Proton Announces the Release of Open Source Password Manager


This week, the internet privacy company Proton announced the global release of its password manager called Proton Pass. This open-source password manager is now accessible through browser extensions on popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, as well as on iPhone/iPad and Android devices. Proton Pass is a conventional password manager that allows users to generate and store passwords. It also supports using passphrases and unique passwords for each website and provides one-click login functionality. Additionally, Proton emphasizes that the password manager aids in safeguarding users’ email addresses, thus protecting their identities. To achieve this, besides suggesting strong passwords for online service registrations, Proton Pass also recommends using a hide-my-email alias.

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