Avira Password Manager lets you create and manage all your passwords, credit cards, and notes anytime, anywhere. It works across multiple devices and operating systems. With Avira Password Manager you only need to remember one single password - the master password. It's like the key to an uncrackable password vault, in which your logins are safely stored. Simply login with this master password and enjoy access to all your accounts and notes on all your devices.
Easy, convenient, time-saving: Avira Password Manager auto-fills your logins across all your favorite websites and apps. Most internet users use simple and common passwords for all their accounts, making them easy to crack. Avira Password Manager makes it effortless to set strong, unique passwords to give you the best protection against identity theft.
You can add your credit cards to your secure digital wallet just by scanning them with your camera. Details like your credit card number and its expiration date will be instantly captured. Your saved credit cards will be available across all your devices. Avira Password Manager is available as a web dashboard (including browser extension) and as a mobile app. And best of all: Any change you make is synchronized automatically and available on all your other devices.
The Security Status feature shows you at a glance how secure your passwords, accounts, and listed websites are, and whether any of your credentials have already been compromised. You can then take immediate action to improve your online security. Your passwords, credit cards, and notes are protected using 256-bit AES encryption - the most secure standard out there. Thanks to your master password only you and you alone have access to them - not even Avira can access your data. For extra security you can use your fingerprint or face ID to unlock Avira Password Manager on Apple devices.
Avira Password manager now has an in-built authenticator that generates the 2FA codes which means that you don't have to obtain these additional login codes via text-message or via a separate authenticator app.