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Proton Pass is now also available for MacOS and Linux

Proton Pass is now also available for MacOS and Linux

After the French-language Swiss software company introduced its password manager for business use Proton Pass for Windows in the spring, the solution is now also available for Mac and Linux platforms. The Proton Pass version for MacOS is also supplemented with a new Safari extension, which allows direct access from a web browser. In addition to Safari, there are also extensions available for Chrome, Firefox, Brave, or Edge. The Linux version supports almost all popular distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora or CentOS.

It was also announced that Proton Pass will soon also support TouchID on macOS, which allows you to log in using your fingerprint. A Linux update will soon integrate the application with the corresponding security APIs. Updates should be available automatically in the coming weeks.

Regardless of the platform, you pay 2 francs per month to use Proton Pass. In the free version also available, only two safes are supported and 2FA authentication or offline mode are not supported, among other things. (research and development)