Both avast and lastpass offer various options that can help you reduce stress and time while keeping your passwords secure. However, both come with their own strengths and weaknesses. The main difference between them may be in the small nuances of interface or user preferences.

Both are top contenders for the best password manager that is available. Both have a strong password generator, automatic fill-in capability for mobile and websites as well as the capability to sync across devices. Both offer password sharing and the option to revoke access at anytime. However, LastPass takes the lead in a myriad of other features, including security dashboards and monitoring of dark web sites, and much more.

Both password managers provide 24/7 live chat and phone support. However, the Avast password manager is available only as part of Avast Antivirus and no longer sells new subscriptions. This means that it is less likely to receive updates or bug fixes. LastPass On its part is constantly working to develop and improve its platform.

Both password managers come with well-designed browser extensions and applications that offer auto-filling and auto-saving capabilities. In addition, both allow users to store notes and credit cards in imp source addition passwords. In terms of sync and compatibility, LastPass offers a more comprehensive range of features than Avast. In addition the premium plans offer an encrypted password vault as well as password sharing. It also includes a dark web monitoring feature.