Password Manager - mSecure 6

Password Manager - mSecure 6 for PC and Mac

Published by mSeven Software, LLC on 2024-04-03

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.11
  • Category: Productivity
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 6.1.6
  • File size: 28.89 MB


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Password Manager Overview

What is Password Manager? mSecure is a password manager app that allows users to manage, store, and share sensitive information across their devices. The app offers two plans, Essentials and Premium, with features such as sync, backup and restore, browser extensions, touch ID and Apple Watch unlock, customizable templates, security center, image attachments, custom icons, sharing center, tags, reordering fields, PDF and text attachments, iOS filter bar customization, field customization, and username/email picker. The app has a redesigned UI, complete custom fields, one-time password field, reordering fields, advanced password generator, search optimization, native support for M1 Macs, and other updated features. The app uses industry-standard AES 256-bit encryption, password generator, auto-lock, and auto-backup features to keep data safe. The app allows users to easily add, find, manage, and organize passwords and data with powerful organizational features, predefined list of emails, built-in templates, integrated search, collapsible headers, and intelligent sorting, filtering, and grouping. The app syncs all devices seamlessly via mSecure Cloud, Dropbox, iCloud, or Wi-Fi. The app is available on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.


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Password Manager - mSecure 6 Features and Description

1. Choose to sync via mSecure Cloud, Dropbox, iCloud or Wi-Fi to access your records on all of your devices across multiple platforms (iOS, Android, Windows and Windows).

2. New features provide the organizational flexibility you need, the convenience of auto-fill right from your web browser, and the ability to share only the data you need to share with other mSecure users.

3. mSecure is the most secure and straightforward solution to managing your sensitive information across your devices.

4. Create secure notes, generate passwords, and safely backup your information to never lose your data again.

5. mSecure 6 is an entire redesign of the app you trust most to protect your vital and private information.

6. Manage, store and share your sensitive information with mSecure.

7. Don’t take any chances with your passwords and private information.

8. Don’t take any chances with your passwords and private information.

9. With two plans to choose from, you decide which features are important for managing your information.

10. * One-time password field: We’ve added a new field type to handle one-time passwords, which is needed for accounts requiring two-factor authentication.

11. Your information is easier to use, easier to access, and always secure with industry-standard AES-encryption.



Pros:

  • - Has been a lifesaver for managing over 1000 entries
  • - Allows users to share the same password file in multiple devices and platforms
  • - Eliminates the need to enter a password when using mSecure on some of the devices

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13

FAQs

Password Manager - mSecure 6 - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism


  • By ch.p.f

    Great app, highly recommend

    I bought mSecure because it had less functionalities than more popular apps such as 1Passord. When it comes to keeping password secure, I prefer simplicity and stability. This app is extremely stable. I can't remember a crash -- I have used it for over 8 years. It does a few things and does it well. I went through three international moves with mSecure: it was a life saver. I now have 280 pages of passwords, notes, copies of passports, SSN, software licenses, addresses and phone numbers. mSecure has become my portable safe, literally. I did not give it 5 stars for a simple reason: there is no simple way to archive old passwords/notes. I hope the developper will consider adding a simple check box that would move the record in an archive folder for future reference (old phone numbers, old addresses, etc.). Some kind of family or business plan allowing sharing of account, with restrictions, would also be great.


  • By SkySurf4fun

    Terrible Customer Service / Locked out of your upgraded product

    I bought this app when they first started. They were decent in response to issues back then but have now taken a dive. I upgraded to 5.6 and after paying to upgrade, found myself with a product I couldnt use beause it told me my trial period was done. The issue is because for some reason, it’s associating a email to this newer version, even though I’ve never had it before. After reading through there forum, this is a common issue with this new 5.x version. It should be as simple as changing the login to associate with a new paid for email, but no. You cannot change this and have to deal with their terrible customer service and file a ticket. After 3 days, they closed my ticket and never even addressed the problem! In the past, they didn’t have associated emails or accounts but have now did that and so I’m left to going back to the old version. DO NOT UPGRADE and pay for this because you might find yourself in the same boat and unable to use the product you upgrade to.


  • By TType

    On WiFi/local sync, mSecure stores your password in the cloud

    mSecure is a great password app, but, I do not want any info in the cloud, or sent out to the internet - espically my password. The long developer explaination is that mSecure needs my password to sync accounts. I have always used the local backup - no cloud. Great….except with MSecure 5, I cannot change my password without connecting to the internet. This is a serious flaw if one desires to keep their information off the internet. Just try changing your password without being connected to the internet - you will receive the following: "ERROR There was an error setting the password to the cloud. Please make sure you have an internet connection and try again."


  • By Jim@Hicks

    Use it everyday - absolutely reliable

    My wife and I use mSecure to keep up with our passwords. We each have the mSecure app on our iPhones and also on our Windows mini. Sync instantly keeps us all 3 devices up to date with the passwords and notes we each add. We keep up with every bit of information that we may ever need, family SS#'s, tax id's, vehicle vins, tire sizes, bank info, credit card info, website logins and passwords, lunchroom pay codes. You name it, and we put it in mSecures. It is wonderful to have any and all information we need handy. Absolutely and totally reliable. We are adding or referencing info almost every day.


  • By CereaLKiLr

    Copy and Paste from Mobile App to Desktop has been broken for months

    I used to love this app, but to be honest, the ability to copy and paste directly from the mobile app to a desktop client has been broken for quite a while. First and foremost - I know I am an edge case. Most folks are going to be happy to just open the desktop client to get passwords for other desktop apps, but my issue is that my master password is extremely long and nearly impossible to type in correctly the first time. My work around for that was to just use the mobile app, which has face ID, to open the app, copy the password, then go to the desktop PC and paste into the password field. This used to work, but broke a while back. The only way to do that copy paste now is to copy from the mobile app, paste into a mobile browser address bar, then copy again, and then paste into the desktop password field. TBH, there is no need for this app for browser apps as the browsers already all store the password for auto fill. The last part about the desktop app - I could use fingerprint ID, but the problem there is my PC sits closed behind my moniter as I don't have workspace to leave it open. Bottom line, I miss being able to just directly copy from the msecure mobile app to whatever desktop client I am opening. If that were to come back, I would have no reason to look at other password managing apps or a U2F key.


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