoring service

A little over a month since 1Password incorporated a pwned password check feature, the password manager service has now netted what’s being described as “a partnership” with the popular breach monitoring service Have I Been Pwned. HIBP is now recommending users sign up to 1Password’s service at the point when they learn their information may have been involved in a data breach. It’s a major win for 1Password of course, whose brand will now be in front of people at the point when they are likely to be most motivated to pay to tighten the security screw.

2018. 1Password improves password strength

Password management service 1Password adds a neat new feature that lets users check whether a password they’re thinking of using has already been breached. At which point it will suggest they pick another. This is in addition to the more usual password strength indicator bar that tries to encourage web users to improve their security practices. The pwnage check builds on that by further reducing the risk of password reuse because it’s verifying if the specific password has appeared in a number of known data breaches.

2017. Zoho Vault offers free option for LastPass users

LastPass doubled the price of its premium subscription for individual users from $12 to $24 per year, in the process removing some of the features previously available in their free plan. And Zoho takes this opportunity to lure Lastpass business users to its alternative solution Zoho Vault with one-year free subscription to the Professional Edition for teams and FREE forever plan for personal use. Zoho also provides a tool that allows to import your data from LastPass to Zoho Vault in just a couple of steps. Zoho Vault is an online password manager for individuals and teams that comes with an intuitive user interface, advanced sharing features, tight third-party integrations, native iOS and Android mobile apps, extensions for Chrome, Safari and Firefox, rock-solid security, and complete data privacy.

2016. Password manager LastPass is now free

LastPass, the password manager owned by LogMeIn, is making a core component of its service free. Before now users could access the the browser extension for free but had to pay a $12 annual fee to take their passwords with them on mobile. From now this feature is free. Free services will also now include two-factor authentication, password generation and sync, and access from unlimited devices. Basically, LastPass is now charging only for enhanced features rather than convenient access. The company also earns revenue from its enterprise offerings. LastPass says that the change is motivated by a commitment to bringing password security to the masses. But the pricing change might also be intended to lure users from other paid password management services.

2016. 1Password adds subscription offering

Popular password manager 1Password is trying a new distribution model. Instead paying for the 1Password app on your Mac or PC (for $64.99) and paying again to upgrade to a new major version, AgileBits now has a new plan — for $2.99 per month, you can download and use all the 1Password apps for as long as you subscribe. This comes in addition to the existing model. People who sign up to a subscription now get six months free. AgileBits tells me it will continue to provide both models with the next major update. But after Adobe, Microsoft and countless of other software companies, it looks like subscriptions are here to stay as many people now opt for subscriptions instead of one-time purchases.

2016. Password management startup Dashlane raised $22.5M

Dashlane, the startup that provides a platform for users to manage their passwords and online identities across multiple sites and apps, has raised a further $22.5 million in funding. The market for identity protection and password protection has perhaps never been stronger than it is today. There is a growing wave of mainstream services that you consume in the cloud that need you to authenticate who you are. But the instances of malicious hackers uncovering and using your credentials for nefarious purposes seem to be rising at an alarming rate. The company says it has more than 5 million consumers in over 150 countries, and it has enabled $6 billion in e-commerce transactions to date.

2016. 1Password gets fingerprint unlock on Android

AgileBits released significant update to the 1Password for Android, which most notably brings support for fingerprint scanners - something it has already supported on Apple devices. The convenience of Fingerprint Unlock is only for devices that both run Android Marshmallow (version 6.0) and include a fingerprint scanner (of course), such as the Google Nexus 5X. Those other features include support for teams, plus a redesign that adopts Google’s Material Design and includes a convenient floating button and omnipresent toolbar.

2015. Intel to close password manager service PasswordBox

Less than a year after being acquired by Intel, PasswordBox is closing its password manager service and pushing users to migrate to Intel’s alternative, True Key, which launched earlier this year. True Key is a freemium service, but in order to get the free version of the service users need to only store 15 passwords. ‘Unlimited’ passwords (which is actually capped at 2,000) costs $20 per year. PasswordBox also offeres a freemium model, but it's free for up to 25 passwords and then users can either pay $1 per month or invite friends to use it to get unlimited passwords. So users switching to True Key are likely to have to pay more for their password management needs.

2015. LogMeIn acquired password management service LastPass

Remote access software maker LogMeIn has acquired the online password management software maker LastPass for $110 million. LastPass, a competitor with Dashlane, 1Password, and others, offered a suite of tools to help users stay safe online. Its core product is a password management software application that helps you create strong, secure passwords for the websites you visit as well as keep other private information in “secure notes.” A native desktop application for OS X, released earlier this year, introduced a “Security Check” tool that let users quickly scan all their passwords to see if they were secured properly. The company also offers web browser extensions, and a mobile app.

2015. Password manager Zoho Vault allows users to sign-up from Android devices

Online password management software Zoho Vault adds several new features. The updated Android app for Zoho Vault now allows users to sign-up from their devices. Users can now easily create an account with Zoho Vault, either personal or organizational, and get started with Zoho Vault via their Android devices. Administrators can now increase security levels in Zoho Vault by imposing restrictions based on the IPs from which their users access Vault. The recent update also gives users an option to select an existing chamber to which they would like the secrets to be imported to. This saves them from having to manually add each secret to a chamber after import. Users can now change the type of secrets from one to another (ex. from Windows to Unix) with ease, instead of the earlier procedure – having to delete the secret(s) as a whole and create a new one altogether with the desired secret type.

2015. Password manager LastPass launches version for Mac

Password management service LastPass rolled out a new, native Mac application, which will offer users more native integration on OS X, while also introducing a number of new features, including instant logins, the ability to run security checks on your online accounts, and a fast search function. Apps like Dashlane, LastPass, 1Password and others are now often some of the first to get installed on users’ new computers or mobile devices, as consumers become increasingly aware of the threat hackers pose, even though, ironically, some of the most high-profile data breaches as of late, like those at Target, Staples and Home Depot, took place at stores’ point-of-sale, not online.

2014. Password manager Dashlane provides automatic password changing

The password manager Dashlane, which competes with the likes of LastPass and 1Password, is now able to offer an automated password-changing feature. Like most password managers, Dashlane’s software already included a password generator — now, users can automatically change passwords for chosen services with a single click, making it less likely that they’ll use the same password for long periods of time. The firm is touting this as a good counter-measure against security disasters like Heartbleed, where passwords have found their way into the wrong hands. For now the Password Changer requires a small amount of manual intervention, but in future it will gain the ability to automatically change passwords at set intervals. It’s already compatible with sites such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, eBay and PayPal.

2014. Intel buys password manager PasswordBox

Intel is buying PasswordBox, a password management startup founded two years ago. PasswordBox not only offers secure logins and auto-generated passwords, but also a method of securing your digital legacy. Like a will, PasswordBox lets you transfer those assets to a family member or co-worker. The acquisition of PasswordBox brings together a few different themes: Intel’s ambition to move deeper into value-added services for enterprises; the rise of computer hacking in our increasingly networked world; and the bigger move to add more password protection services, exemplified also by the growth of standalone companies like Okta and Centrify as well as moves from larger companies like Microsoft to bundle ID management services into their cloud-based offerings.

2014. Zoho Vault Browser Extensions enable secure auto-login to websites and applications

Zoho equiped its online password manager Zoho Vault with browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. These browser extensions are designed to make your day-to-day password management and auto-logon activities seamless. Once you install and deploy the Zoho Vault extension, you’ll be able to perform most of your password management operations from whichever site you are on. So from now you don’t have to leave a site, go to Zoho Vault, and then return to the site just to create or manage your passwords. Instead, you stay put as the browser extension helps you auto-fill and auto-logon – all from the website or application login page itself.