Kaspersky Password Manager
Kaspersky Password Manager
9.3.2

2.8

Kaspersky Password Manager free download for Mac

Kaspersky Password Manager

9.3.2
20 November 2019

Keep your passwords safe.

Overview

Kaspersky Password Manager helps keep every password safe. That’s why Kaspersky Password Manager gives you easy-to-use password security - including our secure password vault. You only have to remember one password - your master password - to access all your stored passwords and more.

Secure password storage
  • Kaspersky Password Manager makes secure password storage easy. Its secure password vault can store all your passwords, credit card data, addresses, notes and other personal information.
Support for multiple devices
  • Kaspersky Password Manager makes it easy to synchronize all your passwords - so you can access them via your free My Kaspersky account or from your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad and more. One master password is all you need - to access any of your individual passwords on any of your supported devices or via the Web.
Finding weaknesses… before the hackers do
  • Kaspersky Password Manager automatically checks your existing passwords - to make sure there are no duplicates or weak passwords that could be easy to guess.
Strong password generator
  • Simple passwords may be easy to remember - but they can be easy for hackers to guess. That’s why Kaspersky Password Manager can automatically create strong passwords for each account and website you use. Passwords are created on your Mac or PC, but can be accessed via any of your supported devices or via the Web.
Safe… but still convenient
  • If you’re already using another password manager on your computer, we make it easy to import all your passwords and account details into the secure password vault… so all your passwords are still easy to access, but they’re now safely stored in one place.
Fingerprint access to your passwords
  • If you’re using an iPhone - or a new MacBook Pro - with Touch ID fingerprint recognition, you can simply use your fingerprint to access your password vault… and all the passwords, addresses and card details stored within it.

What's new in Kaspersky Password Manager

Version 9.3.2:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

  • This version includes several important fixes to issues reported by our users

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4 Kaspersky Password Manager Reviews

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This may be an OK product. But you can't trust Kaspersky any longer. They've been co-opted by Vladimir Putin for piratical Web activities and have been embargoed by the US Defense Department. Be warned. Stay away. Putin tanked their credibility and the best thing that could happen is for them to go away.
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Version 9.0.0
Uncoy
04 May 2018
Kaspersky Password Manage is a solid product from a security company with a great record of disclosure. Unlike US companies, Kaspersky is free to report NSA and CIA exploits so you get proper protection first (the US companies often fix issues only after Kaspersky announces the exploit). Unfortunately no possibility for extensive sharing of passwords among team members so didn't suit our particular use.
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Version 9.0.0
This may be an OK product. But you can't trust Kaspersky any longer. They've been co-opted by Vladimir Putin for piratical Web activities and have been embargoed by the US Defense Department. Be warned. Stay away. Putin tanked their credibility and the best thing that could happen is for them to go away.
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Version 9.0.0
3 answer(s)
Uncoy
Uncoy
03 May 2018
What nonsense. Kaspersky is an independent company with no particular ties to the Russian government. Microsoft and Google and Apple who all explicitly collaborate with the NSA and every other American agency are a far greater menace to the sanctity of your privacy.
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Rkamper
Rkamper
05 March 2019
Agree with Uncoy. How naive can one be? We all know about the NSA scandal and how major US companies cooperates with US intelligence services. I see no reason that sane people should trust any US technology company more than a Russian or Chinese company. My next phone will probably be a Huawei after 12 years with Apples iPhone
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zlazkow
zlazkow
21 November 2019
B-Jefferson-Leblanc....wrong wrong wrong. The biggest evils today are GFT - google.facebook.twitter. They are the ones who are following you, tracking you, listening to you, and they know everything about you. Nobody outside US has done what these three evils are doing. Not a single Russian based company did and doing what G.F.T. are doing to you and to anybody US and around the world. They have basically hijacked your privacy, stole and sell all the information about you and anyone else. BUT I won't use for other reasons, they require to create an account. No. I don't signup with any website, unless it is very necessary. In this case, I have other applications to manage my passwords.
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Version 9.3.2
hmfwic47
14 October 2017
If Kaspersky software is so bad, why is MacUpdate still carrying this?
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Version 2.2.5
2 answer(s)
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
14 October 2017
With a few exceptions MacUpdate does not review the apps they list. I think it's simply a pay to play proposition—basic capitalism. They leave it to their readers to rate the apps. In this case it doesn't matter how good Kaspersky Password Manager is, or is not. Their reputation is shot.

The cynics notwithstanding, however, not every enterprise under the sun is equally corrupt. But in a kleptocracy like Russia it's safe to conclude that no one does business without permission from the autocrat-in-chief or his minions. As we see, Donald Trump would like to emulate Vladimir Putin but there are (some) serious checks on his power and presumption. Among those checks is a free press, which is why he tries so hard to undermine and discredit the media—as Putin did in Russia. Fortunately for us, Trump got a late start in politics and he won't be around long enough to achieve the kind of success Putin enjoys.

In it's own sphere MacUpdate is a form of free media, where readers participate in reviewing the software that's listed. So that even a Russian troll like zlazkow can put in his two cents. Sadly for Kaspersky, comments like his don't enhance their credibility.
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Kobalt
Kobalt
15 October 2017
I like your way of thinking, B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
23 September 2017
Can we trust Kaspersky any more now that Putin is using them? The feds have banned them. I'm inclined to do the same. Kaspersky was once a respectable name in cyber security. But Putin soils everything he touches.
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Version 2.2.4
1 answer(s)
philiptate
philiptate
13 October 2017
I'd be afraid to download it, let alone launch the app. It's pretty clear now that Putin's got his hooks in their anti-virus software. Of course it's free — all they want is your passwords.
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