F-Secure KEY: New password manager freeware for Windows 10/8/7

Leading security company F-Secure has launched a new Password Manager, F-Secure KEY, for Windows, Android, iOS and Mac operating systems. F-Secure KEY will sync all you passwords between all your devices and automatically fill out the credentials to make logging into websites and services very easy.

F-Secure KEY Password Manager

Like our freeware PassBox, F-Secure KEY too is a free password manager. F-Secure KEY will help you store your passwords, user names and other credentials securely so that you can access them wherever you are, from any device – including Windows PCs, smartphones, tablets and Macs, using one master password.

Once you have downloaded and installed the free software, you will be required to create a new account. Enter a strong master password while creating a new account.

F-Secure Key windows

You will then be taken to the main window. On the top you will see the F-Secure KEY news feed, that will keep you abreast of important security developments. Here you can add a password, connect your devices and even import passwords from elsewhere.

Adding a password is simple. Fill up the fields, including the URL, username, credit card details, etc and  generate a strong passwords if you feel the need, and click on Save.

The password generator lets you generate strong passwords of up to 32 characters. You can choose the kind of password you want.

F-Secure Key password manager

F-Secure KEY also lets you connect all your devices. For this you will need to generate a synchronization code and Enter the code on every one of your devices.

F-Secure Key 3

F-Secure KEY  will allow you to import F-Secure Key export files or XML format export files from your other Password Managers.

You can download F-Secure KEY password manager from F-Secure.com. It supports Windows 7 and later, Android 4.0 and later, iOS 4 and later and Mac OS X 10.7 and later. The service is currently available for Windows, Android & Mac – and iOS apps are expected to be released very soon.

You might want to also check out Trend Micro DirectPass, another free password manager from a well-known security firm.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Toph

    Well, sounds promising but unlike what you said in this article, it’s not like LastPass. It just provides a cloud-based service to keep your passwords there and unfortunately doesn’t provide a plugin to auto-fill login forms. Did I miss something?!

  2. You are right. Will edit the post. 🙂

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