Are you looking for the best password manager for Chrome? You’ve already found it! Add our Chrome password manager extension to your browser and explore a secure and convenient way of storing, managing, and sharing your sensitive information!
Note: Passwarden is also available as a part of the MonoDefense security bundle.
It’s no matter how long and complex your passcodes are if you reuse them across several accounts. In case, any hacker gets lucky to guess your password from one website, they probably try the same password for other apps and services.
Not to get in a big trouble by reusing your passcodes, we highly recommend you set up strong different passwords for different accounts. Our best Chrome password manager extension is here to remember all your passwords! Save them to the Passwarden storage and always have data within your arm’s reach.
Get started with our password manager for Chrome, generate unique passwords without any hassle, and instantly save them to top-notch data storage.
How to create a strong password with Chrome password manager:
Great! You also can generate passwords directly in the Passwarden extension.
Apart from account credentials (passwords, logins, email details, and software licenses), top Chrome password managers allow storing personal info (ID card, passport, driver’s license, contacts, SSN), payment data (credit/debit card, bank account), and secure notes.
Download Chrome password manager extension to your browser
Create KeepSolid ID (if you haven’t yet) and Master password
Save your credentials to secure storage & easily autofill them
Is Chrome password manager extension safe? Yes!
Firstly, to provide a high speed of cipher and decipher, Passwarden implements Advanced Encryption Standard with 256-bit key length or AES 256-bit for short.
Secondly, to make sure no one can access your data while sharing vaults, our password manager for Chrome applies the ЕС р-384 protocol.
And finally, thanks to the client-side encryption, only scrambled data leaves the user's device. By combining the above-mentioned security measures, Passwarden reliably safeguards your data and prevents any unauthorized access to it.
This password is required to access your Chrome password manager extension storage. Also, it plays a crucial role in the data scrambling process. Master password ciphers random encryption keys that are generated in your Chrome browser at the time you set up Master Password. These encryption keys, in their turn, are used to scramble in-app information. As a result, Passwarden produces a set of random characters that cannot be recognized as valid data.
To top it off, even the KeepSolid employees have no access to your Master Password.
Protect your Passwarden profile by enabling two-factor authentication. How exactly does 2FA safeguard your account? Let’s figure it out together! 2FA provides two different types of authentication: your Master passwords (that can be brute-forced or guessed) and one-time passcode (that is impossible to predict or falsify). Thus, it becomes much more complicated for unauthorized third parties to gain access to your Chrome password manager extension account and in-app data.
Check our manual on how to turn on two-factor authentication and keep both your Passwarden profile and all valuable data safe!
Store any kind of data: passwords, account credentials, personal information, payment details, and secure notes.
Create complex passcodes in a matter of seconds and save them to Passwarden storage without much ado!
Protect your most important information even if someone makes you open your Chrome password manager storage under duress.
Use one account to access all KeepSolid’s security and productivity solutions and get a personal control center to manage all your subscriptions.
Invite your family members to Passwarden storage and protect your family’s data from any unauthorized access!
Easily import data from browsers and other sources and get started with our Chrome password manager extension without any hassle.
Our best Google Chrome password manager reliably protects users from phishing attacks. How? Each time you save or update your account credentials, Passwarden automatically remembers not only sign-in data but also the URL addresses.
Next time you visit this site our Chrome password manager extension suggests appropriate account credentials. Hence, as the URL address of the phishing site differs from the original URL, Passwarden doesn’t suggest any credentials to autofill.
Of course, you may have no passwords to autofill or the website could block the autofill option. However, it could be a signal that you’re on a phishing website.
Get our reliable password manager now and safely manage your passcodes and other sensitive info on any platform!