Open source bitwarden password manager written in Rust and controlled by you
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Thanks to Vaultwarden, better said Bitwarden these days, I was able to move a company from a very, very old Wiki software to store passwords, to a properly usable alternative.
Privately, however, I stay with Keepass, because the effort with Vaultwarden is simply not worth it for just one single user.

Cold Hotman
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Cool!

I’m currently using a different system for my passwords, what would you say is the benefits of self-hosting Vaultwarden?

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you control where the passwords are stored

Cold Hotman
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Then KeePass still seem more right for me since it achieves the same without needing a dedicated server. Thanks for explaining.

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