Avast’s password extension for Chrome is an open source tool that helps you protect your accounts from attacks by hackers. It is easy to download and is compatible with all web browsers. It helps you save time by automating logins and also creating secure passwords. It also examines websites for phishing or scams to ensure your computer safe.
It’s available as an affordable and premium version however, the free version can do the majority of what users require it to do. Its only drawback is that some users experience issues synchronizing their devices. It can also consume plenty of desktop space, which can cause a slow performance on certain computers.
Often, Avast Password is updated to fix bugs and increase the capabilities of the extension. However, the extension might not function properly if you’re using the Chrome browser in Incognito mode. To resolve this issue, you could try changing the setting in your Chrome browser or installing the extension again.
To accomplish this, you’ll need to launch your Chrome browser and click the three-dot icon. Click on Extensions under More tools. Next, select the Avast Passwords extension and click the button. It might be necessary to restart your browser in order for the changes you made to take into effect. If this doesn’t fix the issue, try installing the extension again or switching to a different web browser. This will usually resolve the issue and restore full functionality to your Avast Passwords Extension.