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Black Friday is famously a time for great savings across tech products, but it's also a brilliant opportunity to grab a bargain on software. If you're not already using a password manager, there's no better time to take the plunge, with some big Black Friday discounts to be found.
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Why use a password manager? Just think of all the numerous stories of hacks and scams hitting the headlines – a shocking number of these come back to unsecured or easily hacked passwords. In a recent report, the most popular password turned out to be ‘123456', and if that's a little close to home for you, it's time to get a password manager.
A password manager does the hard work for you, automatically generating complex passwords then storing them all securely, and auto-filling them for you when you log into your online accounts. You only need to memorize a single master password.
Costs can be as low as a couple of dollars per month – particularly with these great Black Friday deals:
Best Password Managers and Latest Deals
- Offers a completely free version
- Easy to understand UI
- Neat extra features such as a data breach scanner
- Slick setup
- Can't change passwords for accounts in the NordPass app
- Lacks some features such as a failsafe switch
- Free tier available
- Makes it super easy to securely log into your accounts from a web browser
- Detects when you’re using the same password on multiple sites.
- Available on all major browsers, iOS and Android
- Connection issues, though rare, can make password changes maddening.
- Password changing feature is very manual the first time round.
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