Norton Password Manager APK

Version 7.5.1 - com.symantec.mobile.idsafe
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Norton Password Manager apk

APP Information

Download Version 7.5.1 (2645)
Apk Size79.69 MB
App DeveloperNortonMobile
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.symantec.mobile.idsafe.apk
MD5c5199fcaf86dde7f8f37f86b48e869d6
Rate4
Website https://identitysafe.norton.com/

Download Norton Password Manager 7.5.1 APK

App Description

Norton Password Manager is symantec,mobile,idsafe,tools,norton,password,manager, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4 by 3 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit NortonMobile website who developed it. com.symantec.mobile.idsafe.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 7.5.1 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 5353+ times on store. You can also download com.symantec.mobile.idsafe APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Norton Password Manager lets you securely manage your passwords and access your favorite sites faster. Designed to be easier than ever to use, Norton Password Manager saves all your usernames and passwords and syncs them across your devices. With a new built-in password generator, you can create secure, unique passwords for all your accounts right within the app. Store addresses and wallet information like credit cards and bank accounts, so you can quickly fill out online forms for faster checkout when shopping. You can even save notes, like frequent flyer numbers or passport numbers so you always have your important information at your fingertips. Convenient mobile PIN gives you faster access to your vault from your smartphone or tablet.
✔ Helps securely store your passwords in an encrypted vault  that only you can access
✔ Built-in browser stores and helps fill-in your information 
✔ Saves addresses and credit cards for faster online checkout
✔ Helps you create complex passwords with a built-in password generator
 
✔ Stores frequent flyer numbers and other  password protected notes
✔ Secure mobile PIN lets you access your vault even faster from your Android devices
✔ Helps prevent phishing and malicious sites from capturing your keystrokes. 
After initial login, your passwords and other data are available even when you’re offline.
 
Keeping your information safe is a lot easier than you may think. A password manager will help lock down your accounts and save you from having to enter your login credentials every time you sit down at your computer. All of your logins and passwords are stored in a single, secure place. Password managers also help keep your data secure by enabling you to use passwords that are as difficult to crack as they are to remember.
Whether you’re at home or the office, use unique, complex passwords for your online accounts to protect all that you do online. Hackers have managed to penetrate the defenses of major websites and will try your compromised information on hundreds of other popular sites, hoping that you used the same credentials more than once.
 
NortonLifeLock respects your privacy and is dedicated to safeguarding your personal data. See https://www.nortonlifelock.com/privacy/gps-english for more information. 

App ChangeLog

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  1. Mike Scully-avatar

    Mike Scully

    I have found Norton to be very reliable... very easy to open on my phone or my laptop for quick easy access to my passwords. And as far as cybersecurity is concerned and viruses... I've been very fortunate do in no uncertain terms to Norton's ability to spot trouble. I've used this product for many years.... can't say if it's the best but it has done great for me.

  2. Chris Reynolds-avatar

    Chris Reynolds

    Lost everything. Don't get a new phone or risk losing everything. I got a new phone and wasn't able to reset my password, since it requires 2 factor from an authenticator app, which I no longer had due to getting a new phone. I called technical support and they hung up after a 50 minute wait. Then I tried chat, but I stayed on for an hour before leaving, since my place in the queue kept increasing; I went from 39 in the queue to 50 to 14 to 23, and so on forever.

  3. Richard Birman-avatar

    Richard Birman

    Great app, runs perfectly so far and I have had it for several years now. Love how I don't have to remember my passwords and how it autofills in forms. Also how it sends a vault unlock request to your phone from your computer to protect your passwords in case someone else gets on it without your permission. A definite must have.

  4. Brian Bowman-avatar

    Brian Bowman

    This app is a lifesaver. There are always new logins that I am adding for different sites or services. Norton Password Manager let's me not just keep track of them all, but it lets me use stronger, more secure passwords without the worries of forgetting them and having to reset. I appreciate the dashboard reminders about stale passwords or passwords that used to meet strong requirements but are now falling behind. Only 4 stars because some features aren't as cleanly integrated as could be.

  5. Ed Boughton-avatar

    Ed Boughton

    Poorly thought out, over priced, no support. I can't believe how much I hate Norton 360, so much so, I will never use any Norton product. Peter would be ashamed. From day one I was disappointed by the adhoc components, the layered launchers, the limitations of the Cloud Backup, which never worked, I can't even turn it off. Was somewhat impressed with LifeLock, with no real value, pursuing it works. Because nothing else does. Vpm doesn't automatically start, but constantly turns off with notifica

  6. Robert Brown-avatar

    Robert Brown

    Very dependable, but some websites now ask for the login ID first and the password on the next page, which causes some confusion. Norton is working get passwords to work with with smart phone apps but still has some improvements to make. To be safe, you need to copy the password before signing into an app so it can be pasted into the appropriate place.

  7. Craig Yaple-avatar

    Craig Yaple

    Thank you. You fixed the repeated copying issue. Now when I copy my passwords, it does it only once and not repeatedly. I really appreciate this. There is still the issue where it won't stay open when you switch to another app, but I'm still pleased that you fixed the copying issue. Thank you very much!

  8. Rachel Hamilton-avatar

    Rachel Hamilton

    This had been so FRUSTRATING! I think I've been able to access this app twice. I always have issues signing in. I have to go through the Username-Password-are you a human cycle over and over and over and 9ver and over and over and over until I finally give up...annoying, right? That's exactly what I think. I can't stand not being able to access this account. So I actually think I'm being very generous giving a 3.

  9. hurdpcs-avatar

    hurdpcs

    Perhaps I have missed something... I would like to be able to categorize my accounts. Also I have a couple apps that have fields that have nothing to do with usernames/passwords that the manager wants to insert something in. I used to use Last pass, but I didn't like the idea of paying for a password manager twice. I miss it from time to time.

  10. Barry Waltz-avatar

    Barry Waltz

    Would be nice if it actually worked well 80-90% of the time. Clunky, slow, won't work with up to date apps and software. Blames Google, Microsoft, Motorola, etc for comparability issues. Took almost a year to get the fingerprint to work with Android 10. Doesn't show log ins for constantly used apps.