• Hey Guest Depending on the type of password manager used and on the functionality offered by its developers, the encrypted database is either stored locally on the user's device or stored remotely through an online file-hosting service. Password managers typically require a user to generate and remember one "master" password to unlock and access any information stored in their databases. In this day and age its just plain silly not to use one.

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A classic example is CCleaner Free, with some builds Avast bundle their antivirus program and sometimes they dont so look at the installers and dont accept everything that has been pre.checked.

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