Let’s face it, it is difficult to do anything these days without a password being required. For those that have more passwords than they can possibly remember, the password manager found in Norton Identity Safe can help. Promising to safely and easily give you access to all of your user names and passwords anywhere you go, this app is as valuable as it is practical (given how easy it is to struggle on small touch-screen keyboards to accurately enter your credentials when logging in somewhere).
Before you can use this mobile edition of Norton Identity Safe, you must first download and setup the desktop version which is available free of charge for both Mac and PC.
In addition to being able to gain access to all of your favorite websites with the correct username and password, Norton Identity Safe has a host of additional features that make your web browsing experience more secure including that it “warns you of and blocks dangerous websites for added protection from online threats.” Without the fear of malicious websites and phishing sites (defined by Norton as those websites designed to trick you into revealing personal information that can be used to steal your logins, money, and other important stuff) you can ease your worries over “being infected, scammed, or ripped off.”
The real value in this app is the ability to sync data between all of your devices –so you no longer have to be at your PC at home to gain access to a particular website.
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