Apple — 24 April 2012
Norton Identity Safe stores your logins in the cloud: the poor man’s 1Password

Norton Identity Safe

1Password is a fantastic cross-platform app that stores, locks and quickly retrieves your logins and personal information. With it, you can access password-protected websites with a single click, and store an encrypted copy of your passwords in Dropbox to access them on the go or with companion apps and browser extensions. One potential downside: 1Password costs $ 50. This week, security software provider Symantec released Norton Identity Safe, a service that promises the same basic functionality for free. As we quickly discovered, though, you get what you pay for here.

As far as functionality is concerned, Norton Identity Safe does a basic job reasonably well: we tested on both Mac OS X and Windows 7, and found that either way we could…

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