Kaspersky Password Manager Review

Kaspersky is a huge company with a slew of products revolving around cybersecurity. In recent times, they have a hard time because of their Russian origins, so let’s see whether this shows or not: In our Kaspersky Password Manager Review, we will focus on Security, Price, Usability, Features and Support, as usual.

Kaspersky Password Manager Features

Score: 71/100
Features 71%
Only 15 entries supported in the free version.

Kaspersky is a very simple password manager, but has all the features which is essential and needed. It feels like an add-on, or extra product for their product line, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. 

You can store passwords, credit cards, notes and images, which is okay-ish, but other password managers (like Roboform or Dashlane) can store so much more. 

There is option to store access to your offline applications as well, which is a great feature, and a very rare one at password managers!

Kaspersky Password manager is available on Android, iOS, Mac and Windows, and have extensions for Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Edge, but no Linux client is available.     

Unfortunately there is no Secret Sharing option, so it won’t be your favourite Family Password manager. 

There is manual back-up available for the secrets. 

Kaspersky Password Manager Security

Score: 89/100
Security 89%
Simple Password Generator

Industry Standard AES-256 encryption. Enrypted data sent over an SSL/TLS channel. Great! What’s even better, is the Zero-knowledge model, which means that only you know your master password, not even Kaspersky. 

2FA (Two-factor-Authentication) is finally available at Kaspersky Password manager, it was a heavily requested feature, and in 2019, the company managed to include it to their product.  This adds an extra layer of security. 

Relating privacy, we don’t like the marketing push of Kaspersky – we understand that they have opportunity to upsell products, but it’s a bit intrusive. 

Kaspersky Password Manager Price

Score: 90/100
Price 90%

There are two options here, which is actually one: You can get  the free version of Kaspersky Password Manager, but that limits you to 15 entries, which is not generous at all. Upgrading to premium however would cost you only $14.99 per year, which is a great deal! So if you want a free password manager, either try out Dashlane, which has way more features, or go with Bitwarden and Lastpass. 

Usability of Kaspersky Password Manager

Score: 94/100
Usability 94%
Easy to understand entry forms

We really liked the user interface of Kaspersky Password Manager on mobile, and desktop as well.  They are simple, beautiful and effortless. 

There is an import feature from a set of other password managers, and browsers as well, the latter is not very common in othe password managers. 

What we really liked is that you can organize your passwords into folders, making it immensely easy to manage. 

All in all, we are very satisfied about the usability, and based on this, we would easily recommend Kaspersky Password Manager for those who need simple and easy-to-use solutions (among with Dashlane, Remembear and NordPass). 

Support at Kaspersky

Score: 70/100
Support 70%

We think that support is the weakest point of Kaspersky Password Manager. 

Since Kaspersky offers a wide range of products, navigating in their support sites is quite a hassle. It is a bit easier to check around the community forum, but that’s not ‘official help’ per se. 

If you are a premium user, you can request help via filling out a form, but there is no resolution time listed. 

All in all, our opinion is that Support is a bit worse than the average in this industry, and that’s not a high bar. That said, Kaspersky’s product is simple and easy to use, so you shouldn’t spend too much time with support.

Kaspersky Password Manager Review - Final Verdict

Kaspersky Result: 4.14/5
4.1/5
Features 71%
Security 89%
Price 90%
Usability 94%
Support 70%

If you’re looking for a simple and beautiful password manager, You should consider Kaspersky, but there are several other great options out there (including Dashlane and RememBear). If however you’re already using Kaspersky products, you could as well stay in that ecosystem.

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Keeper Password Manager Review

When Dozens of Password managers compete for your attention, it’s really hard to stand out, but Keeper Security managed to do this with their overall impressive product. In this Keeper Password Manager review, we’re going to deep dive into its features, and pit it with other similar services.

Keeper's Features

Score: 86/100
Features 86%
Keeper BreachWatch checks your overall Password Health.

First of all, Keeper is available on many platforms: Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android are all available through native apps, and you’ll get the opportunity to use browser addons for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge and Opera.

Keeper follows a different philosophy when dealing with your entries: You can add logins, identities and credit cards, and that’s pretty much it. However, you can append these with a lot of fields, so you can basically store any type of data, like social security number and so on.

There is a password changer and a password generator, but only in the Mac and Windows clients, so the browser addons don’t contain this feature – in fact, they are only good for password and form filling. However, the apps themselves offer a good way to fill in data for native apps – something which most password managers are not capable of. 

It seems to us that the main focus of Keeper is Businesses and enterprises, moreover  their solutions are compliant with HIPAA, DPA, FINRA, GDPR, and they advertise it vocally, and also have business specific features like version control, role-based access, security audit and so on. They also introduced BreachWatch,  which helps protecting your company from credential-stuffing and account takeover attacks.

Secure cloud storage can also be found among the features, and it’s also Zero-Knowledge. 

Although not part of the base package, you can subscribe to KeeperChat, which is an end-to-end encrypted messaging app, so it’s ideal for business and enterprise needs. 

Keeper also has plans for individuals and families as well, and at a good price! 

Keeper Security

Score: 90/100
Security 90%

 

Great Password Generator.

Generally, we are satisfied with Keeper’s security measures, but we have a couple of things to point out. Firstly, Keeper uses AES-256 encryption for your vault, and is a Zero-knowledge provider (So not even Keeper knows your Master Password). however, there are account recovery options available, and we’re concerned about the Security Question / Answer part. If the hacker has access to your email-address, and your Security Question / Answer pair is weak, nefarious people could get access to your vault easier. Keeper employs a time-lock after a couple of wrong trial and errors, but this is something we find a bit (only a bit) concerning. 

Regarding other security features, the before-mentioned Password Generator, Breachwatch and Deep Web Scan features can give you a piece of mind. 

2FA is available (like Google Authenticator), and as always, we are recommending to use 2FA solutions as much as possible, and Keeper also supports Yubikey, so that’s a very huge plus. 

Keeper Price

Score: 85/100
Price 85%

It’s complicated, but generally we can say that Keeper has great pricing tiers, satisfying every need. The Free Tier is available on one device only at the time, but you can store unlimited passwords. If you’re using Keeper Free on other than mobile devices, there is no autofill. For a more viable free plan, we suggest Dashlane, or Roboform.

Individual plan

If you’re a single user, There is Keeper Personal, for $2.49 per month, which is a decent choice, it allows multi-device sync, and 24/7 support, Emergency access, and secure record sharing.  You can buy a bundled package, this means that you can add-on the secure messenger function as well.

Family Plan

For Family users, the price is $4.99 per month (billed annually), comes with 10GByte secure storage space, and you can add up to 5 users to the tier.

Business Plans

For Business users, the price is $2.50 per seat, and it provides several features: Encrypted vault for every user, Folders and subfolders, Shared team folders,Access from unlimited devices, Policy engine and enforcements, Activity reporting, Team management, and Basic Two-Factor Authentication (SMS, TOTP, smartwatch and FIDO U2F). If you’re a business user, Keeper is on the top of our list!

Enterprise users can get a bang for their buck too: for $3.75 per seat, you’ll get everything in business, plus Single Sign-On (SAML 2.0) Team Management, Advanced Two-Factor Authentication (DUO & RSA), Active Directory and LDAP sync, SCIM and Azure AD provisioning, Email auto-provisioning, Command line provisioning, Developer APIs for password rotation and backend integration. This is a deal which is hard to ignore.

Usability of Keeper

Score: 80/100
Usability 80%
Keeper import function

However confusing the different tiers are, when you’re actually using Keeper, all the problems go away: The apps (android, iOS), the desktop clients and the web interface is all very intuitive and easy to use. Importing data from other password managers is very easy (and there are step-by-step guides to that). Adding ‘records’ (entries) is very easy, and it’s great that you can have as many customizable fields as you like. Overall, we are very impressed with Keeper’s usability. 

Support at Keeper

Score: 90/100
Support 90%

We are amazed with Keeper’s support! 24/7 customer support through chat and email is awesome, and their customer support hub is immense – It goes into technical details through a step-by-step approach, and the content is very-well written. This is a very huge plus when compared to other Password Managers, we dare to risk to say that it is even better than Dashlane’s!

Keeper- Final Verdict

Keeper Result: 4.31/5
4.3/5
Features 86%
Security 90%
Price 85%
Usability 80%
Support 90%

If you’re an individual user, we suggest checking out our generic password manager guide (But you are fine with Dashlane, Roboform and Sticky Password are all better from a single user perspective), but if you’re a business user, Keeper’s offer is very hard to beat (see our review of the best password managers for business users). The refreshed user interface, combined with a plethora of features makes it one of the best business / enterprise password managers. 

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LastPass Review – Is it better than the rest?

LogMein is a well-established and well-known company. They are known for their business-oriented collaboration, management and identity products. One of them is LastPass, a well-established player in the Password Manager industry. So how is this app stacking up against the other top players? In this LastPass Review, we’ll find out! In the name of transparency, we would like to highlight that the links below that are redirecting to LastPass are affiliate links.

Lastpass Features

Score: 84/100
Features 84%

LastPass has a lot of features, but the most useful are in the paid tier (which is very reasonable, especially the family plan, but we’ll get there in time.) 

It has native apps for iOS, Android, Linux, Mac and Windows, but desktop apps are only available when you’re a premium user, with the free tier you have to use the browser extensions, which is fine, if you don’t need native app logins. 

LastPass has a password generator built in (which, believe it or not, is still a feature some Password Managers don’t have).

The Premium plan includes folder sharing, and Lastpass for applications (so you can log into iOS and Android and Desktop apps without copy-paste). 

Credit Card and Form informations can also be saved to autofill, along with several other type of secure notes. We really liked the abundance of options here. 

A really cool and needed feature is categorizing your entries – this way you can easily find what you’re looking for. 

LastPass also has a Security Dashboard, we’ll talk about it in the next section. 

All in all we would say that LastPass has a lot of features in the paid plan, but the free plan has multi-device sync, a feature that is omitted in most password managers’ free tiers.

LastPass Security

Score: 87/100
Security 99%
Lastpass Security Challenge highlights the password you might have issue with

When it comes to security, LastPass does not miss the mark: It uses 256-bit AES encryption, and data is transferred to LastPass over SSL. LastPass uses a zero-knowledge policy, so it’s only you who knows the password to unlock LastPass. This can be tricky if you lose or forget this master Password, but great for security. 

LastPass uses industry standard 256-bit AES encryption that would take billions upon billions of years to crack, even if every computer on the globe was working on it 24×7. Your information is encrypted at-rest with AES-256 and transferred to LastPass over SSL.

Lastpass also uses hashing to slow down brute force attacks (to be precise, 5000 rounds of PBKDF2 hashing to generate an encryption key). 

LastPass also supports 2FA (2-Factor authentication) with solutions like Google Authenticator, or LogmeIn’s own solution.

The Premium Plan also supports hardware keys like Yubikey. 

And, mentioned before, there’s the Security Dashboard, or as LastPass calls it, Security Challenge: It shows you your weak passwords, reused passwords, and suggests to change them if needed. 

We would say that the security features of LastPass are sound, however, it should be noted that there was a successful hack against it in 2015: Attackers were able to get into the servers, but no passwords were exposed. 

LastPass Price

Score: 90/100
Price 90%

LastPass has a couple of Price tiers available. For Personal use, the Free tier is available, the most important feature here is multi-device sync, but you’re missing out on native app logins, and a lot of other things the Premium service provides (for $3 per month, which is actually a great price!), these include One-to-many sharing,Emergency access,Advanced multi-factor options.Priority tech support, and 1GB encrypted file storage. 

 

With the Family Plan, you’ll get access to 6 premium Licences, and unlimited shared folders. All this for $4, which is a price very hard to beat. If you’re looking for a family account, we recommend LastPass at the first place. 

 

For Business users, you have Teams, Enterprise and Identity packages, for $4, $6 and $8 per user per month respectively, from Enterprise you’ll have SSO and Directory Integration available, Identity has Advanced Multi-factor Authentication as well. 

Usability of LastPass

Score: 94/100
Usability 94%
Lastpass Import function

Lastpass is a joy to use, when set up, we especially liked the mobile client. However, importing your passwords is a bit harder than with other Password managers, but once you’ve got everything in place, using it is a breeze. We really liked the categories and the notes section, Form fills and Password fills are not missing a bit (at least where we tested them), and the App login function is great to have. 

We also liked how LastPass handles site where you have multiple accounts, that’s again an issue happening with other Password Managers. 

All in all we would say that the experience is great. There is a bit of confusion with importing passwords from browsers (you have to install the native app first, then the browser addons), but otherwise, excellent!

Support at LastPass

Score: 77/100
Support 77%

Support is the weakest point of LastPass. LogmeIn offers a Knowledge Base, which is very hard to navigate, and there is a ticket support, which is 24/7, but the reality is that you’ll get replies after 48 hours. We miss the chat support feature (which Dashlane has, for example). 

There is a community forum available, and it’s okay-ish, we have the feeling that it’s a bit outdated. 

We would say that the support level is at the same quality as your regular password manager, but that’s not a compliment – It’s not good at all.

LastPass- Final Verdict

Dashlane Result: 4.32/5
4.3/5
Features 84%
Security 87%
Price 90%
Usability 94%
Support 77%

LastPass is a great Password Manager, and could be considered as a great option for those who are looking for Free solutions (although we still recommend Dashlane as our first choice), but if you are shopping for a Family plan, it’s one of (if not the) best options. 

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NordPass Review

The Privacy Heaven team was really looking forward to write the Nordpass Review. After all, NordVPN is one of our favourite VPN providers, and we had very high hopes that their Password Manager will be too. Let’s see whether Nord is off to a great start, or is their product lagging behind competition?

NordPass Features

Score: 75/100
Features 75%
NordPass import feature

NordPass is a very simple password manager, covering most of the must-have features (multi-device sync on the paid plans, autofill passwords, sharing items). However, this is simply not good enough on it’s own to stack up against the competition, especially in the paid area. Features like Assessing your ‘Security Score’, a built-in password generator (NordPass has a generator in its website, but that solution is not very user-friendly), and generic form-filling.

You can only submit Credit Card, Password and ‘notes’ details, which is a huge missed opportunity from Nord’s side.NordPass covers the critical features a password manager should, allowing you to share items, sync with multiple devices and autofill your browser search. However, a number of smaller features are missing, making NordPass feel like a lesser option compared to more established password managers.Business-features like Admin console, or layered access is also missing. It’s clear that Nord’s product has a long way to go, but if you’re using a Password Manager to … well, manage your passwords, it does the job.

This Password Manager is available on iOS and Android devices as a native app, for everything else, it’s browser extensions-based, but you have to download a ‘Silent app’ for Windows, Linux and Mac. Most of the popular browsers are supported.

2FA is available for the most popular providers (e.g. Google Authenticator).

NordPass Review - Security

Score: 92/100
Security 92%

Not too many details are known about the security of NordPass at this time, what we do know is the following: Instead of AES-256 (the industry standard), NordPass uses XChaCha20, which is considered superior. We also know, that NordPass is a Zero-Knowledge provider, so you , and only you know your Master Password. The exact implementation of these policies are not very-well documented (since Nord’s password manager is a very new product), but hopefully we will see some updates on this front. For what it’s worth, we think that based on Nord’s previous ventures (NordVPN and NordLocker) security shouldn’t be an issue, but for now… That’s all we know.

NordPass Price

Score: 80/100
Price 80%

Although well-hidden on the website, there is an option to use the app free. It has multi-device sync, but you can be only logged in on one device at the time. It can be found here. Nord Does not have family or enterprise versions of its product, so the only thing to decide whether you want to commit for a month, a year, or 2 years. The prices (especially the 2-year commitment) is reasonable, but there are better password managers for the same price or less. However, if you buy NordPass with NordVPN… Now that’s a sweet deal.

Usability of NordPass

Score: 94/100
Usability 94%
NordPass Secure note. Pretty plain.

We really liked Nord’s simple approach from the usability standpoint. The Apps and the browser extensions are super-simple, easy to use and pleasing to the eye. There were twothings however that we didn’t like: Importing Data from other sources always fall back to importing a csv manually at this point (no autoimport from Firefox, etc.). The second thing comes up when you have multiple logins on the same site – Nord does not handle this situation well. Overall, the apps look great, but we still have the half-baked experience. If you want a top-notch user experience, we suggest reading our Dashlane Review.

Support at Nord

Score: 70/100
Support 70%

As a new product, there’s not too much documentation about NordPass. You can request help via email, no chat or other options, and the knowledgehub is not filled to the brim with information. It will get better with time though (hopefully!).

Nordpass Review - Final Verdict

Nordpass Result: 4.11/5
4.2/5
Features 75%
Security 92%
Price 80%
Usability 94%
Support 70%

NordPass is off to a good start, but it’s half-baked at best. There are better free options, and better paid options available at the moment. However, If you are a fan of Nord, and need a Password manager, there is a bundle available for now! We’ll come back to NordPass month by month and check on the progress they make. In the meantime, we either suggest checking out our RememBear review if you are looking for a simple manager, or go with Dashlane, which scored first on our Overall scoring.

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Sticky Password Review

When developers from coveted cybersecurity companies like ESET and AVG start working on something new, it’s always worth checking out the result. Sticky Password is one of the top Password Managers in our comparison guide, but here we would like to deep-dive into the details – Is it worth it? We will find it out in this Manatee-loving Sticky Password Review!

Sticky Password Features

Score: 91/100
Features 91%
Sticky Password’s Password Generator – Just one of the many features.

What we expect from all Password managers (Auto Fills, Application support, Password Generator) is included in Sticky Password, and is working seamlessly. However, Sticky Password has some pretty unique features which make it stand above most of the competitors:

USB Export – You can export your passwords to a USB-stick of your choice, and this can be only accessed by your master password which you set when installing Sticky Password: This is a very useful way to have your login credentials handy in all environments

Wifi Sync : Instead of cloud syncing across your devices, Sticky Password has the option to sync the passwords and credentials on a local Wifi Network, so if you have a safe home / work environment, this is a great way to add an extra layer of security. 

Browser support: This is even better than expected. 16 Browsers are supported with Extensions, even the ones that are not very mainstream (like Pale Moon or SeaMonkey)

Multi-device Sync: As expected, Multi-device sync comes with the premium plan, but if you download the free version, you’ll get 30 days of Premium for free, so we suggest giving it a spin. 

Linux: Unfortunately there is no Linux support for Sticky Password.

Identities: For form filling, you can add anything from Name to Credit card number. Works as expected. You can of course use multiple identities. 

Security Dashboard: This is very handy to know which passwords you need to change, and are there any weak passwords amongst the ones you have added to Sticky Password. It’s not as comprehensive as Dashlane’s version, so no Dark-Web scan, and there is no Bulk Password change feature, but we like the clear picture it gives at a glance. 

Sticky Password Security

Score: 95/100
Security 95%
Sticky Passwords’s security dashboard

At the first look, Sticky Password uses AES-256 bit encryption, which is pretty much an Industry standard nowadays. As we already laid it out in our Dashlane review, it would theoretically  take billions and billons of years to crack the keys. 

Sticky Password also has a Zero-Knowledge policy, which means the user, and only the user (you) know the master password. This is a very good thing!

2FA options are available, though limited. Sticky Password works together with Google Authenticator, which is a pretty neat and expected option, but for the first factor, you can also authenticate via Bluetooth and USB devices instead of a master password. 

We have touched Wifi-syncing before, but it’s also important to mention that with Sticky Password gives you the option to disable cloud syncing altogether, so your master password is only available on your device. 

Overall, robust security features are available with AES-256 and Sticky Password’s unique approach, which puts it in the top-tier of Password managers, when talking about security. 

Sticky Password Price

Score: 95/100
Price 95%

Pricing is pretty simple and straightforward. Either you use the Free tier ( which has no multi-device sync) for Free (with 30 days of Premium included), or pay $29.99 per year for Premium, ($14.99 with us, at a 50% discount) which is a very decent price for a Password manager which has so many features. If you are, however, willing to have a lifetime subscription, You can do it with Sticky Password: Currently, the cost of the lifetime membership is $199.99, (but you can get it at a 50% discount with us) which seems high at the first glance, but bear in mind – you have to pay this only once. 

Usability of Sticky Password

Score: 85/100
Usability 85%
The handy password import function of Sticky Password

Sticky Password is available for Mac, PC-s, iOS and Android, and support a huge amount of browsers. The only thing which is missing is the Linux client.

When installing, Sticky Password prompts you to install the browser addons immediately, and then proceeds with setting up your form autofills. While these features are not unusual, it’s great that Sticky Password guides you during installation, so you don’t have to deal with this later. 

You can import your passwords in various ways, from browser and other sources as well.  The imported entries are very chaotic at first (just a big list), but you can order the entries into groups to ease your job. 

About Form fills: Usually, Sticky Password has no issues, but for non-standard forms, things can get messed up. You can alleviate this with creating a new ‘account’, and define things as they should be. 

The user interface is okay, not stellar or hot like Dashlane’s, but it does the job well.

Support at Sticky Password

Score: 84/100
Support 84%

There is only email support available for Sticky Password, and it’s not 24/7 either – This means (even for premium) if you run into issues on the weekend, you’ll have to wait till Monday to get a reply. While this is by itself not positive, it is still above the support level which most Password Manager services do. 

If you want a quick fix, you can check Sticky Password’s Help Center, which is a great source for generic troubleshooting, or check out the forums, also containing a lot of information. 

While we are generally satisfied, Phone or Chat support (maybe even 24/7?) would be needed to get a better mark. 

Sticky Password Review - Final Verdict

Sticky Password Result: 4.5/5
4.5/5
Features 91%
Security 95%
Price 95%
Usability 85%
Support 84%

Sticky Password seems to be at a sweet spot : The price is just right, the features are great, the security is awesome, and well… Manatees. Though it’s not our first choice when it comes to Password Managers, if you’re looking for a cheap and very decent service, Sticky Password may be just the right thing for you. 

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Remembear Review

Rawr! From the makers of TunnelBear, a ridiculously cute VPN app, comes RememBear, the company’s further venture into cybersecurity. In this RememBear review, we shall se how these efforts have paid off.

RememBear's Features

Score: 78/100
Features 78%
Remembear illustrates your password strength!

RememBear tries to focus on a few things, and make them as useable as possible. This is not a service with a lot of bells and whistles, so not too many unique features, but what’s actually available, is rock solid. Firstly, Remembear is available on iOS, Android, Mac and PC, and browser companion add-ons for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Importing your passwords is a breeze, and there is a password generator as well (in the add-ons). You can also keep your Credit Cards, and Secure Notes in Remembear, but there is no sharing option unfortunately. The Paid versions come with multi-device sync, the free tier unfortunately does not have this ability, although when you sign up, you’ll get 30 days free Premium access. No Security Center is available, which is a sore thumb (Dashlane, 1Password and many others have services like this), and would be great from an education point of view, since this app was clearly meant for the technologically less Savvy. 

However, Simplicity is also a feature, and Remembear shines at it. 

RememBear Security

Score: 94/100
Security 94%

Despite the relative lack of features, RememBear actually has sound security measures in place. It uses a similar solution to 1Password, so you need a master password AND a device key to gain access to your vault on a new device. Also, RememBear is  a Zero-Knowledge provider, so your master password is never shared with RememBear, so you are the only one who knows it. 

Regarding further security measures, RememBear uses end-to-end AES-256-bit encryption, which is an Industry Standard, and considered very secure. 

Finally, after a long wait, Remembear introduced 2FA  (two-factor authentication) in 2019, a thing we were concerned of in the past. 

Overall, Remembear’s security is top-notch, the only thing we are missing is a ‘Security Dashboard’ of some sort, and support for hardware keys like Yubikey. 

RememBear Price

Score: 87/100
Price 87%

In contrast to other Password Managers, Pricing with Remembear is super simple: The free plan is obviously free, and lacks multi-device sync and backup. The paid tier is $3.00 per month, and contains these features, plus priority support. This price is in the range of the average Password Manager price, but if you are in it for the extra features, that does not justify the cost. However, if you are not a geek, Remembear is a great choice for you. 

Unfortunately no Family or Business plans are present at the moment, so feel free to read our family and business password manager reviews.

Usability of RememBear

Score: 94/100
Usability 94%
Adding the Firefox Extension

The best thing about RememBear is how easy and intuitive to use it. Granted, there are not too many features available, but using this Password Manager is an absolute joy. Importing your passwords and login credentials from different browsers is super-easy and automated, the apps are beautiful, and filled with bear-related puns. The one thing we didn’t like is the inability to separate logins into different folders, or tag them, so if you have a lot of passwords, it’s hard to organize them. 

We applaud that Remembear gamified the tutorial, so you can score achievements, while learning how to use the app (Also, if you collect 5 achievements, you’ll get a significant discount on Remembear Premium!).

All in all, if folders and tags would be present, RememBear would score a Perfect 100. 

Support at RememBear

Score: 84/100
Support 84%

Support is not something Password Managers usually shine at. Remembear acts like other players in the industry. What this means is there is a knowledgehub, but besides that you can only contact support via email. The approximate response time is officially 48 hours, our tries resulted in answers arriving 2-3 hours after submission. Overall, Remembear fares better than the industry average. 

RememBear Review- Final Verdict

Remembear result: 4.37/5
4.37/5
Features 78%
Security 94%
Price 87%
Usability 94%
Support 84%

RememBear is not something for sophisticated users, but if you’re not tech savvy, it is an ideal choice for you – Very simple app and excellent user experience, combined with great security and a lot of bears, just for fun. 

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Abine Blur Review

Abine approaches online security from a different angle: Their product, Blur, is below average when we compare them to standard password managers, but can offer so much more when we look at security holistically, with many interesting and useful features. Let’s dive into this Abine Blur Review!

Abine Blur's Features

Score: 81/100
Features 81%

It’s not only about auto-filling passwords,credit card numbers and identities (which Blur does!) and keeping the login credentials secure, Blur goes beyond that in a way.

Blur Services

The main unique feature of Blur is Masking. What is Masking, you might ask: Blur can mask your email-addresses (which is included in the free plan), phone numbers and even credit cards – This is great, because you won’t expose your own data to third parties, and can quickly block e.g. your masked email address, when you recieve too much spam – Also, this is a great way of identifying which company is selling your data to other parties. 

Another great feature is the Tracker blocker. Since there are several entities are tracking you on your online journey, and you don’t necesseraly want them to. This is where this feature comes in, and does it’s job marvellously. 

While there is multi-device sync available, if your device is offline for some reason, you can’t really get access to your data, which is a bummer. 

You can backup your data with Dropbox, which is by itself not very good news, it is fully encrypted, so you should be safe. 

No password sharing and notes section is present in Blur, and that’s a huge minus for our side, then again, Blur contains several other very unique features, which are very useful. If you’re looking for a more conventional Password Manager with great features, we suggest checking out Dashlane.

Abine Blur Security

Score: 89/100
Security 89%

Security from an encryption point-of-view is matching other Password Managers: Blur uses AES-256 to encrypt your data, and sends it to Blur servers in encrypted forms – Blur will never see what is actually there – So it’s common Zero-knowledge protocol, and your master password is only known by you. However, if you forget your master password, there is one last hope: When registering, a backup phrase is generated, and this allows you to get restore your account. You should keep that backup phrase at a very safe place.

Masked emails are very useful.

Blur supports two-factor authentication as well (through Google Authenticator and similar), but no physical authenticators (like Yubikey).

The Masking features discussed before also count toward the overall security, and we applaud these features, this is the service which makes Blur stand out in a way from the competition. 

Abine Blur Price

Score: 90/100
Price 85%

There is not much confusion on the pricing side: 

Free Tier is obviously free, and has multi-device sync, but to get the most out of the app, you would need to go Premium:

Premium Basic costs $39 per year, and has almost all features (except for credit card masking, which is available on a fee-based solution), and Premium Unlimited, which costs $99 per year. The pricing model is not suitable for business users, but if you are an individual, we recommend the Premium basic package, which is in range of an average password manager.

Usability of Blur

Score: 80/100
Usability 80%
Tracking Blocker is easy to see in action

It’s a mixed bag. Blur on one hand has a very intuitive interface on the browser, but they have no separate and native app, which is a big no-no for us. Importing passwords is not very easy (CSV option is always there, but there is no quick browser import available). We liked the simple dashboard, but there is no way to segment your passwords into different categories, so it’s a hassle to browse through them. Password generator is awesome though. We have the generic feeling that the despite the clean interface, Blur’s experience is a bit outdated, hopefully it will be upgraded soon. 

Support at Blur

Score: 93/100
Support 93%

Support is great with Blur, because there is a chat option! You can ask generic questions, just avoid to be too technical. Email support also works, and there is a help center available, but the experience feels a bit dated. Despite all this, the Support level of Blur is one of the best we’ve seen at password managers. 



Abine Blur Review - Final Verdict

Abine Blur Result: 4.33/5
4.3/5
Features 81%
Security 89%
Price 90%
Usability 80%
Support 93%

Blur brings a fresh new view in online privacy and security, and their non-conventional approach to password and identity management. We would recommend Blur for individuals, but not for families and teams. 

1Password Review

1Password has been around a long while in the Password Manager space, and it has a good reputation historically. So our job here with this 1Password review is to find out whether it can keep up with the new kids on the block like Dashlane.

1Password's Features

Score: 91/100
Features 91%
All along the Watchtower…

When compared with others, 1Password has a lot of great features. Expected things (Like multi-device sync, Apps for iOS and Android, and Native apps or fully-fledged browser extensions) are also there. The disappointing thing is that 1Password does not have a free plan, however, you can get a 30-day trial, even without giving out any credit card details!

1Password has a lot of features when compared to other password managers. From the onset, you have multi-device sync, some amount of storage space and support for auto-fill on mobile devices. However, as we’ll discuss in the next section, 1Password doesn’t have a free plan so the features don’t seem quite as attractive.

There are several very useful and interesting features, one of them is auto-fill in supported apps on mobile devices, on iOS and Android as well. 

There is secure cloud storage available as well: 1 gbyte for personal and family plans, and business teams plans, 5 Gbyte above. 

Besides Passwords, you can enter several types of data, from credit cards to software licences. This means that you’ll surely find an entry type which is suitable for your needs. The documents and images which are hosted in these entries do not count towards your 1 or 5 Gbyte quota. 

1Password Watchtower is actually your security dashboard, which is pretty advanced, and tells you about your reused passwords, compromised accounts, weak logins, and so on. 

1Password Review - Security

Score: 90/100
Security 99%

256-bit AES encryption is something which most password managers use to store your passwords, and 1Password is not an exception, and your Data is encrypted locally with the same methodology and transferred over TLS/SSL.

1Password is also a zero-knowledge provider, that means that you, and only you know your 1Password Master Password, it is not stored by the provider. If you forget it, no one can help you!

2-Factor-Authentication support is present for 1Password.

There is a very interesting and unique feature for 1Password, and this is the secret key, a 128-bit key generated on your device and never touching 1Password servers – This is also unique and it cannot be recovered (although it can be regenerated!) 

1Password Price

Score: 83/100
Price 83%

1Password has several tiers, unfortunately, Free plan is not one of them, however you can subscribe for the personal account, and you can get 30 days of premium usage without adding your credit card – That said, if you are looking for a completely free solution, 1Password is out of the picture. 

Paid plans start at $2.99 per month for the Personal, and $4.99 for the Family editions, which is very close to the competition, however the Family edition has the extra benefit of adding extra family members when you go above the 5 persons which are included in the package, for a mere $1.00 per month. We think that for larger families, 1Password could be an ideal solution. 

Moving on to corporate plans, $3.99 for the Teams, and $7.99 per user per month for Business are a bit over industry average – The difference is the cloud storage size ( 1 Gbyte vs. 5 Gbytes), VIP support, and even more layers of security. We suggest to opt in for the more reasonably-priced Teams plan. 

Usability of 1Password

Score: 90/100
Usability 90%

The overall usability of 1Password is excellent: The Android, iOS and native clients + browser extensions are all very-well designed, easy to use, and easy to set-up. There is one thing we didn’t like: Password import cannot be done automatically, you have to resort to csv-s here.

The main big thing here is the Emergency Kit mentioned before, which you can print out and put it at a safe place . What it does is the following: 

This little kit has your sign-in address and your 128-bit secret key, along with a QR-code for automated input when you’re logging in from an unfamiliar device. It’s aim is to supplement or replace two-factor authentication. 

All in all, we would say that 1Passwords usability is great, and can be compared to the best password managers out there.

1Password Review - Support

Score: 82/100
Support 82%

We find 1Password’s support not as good as advertised – True, you’ll get VIP support for the Business Plan (not the Teams plan…), but if you’re not on that tier, you’ll have to resort to contacting 1Password through email, with an average response time of 27 hours (we checked!)

Other modes of support are the Help Center, the Community forum, and 1Password’s YouTube channel, all containing useful information. We would say that the level of support is slightly above average, but there are certainly better options out there. 

1Password Review - Final Verdict

1Password Result: 4.36/5
4.4/5
Features 91%
Security 90%
Price 83%
Usability 90%
Support 82%

1Password has a very good solution to keep your login credentials and other information safe. The absence of a free-tier is a huge issue, but if you are a family user (especially if you have a large family), or a small business, 1Password is amongst the very best out there.

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Password Boss Review

There are a lot of password managers out there, so it’s very hard to stand out – and it’s very hard to find a real gem when it comes to an overall combination of features, security and good pricing. We will find out in our Password Boss Review: Can it beat coveted and well-reviewed Companies like Dashlane, Roboform or Sticky Password? Let’s take a look.

Password Boss Features

Score: 93/100
Features 93%
We really liked the Secure browser feature of Password Boss

Password Boss has a lot of features, packed in a beautiful form. Besides the things we expect from Password Managers (Password Generator, Identity management, Security Check) It has some pretty unique features. 

Password Boss is currently available on PC-s, Macs, iOS and Android devices, and supports all popular browsers. The Add-on you install contains the password generator, which is easy to use. 

Password import is very easy, it automatically added all our login credentials on Firefox, without even clicking a button. We really liked that!

The secure notes section is expanded, and is very well organised – You can add anything from Alarm codes to subscriptions to Software licences – it is great to see that the app itself is that organized. 

Identity management is really easy, and the form filling works really well. 

There is a fairly unique feature: Password Boss offers a secure browser, so you can be sure that you check sensitive things in a safe environment (Banking websites, etc. ) A huge plus on that front!

Adding emergency contacts is also possible with Password Boss, and it works seamlessly. 

Multi-device sync is only allowed in the paid version, which is unfortunate, but not something we are overly concerned with – This is what most Password Managers do, so it does not stand out from the crowd from that aspect. 

Auto-login, Form filling are two features which are present, but not available in the free tier. That is something which we are not happy about, many password managers provide this in their free tier. 

The Security dashboard is great, and will be discussed more deeply in the next section. 

All in all, these features are great to have, and are packed in beautiful and easy to use apps – The only thing we miss is a secure cloud storage extension to the plan, and more features available in the free plan.

Password Boss Security

Score: 89/100
Security 89%
Very well organized Secure Note Section

AES-256 Encryption seems to be the standard for Password Managers – and Password Boss does not disappoint here either, it has the same security when it comes to this area. We are happy to note that Password Boss is a Zero-Knowledge provider, that means that you, and only you know your master password, so you have to remember this at all times – However, we find this as a huge plus. 

Password Boss also supports 2-Factor authentication, and supports Google Authenticator, Authy and other well-known software authenticators. We miss support for physical authenticators for Yubikey, a feature which Dashlane provides.Just to note : 2FA is only available on the paid tiers.

Secure browser is something very rare when dealing with a Password manager, but Password Boss Provides – This is very comforting for us to know. This is a patent pending solution which blocks malware, plugins and phishing attempts, so you can be sure that your browsing remains safe when checking your bank account.

The Security Dashboard is also very useful, and can be compared to Dashlane’s solution: Besides the usual password strength and reuse check, it scans the dark web for any compromised email addresses or passwords. The only thing we miss is the automatic password change, but that would be really too much to ask for. 

In this Password Boss Review, we are very satisfied with the security solutions the company has implemented to protect its users. 

Password Boss Price

Score: 90/100
Price 90%

Password Boss feels like a premium product, but the pricing is not in the premium category. 

There is a Free tier, which provides most of the features, but there is no multi-device sync, a feature which is missing for most Free tiers anyway, and also no formfilling, and autologin – so you’ll be better off with others, if you are not willing to pay. 

However, the paid tiers are very reasonable: For the personal plan, ($2.5 per month) You’ll get all the features, but if you are looking for a Family Plan, Password Boss is the best choice amongst all password managers. For $4 per month, 5 accounts can be added, with all of the features available. 

Business plans are reasonable too, $3 for the standard, and $4 for the premium service, with a plethora of extra features, including Audit logs and Active Directory Connector, plus advanced security policies. 

Usability of Password Boss

Score: 93/100
Usability 93%
Password boss automatically imported all our passwords – Awesome job!

We must say, using Password Boss was an excellent experience for us – The auto import, the look and feel of the apps, the Auto Logins, and multi-device sync all worked flawlessly, all the features as easily accessible, and Android and iOS apps also look great – We really liked the very advanced security dashboard as well.

Support at Password Boss

Score: 80/100
Support 90%

Support is something where most Password Managers fail: and in this Password Boss review…  it’s not their strongest point either. Don’t get us wrong: They have very good Starting Guides, a community forum and FAQ-s, and you can write an email as well (received response in 6 hours, so not the best, but not terrible either), but there is no live chat and no phone support – If there are low points of this product, it’s certainly in this area. 

Password Boss Review - Final Verdict

Password Boss Result: 4.45/5
4.45/5
Features 93%
Security 89%
Price 90%
Usability 93%
Support 80%

Password Boss is a secure password manager with lots of features, but most of these are not available in the free tier. However, if you are a Family user, we suggest Password Boss with all our hearts – It’s cheap, and has all the features available what you’ll ever want from a Password manager. Support for the product is not the best, but with the family pricing and features combined, it is a sure choice.

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