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mSecure Password Manager Review [2022]: Is it Any Good?

6.0
DECENT
Ranked 39th from 52 password managers
Sophie Anderson
Sophie Anderson
Published on: December 30, 2021

mSecure Review: Quick Expert Summary

mSecure is an alright password manager, but there are much better choices out there in almost every respect: Price, features, security, usability, etc.

If you’re looking for a good password manager, check out Dashlane or Keeper.

If you need more options, read about the best password managers in 2022.

mSecure Products & Pricing

Free
$0.00 / year
Premium
$19.99 / year
Bottom Line

mSecure is not bad, but it’s not particularly “good” either. There are a lot better options out there. I’d recommend Dashlane — it comes with a VPN, one-click password changer, and a great integration with every device and operating system.

About the Author

Sophie Anderson
Sophie Anderson
Cybersecurity researcher and tech journalist

About the Author

Sophie Anderson has spent the last 10 years working as a software engineer for some of the biggest tech companies in Silicon Valley. She now works as a cybersecurity consultant and tech journalist, helping everyday netizens understand how to stay safe and protected in an online world.

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mSecure User Reviews

5 6
Based on 11 reviews in 1 language 6.0
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Dec. 14, 2021
John
John
Portugal
10.0
Excellent Password Manager
iOS User
I like how customizable the data fields are in this app. I like that it works and syncs cross-platform. I use it on iOS, Mac, and Windows. I also like that this app doesn’t try to do everything like adding VPN service. I think others do that to try and justify their subscription price. I don’t like subscription models because if I don’t pay for whatever reason, I lose my passwords, so I prefer paying once. I might have to pay again for a new version in the future, but they give you a while before the old version isn’t supported.
Oct. 31, 2021
Lee
Lee
United Kingdom
8.0
Works well on Mac OSX and iOS.
Mac User
I’ve had MSecure for over ten years a d upgraded a while ago to v5. It synchronizes to 5 devices and is easy to use. There may be programs with more features, however this does all I need.
Nov. 9, 2021
Phil
Phil
Australia
10.0
no problems
Windows User
been using mSecure for a very long time now and never had any issues. always update to latest versions. and am very happy does everything I want and need.
United States
8.0
Good app
Mac User
Been using this for many years and I’m not sure why others are negative. I find it easy to use and very handy. Upgraded to newer version and it works fine.
Paul
Paul
United States
10.0
Value and ease of use
iOS User
Been using MSecure for 10 years. Free with low cost cloud option. Fantastically clean and easy to use UI. SHA-256 encryption.
Dec. 30, 2021 NEW
Jesse
Jesse
United States
7.0
Its saving grace: one-time purchase
iOS User
Used many years. Many needed features promised in next release (teased “in beta” for several years). Troubleshooting? Learn to DIY. A tolerable password manager, somewhat better than Apple’s “Keychain”. Subscription models aren’t our ideal…yet.
D K
D K
United States
7.0
Amended review
Mac User
Had msecure 4. Wouldnt work with upgraded ios. But then found i could download msecure 5.5 free and then put msecure 4 into msecure 5 and reaccess my passwords. But it wasn’t easy to find this out.
Fred
Fred
United States
2.0
Latest version of msecure is unusable
Windows User
I have been using msecure for over 12 years. Up through version 4, it was great. Then my wife's Mac went to 64 bit and needed v5. V5 is my opinion a disaster. Classic example of making a product idiot proof, so that its only useful for idiots.
Searching that took a few clicks now takes a few dozen. Things that used to be simple, like starting a new file, moving a file from one computer to another are virtually impossible. The windows version requires going through the Microsoft store, which is incompatible with my Windows install. The Android version lost the ability to expand just the 'A' passwords, then the 'B' etc. .
And the company is particularly unhelpful in addressing any of those issues.
user avatar
Thomas Green Fred
I can't access my msecure 4 data after I updated to IOS 14.5. The msecure support "team" is not helping at all. I used to log into msecure with my thumb print. That doesn't work when trying to import the version 4 data into versio...Show More
Greg Myers
Greg Myers
United States
2.0
m4 to m5
Windows User
Trying to get passwords out of mSecure 4 to msecure5. It has been a nightmare and support is not helpful.
Thomas Green
Thomas Green
United States
1.0
Updating to version 5
Windows User
I have used version 4 for many years and have hundreds of passwords stored. After updating to IOS 14.5 I can no longer get into msecure because they stopped supporting version 4. The support staff is no help. They continue to send out a mass email type letter which doesn't address my problem. My problem is I used a thumb print to start msecure 4. That doesn't work to import version 4 data into version 5. After paying to download version 5 I will be asking for a refund. We'll see how that goes.

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