Cloudswave Score for Trend Micro Password Manager
Rating based on 5 Critic Reviews
Neil J. Rubenking, on Pc Mag
Trend Micro Password Manager 1.9 hasn't evolved in the last few years, so it's well behind the competition. A new version later this year may save the day, but for now, you'll do well to choose a different password manager.
Stuart Andrews, on PC Pro
Unfortunately, Trend Micro Maximum Security can’t catch the leaders when it comes to protection, warding off 96% of attacks – a figure that’s lower than the free Avast package. We also found it one of the more onerous packages in everyday use, blocking 4% of legitimate applications from installing without a prompt. So although this package is a pleasure to use and live with, it isn't the security package we'd choose.
Michael Passingham, on Expert Reviews
We'd hoped that Trend Micro would be back on the upswing after poor performance in our last set of tests, but its user interface is somehow worse than before and its protection scores are just too low to recommend.
David Strom , on Network World
We would recommend that you wait until its next release before seriously evaluating it. For example, of the six products tested, it was the only one that didn't include a password generator. Trend promises to include this feature in its next release. Instead, it just captures logins from when you bring up a Web browser session. There is no way to manually add the website and its associated password to a separate list.
Danny Chadwick , on TopTenReviews
We include Trend Micro among our list of the best computer protection software because a single license can protect up to three devices. Its Windows and mobile modules are quite competitive, more so than its Macintosh module. Some of Trend Micro’s competitors provide more online backup space and 24/7 access without charging for premium support. However it provides a few uncommon features such as parental controls and a password manager.
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