F-Secure launches KEY, a secure password manager
Posted on 26 November 2013.
F-Secure Key safely stores your passwords, user names and other credentials so that you can access them wherever you are through one master password. Your personal data is strongly encrypted to keep it safe, and all F-Secure Key servers are owned and operated by F-Secure within the European Union.

The software is available on all of your devices: Android, PCs and Macs. This should make for an interesting alternative to 1Password.

When you use online services that require a password to log in, F-Secure Key automatically fills in the user name and password fields, making your access to online services easy and secure. Whenever you create a new account for an online service, F-Secure Key helps you generate a password that is both safe and unique.

Key features:
  • Secure and easy access to all your user names, passwords and other credentials on all your devices (password manager)
  • Automated log-in
  • Secure password generator
  • News feed to keep you informed of major hacking incidents on the web
  • Strong encryption to protect your data
  • Fast, automatic data synchronization across all your devices (premium version, iOS coming soon)
  • Intuitive and fast search to find the credentials you need
  • Works on all your devices (iOS coming soon).


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