Avast EasyPass is a stand-alone (it doesn’t require Avast antivirus installed) password manager. It saves your login credentials using the military-grade encryption. Also it helps you creating strong passwords and complete forms.

Avast EasyPass Securely Stores Your PasswordsAvast EasyPass Securely Stores Your Passwords

If you are using multiple computers, EasyPass can handle it as well with its synchronization feature. Unfortunately it is available only for Windows, so there is no synchronization possible between your computer and mobile phone (both Android and iOS).

Avast EasyPass Main WindowAvast EasyPass Main Window

You can download the free 30-day trial version from the official Avast website (scroll down to find Avast EasyPass trial) or purchase the 1-year license with 50% off by clicking the button below

1 Year License for $19.99 $9.99

Avast EasyPass Trial Expired

What to do if your 30-day trial version already expired and you are getting the screen below? Well the only solution is to purchase the full 1-year license and get your license key. Luckily we have a special 50% discount for the 1-year license.

Avast EasyPass Expired Trial WindowAvast EasyPass Expired Trial Window

Avast EasyPass Browser Integration

Avast EasyPass easily integrates (as add-on) with all major browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. You can select the browsers during the installation process. Once the installation process finish, the add-ons are automatically added.

Avast EasyPass AutoSave FeatureAvast EasyPass AutoSave Feature

Everytime you will enter any new login or web form, EasyPass will ask you if you want to save it. This feature (it’s called AutoSave and AutoFill) substitutes the default one in the browser.

Avast EasyPass Pricing/Licensing

When it comes to pricing/licensing of Avast EasyPass, there is really only one option. The 1-year license which you can use on multiple computers. It retails at $19.99, however we have a special offer for 50% off.

1 Year License for $19.99 $9.99

Avast EasyPass System Requirements

  • Operating system Microsoft Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (any Edition, 32-bit or 64-bit)
  • Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 5+, Chrome, and Opera 7–11

Other Avast Products for Windows

See the overview of the other Avast products for Windows.

Written by Paul B. | Team GetAvast.net

My name is Paul and I love Avast since the Home Edition v4.8 (2008). I am recommending it to all my friends, but I realized they don't know how to use it. So I started this site in order to help others getting maximum from this awesome antivirus. Feel free to contact me via Facebook, comments below or this form.

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  1. John Panepinto Reply

    I did a windows upgrade and Easypass disappeared from my taskbar. I received instruction from you to “search” using *.RFP and I found a file, but I cannot log in nor can I move it to my taskbar. Did I renew just a few months ago? Is that the problem?
    Help me get back the app.

    John Panepinto

  2. Vincent TOUTAIN Reply

    Where is the page where we can only download the software, since I have already purchased it? Every time I reset my computer, every time it takes me a very long time to find out where to download it from.
    Not a very good point for you guys…

  3. Liz Biss Reply

    EasyPass is good but it would be great if it would sync with my Android phone. UPM is free and it does sync. So….


  4. Susan L. Reply

    Avast AV is a very good AntiVirus that unfortunately is now trying to sell me services via popups ( although they wouldn’t call them popups because they are on the side and are from your AV program who wouldn’t clutter your computer with popups and everybody knows popups only show up when you are in your browser and these show up even when you’re not browsing), but although EasyPass is cheap I won’t be renewing because it doesn’t support cross-platform password protection and I don’t think it will in my lifetime. Avast treats EasyPass like a way to get ten bucks out of you and then forget you, new versions of Firefox frequently break EasyPass. There is no excuse for that because the code is available to developers before Firefox actually releases it. After it is broken, there is no easy way to communicate with them about it. They won’t respond to people posting it on their support site and it usually takes 3-5 days to get it fixed.

    Bottom line? TAKE A PASS ON EASYPASS.

  5. Lori Sergent Reply

    Will EasyPass every come out with the capability to synchronize between your computer and mobile phone (both Android and iOS)? Is this something that is either being looked into or being worked on?

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