Sticky Password Company Profile

What is Sticky Password?

Sticky Password is a Czech password manager, first established in 2001 and part of Lamantine Software. Lamantine Software’s founder is Aleksandr Tischenko, with the original founders’ team including former AVG Technologies executives. The company’s solution is available on all major platforms – Windows, Mac, Android and iOS – and is localized in 11 languages.

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Sticky Password Overview

When Sticky Password was founded its main target audience was developers, engineers and technology professionals who did most of their work in a computing environment.

At the time, online security safety was not what most people paid attention to, yet the founders were aware of the growing number of online threats and understood that protecting passwords would become a key component of online security. They knew that people were using weak passwords and reusing them across multiple websites, which made them easy targets for hackers. Sticky Password was created to help people protect their online privacy and security by providing a secure and convenient way to manage passwords.


The below pricing is accurate as of this article’s last update. It’s worth noting that Sticky Password frequently offers discounts, either on its own site or through third parties.

  • 1-year subscription: US$29.99
  • Lifetime license: US$199.99
  • Sticky Password Premium for Teams: $29.99/seat/year


  • Password manager
  • Password generator
  • Autofill & autologin
  • Secure password sharing
  • Best-in-class sync options (cloud, WiFi, and no sync)
  • Team admin console
  • Dark Web Monitoring powered by ARC
  • Digital legacy & emergency access

Sticky Password Company Profile

Where is Sticky Password based? What is its mission? What awards has it received?

In this section, we dive a bit deeper into the company’s profile and history, including where its parent company name – Lamantine Software – originated from.

Company mission and goals

Sticky Password outlines its mission as “providing individuals and small businesses with a secure and convenient way to manage and protect their passwords and other sensitive information”. It lists its company goals as:

  • Protecting users from online threats by providing a secure password manager that is easy to use.
  • Making it easy for users to securely manage their passwords by providing an encrypted vault that can be accessed from any device.
  • Providing users with peace of mind by offering a variety of security features, including two-factor authentication, military-grade encryption, and dark web monitoring.


Sticky Password’s headquarters are in Brno, the 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic – in the heart of the European Union.

Notable moments

2001First version of Sticky Password is released
2010Began multi-year partnership with Kaspersky Lab as technology provider for their consumer security suite
2014Introduction of Mac and mobile versions for Android and iOS
2017Integration of Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX)
2017Began multi-year partnership with ESET to power ESET’s home user product portfolio.
2018Introduction of Teams version to help businesses with their password safety.
2022Partnering with Crossword Cybersecurity to provide Sticky Password users with advanced Dark Web Monitoring powered by ARC service.

News mentions

Social Media Profiles


2015: PCMag editor’s choice:

2023: Listed as Techradar’s best business password managers in 2023[1]



Sticky Password’s parent company name “Lamantine Software” comes from the French word “lamantin”, which means manatee. The name is credited to the founder’s wife and her fondness for the sweet, large sea creatures that are sadly endangered. Her passion and enthusiasm led the company to engage with the Save the Manatee Club, a national nonprofit 501(c)(3), Florida-based organization.

Since becoming active sponsors of the Save the Manatee Club, the company donates annually to the organization, with a portion of the proceeds from each sale going to the nonprofit organization. The company has also adopted the manatee mascot as a brand ambassador for online safety and a key symbol.

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[1] This info was verified on this webpage – – on the 22nd June 2023. Please note that TechRadar regularly updates its articles and it might since have been removed.