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    Steve Jones commented  · 

    You can do this easily enough. Export your password data from Bitdefender in CSV format. In Proton Pass, download the generic CSV template.

    Open the two CSV files in Excel. Delete columns from the exported Bitdefender CSV file until you have only the four columns required in the generic CSV file. Copy all the data over into the generic file, and import that into Proton Pass. It worked perfectly me for.

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