Proton launches open-source, end-to-end encrypted password manager for businesses

Last year, Proton introduced its secure password manager to the general public, and it is now available to businesses. The company calls Proton Pass For Business “your team's Swiss password vault.” It is open source like the consumer version of Proton Pass and offers end-to-end encryption, easy import from any other software, phishing protection, admin tools and more.

Proton announced the news in a blog post:

Proton Pass for Business is a dedicated password manager for teams. We designed our interface to be intuitive, and our community appreciates the ease of use of the Pass apps. This will not only reduce onboarding headaches, but will also allow employees to actually use it for its intended purpose.

Here are some key features of Proton Pass For Business:

  • Extensions browsers and mobile apps to automatically fill in credentials and 2FA codes.
  • “Easily import your data from any other provider”
  • Admin support to manage multiple users and create permissions
  • Sharing settings with granular controls
  • GDPR and HIPAA compliance
  • Hide email aliases to prevent phishing
  • Proton Sentinel protection ( AI + analysts that monitor suspicious login attempts)
  • Open source and end-to-end encryption

Proton Pass For Business has two levels: “Pass Business”; and Pass Basics.

Typically priced at $5.99 per month per user and $3.99 per month per user. The company is offering a 50% discount at launch to permanently lock in the price at $2.99 ​​per month or $1.99 per month per user.


Proton Pass trials are also available for business before making a decision.

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