What is your favorite password manager tool?

(Burung Hantu) #1

We are currently having active discussions on Mastodon, reddit and Twitter. What’s your opinion?

What are your password manager setups?
(Dan) #2

I’m currently using 1Password. It works great for me.

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(v0iD) #3

Anyone try Firefox lockbox for iOS and Android yet?

#4

Bitwarden, I still use keepass for some sensitive information, because it is kept completly offline, but for daily stuff Bitwarde’s convenience is just great.

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(Lord Shedy) #5

I tried LastPass and then 1Password which I still consider as one of the best passwords manages out there when it comes to the functions but recently I switched to the BitWarden (for privacy reasons) but I am hesitant to try LessPass because I really like the idea of not having any database with passwords (even if it is encrypted).

(Esmail EL BoB) #6

i’m using bitwarden!

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#7

I can’t trust any password manager so I wrote my own. very simple and efective one:

#!/bin/bash
read -s -p "Pass Phrase: " frase
echo -n $1$frase | sha256sum | xxd -r -p | base64 | head -c 15 | xclip -l 1
echo
echo "Password Copied to the Clipboard"

Just call it with one argument i.e. the service you are trying to create the password to.

#8

I use 1 PW as well. It is more than just a PW manager. And especially the sharing options via Vaults for Family and Friends is great. I regularly change Passwords on services, and this way I dont have to inform them.

#9

i use pwsafe (that one designed by schneier), very simple, i like it.

(Sifr Nihilum) #10

pass, with rofi-pass. Works like a charm, uses gpg, plenty of easy options for everything you’d need. gotta love it.

(blacklight447) #11

My vote goes to keepassxc, its opensource, supports totp, has a superb password generator, and you can choose how you want sychronyse your database(if you even want it at all.)

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(Ekrem) #12

I am using Bitwarden

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#13

I use both BitWarden and KeePass. BitWarden is good as a browser-based password manager, but at home I like to keep passwords offline with KeePass.

#14

Keepassxc. Staying in control of your database location and how an application operates can be crucial. So no online services except for the ones I host myself.

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#15

Has to be KeepassXC. As I don’t want my password manager connecting to the internet and if I need to move to another device i’ll either use a USB/HDD or Syncthing.

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#16

I have used KeepassXC with E2EE cloud sync (first Seafile, now Tresorit), alongside keepassxc browser extension. However, I don’t like database to be (almost) always opened, so I’m moving less important stuff to Bitwarden (forums and MOOC logins, services I barely use, etc), and keeping KeepassXC for important ones, that I rarely need to login via web browser (mail, cloud, finance…)

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#17

KeepassXC only. I don’t sync the database anywhere, only used on the one computer.

#18

*Bitwarden and moving to self-host sync/server with an end of month goal. BW does everything I want&need besides a physical card/key/fob) which leads to-

*OnlyKey for 12 accounts on the go (or 24 without plausible deniability)

(Dan Arel) #19

Bitwarden. I have tested a ton of them and honestly this is my favorite.

(S4 Cure) #20

Bitwarden. LastPass can take its password manager and shove it up their a**

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