The new Avast Passwords for Mac takes your Mac security to a new level in time for holiday shopping.
Worried about holiday shopping online this year and getting caught up in a security breach? It seems that's all we hear about in the news anymore: popular retailers suffering massive hacks, banking apps being spoofed, online security issues, identity theft, you name it. Just this week one of the largest video services in the world, Dailymotion, was hacked, and now 85 million people need to change their passwords. Again.
When you shop online or you simply access your everyday accounts, you need to have smart password protection. And let’s face it: you know you need super challenging hacker-proof passwords, but who can remember passwords for multiple sites and accounts today?
There are so many other things to remember during the month of December, you don’t want to worry about all your passwords, or in a case like the Dailymotion breach, update existing ones that were compromised.
Avast Passwords for Mac protects all of your accounts with just one, unbreakable password. All you need to remember is that one master password.
Avast passwords for Mac can do all that remembering for you, for free. And it's compatible with Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows PC.
Unlike Apple Keychain, Avast Passwords won’t lock you on one browser or device. You can use Avast Passwords on any browser – Safari, Chrome and Firefox – and on your iPhone, Android phone, or on Windows, as well.
Your passwords will always be up-to-date with our free synchronization.
And unlike some password managers that can be unencrypted, Avast Passwords cannot be broken into – ever. Our strict zero-knowledge policy ensures that no one can get into your accounts. Find it for free on the Mac App Store for free, try it, and let us know what you think.
Update now to 14.2 to protect your iOS and iPadOS devices from new, previously unknown vulnerabilities.
The tide has turned and Mac users are waking up to the fact that they need protection for their beloved laptops and desktop computers.