For many years, we have been at the forefront of innovation in privacy and security. We help millions of users hide their IP addresses and encrypt their connections, as our goal is to protect digital lives all around the world and help people make the most of what the internet has to offer.
In April 2021, we launched our Password Manager in partnership with PassCamp, a cloud-based password manager. It was available as an add-on for VPN subscriptions. And while our approach to protecting your credentials was built on a solid technology foundation, the product didn’t gain the traction we expected. So we’ve made the difficult decision to discontinue our Password Manager, effective December 12, 2022.
We’d like to sincerely thank our Ghosties for being a part of this project!
What This Means for You
- As of December 12, 2022 we’re discontinuing our Password Manager, and won’t be releasing future updates.
- You won’t be able to resubscribe to this service.
- You’ll be able to access your Password Manager vault until January 31, 2023 so you have time to export your passwords to another secure vault.
We’re Refunding Your Remaining Add-on Subscription Time
If you purchased the Password Manager as an add-on, we’re automatically issuing you a refund.
Your VPN or dedicated IP subscriptions are not affected, so you’ll still be able to secure your data with CyberGhost VPN!
What You Can Expect
- For the Monthly Subscriptions
If you purchased CyberGhost Password Manager as an add-on to your monthly VPN subscription, we’re refunding you for the remaining time. Any days you have left on your subscription as of December 12, 2022, will be reflected in your account’s balance. For example, if you have 10 days left, we’re refunding 10 days’ worth of your purchase.
- For the Yearly Subscriptions
If CyberGhost Password Manager was an add-on to your yearly or 3-year CyberGhost VPN plan, we’re refunding all remaining months plus the current one. For example, if you have 3 months left on your subscription, we’re refunding 4 months’ worth of your purchase. This is so we can cover the current month.
Depending on your bank and time zone, it can take up to 2 weeks to receive the funds into your account.
If you no longer use the credit card or PayPal account you originally purchased the CyberGhost Password Manager add-on with, please understand that we’re not able to initiate the automatic refund. In this case, please contact our 24/7 Customer Support team through email or live chat, and they can further advise you.
If You Purchased CyberGhost Password Manager as Part of a Bundle
If you have purchased CyberGhost Password Manager subscription as part of a bundle, we will compensate you for the inconvenience by extending your remaining CyberGhost VPN subscription time with extra runtime at no additional charge.
We’re only discontinuing the password manager. You can use all the other services from the bundle with no interruptions.
Thank you for giving our Password Manager a chance!
Export Your Passwords in 9 Quick Steps
You will have until January 31, 2023 to export the information stored in your CyberGhost Password Manager.
During this time, we highly advise exporting your passwords to another secure vault. Here’s how.
- Go to https://vault.cyberghostpass.com/
- Login with your username/email and password
- Enter your master password
- Click on your profile menu to expand the options
- Click on Import/Export Items
- Under Export click Export .csv
- Read the notice and select I understand
- Confirm your choice with your master password
- Your passwords will be exported and downloaded to your default download path
You can then use the .csv file to import your password into any password manager. Just be sure to delete the .csv file afterwards!
We’ve discontinued subscriptions to the CyberGhost Password Manager add-on on December 12, 2022. However, you’ll have until January 31, 2023 to export your passwords. After that, all the information in Password Manager will be deleted permanently.
Check out our step-by-step guide on how to export passwords from your CyberGhost Password Manager.
You’ll need to log into your CyberGhost Password Manager vault, select Import/Export Items from your profile menu. Under Export, click Export .csv, and follow the on-screen instructions. You can then use the .csv file to manually import your passwords to another secure vault.
Check out our step-by-step guide on the Privacy Hub!
There are plenty of password managers out there. Some have great encryption and security but have a device limit. Others have good auto-filling options and great device compatibility but don’t work in offline mode or have no biometric login options. Only you can decide what the best choice is for you, and we’d highly advise researching your options.
Once you’ve made your choice, you can then use the .csv file to import your stored credentials. We highly recommend that you delete the .csv file once you’ve confirmed your credentials have been properly imported.
If you purchased CyberGhost Password Manager as an add-on, you don’t need to do anything. We’ve automatically issued refunds for any remaining time on your Password Manager subscription. Please keep in mind that we’re not refunding other services, like CyberGhost VPN, so you can still enjoy enhanced digital privacy.
Depending on your bank and time zone, it can take up to 2 weeks for the refund to reflect in your balance.
If you purchased CyberGhost Password Manager as part of a bundle, we’ll compensate you for the inconvenience by extending your VPN subscription with additional runtime at no extra charge.
For more information, please contact our 24/7 Customer Support team through email or live chat.
No. We’ve made the decision to discontinue our Password Manager add-on but that doesn’t impact the other services we offer. You still have CyberGhost VPN as your trusty side-kick to protect your digital identity.
It’s hard to say what the future holds. That said, we don’t have any plans to offer a password manager in the foreseeable future. Instead, we’re focusing on CyberGhost VPN and our other security tools, like the all-in-one Security Suite, for the time being.