A new Norton Password manager can now manage passwords for Microsoft’s security software, according to the company.
The company says the feature, available in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, is compatible with Microsoft Office 365.
Norton has not yet released a statement regarding this feature.
The new feature will allow users to customize their Norton password manager to better protect them from phishing and other attacks, the company says.
Norton also recently added support for Microsoft Office Web Apps in Windows 10, the latest version of Microsoft’s desktop operating system.
Microsoft Office 365 is a subscription service that allows users to manage Microsoft’s online content with their online accounts.
Microsoft sells the content as part of Office 365 Premium.
Microsoft’s Office 365 subscriptions also provide the ability for users to sign up for Microsoft Edge, the free browser Microsoft provides to businesses and professionals that offers the latest content, apps, and services.
Microsoft also offers Office 365 Pro, a subscription with premium features and support for the company’s enterprise-class applications.
Microsoft says Norton Password Managers can also be configured to automatically scan and encrypt passwords when they are entered in a Microsoft account.
The new feature is available in the Norton Password management tools.