Norton Password Manager Reviews

View Norton Password Manager's password management software for your business. Includes info on Norton Password Manager, free trials, reviews and FAQs.

Updated on February 10th, 2022

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Norton Password Manager by Symantec is password management software that syncs passwords across all your Windows, iOS, and Android devices. Norton Password Manager is no longer available as a standalone version, but is still offered with Norton Security products.


Norton does not provide pricing for their Password Manager software on their website. Norton Password Manager is offered with Norton Security products.


Pros: Enables users to create secure and unique passwords, store addresses and wallet information, and save notes.

Cons: Research found Norton's packages don't have as may extra features as competing products.

Bottomline: Meets all the requirements of password management software.

Key Information:

Legal Name

NortonLifeLock Inc.


Peter Norton

Founding Date

Jan 01, 1982


350 Ellis Street, Mountain View, CA 94043 United States

Number of Employees


Number of Customers




1 (650) 527-8000



How do I access Norton Password Manager?

There are four ways by which you can sign in to Norton Password Manager, see their website for a step-by-step guide.

How do I add Norton Password Manager to Chrome?

  1. Type "Norton Password Manager" in the Store window search box.
  2. Click "Norton Password Manager".
  3. Click "Turn it On" in the pop-up window.

Is Norton Password Manager safe?

Yes, Norton Password Manager is safe.

How do I turn off Norton Password Manager?

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Go to "Settings".
  3. Go to "More Tools".
  4. Click "Extensions".
  5. Disable.

How does the Norton Password Manager work?

Norton Password Manager encrypts all your sensitive information and stores it to a local vault.

Is there a Norton Password Manager free trial?

Yes. Norton offers free trial versions of their Password Manager.