(If you use one, obviously)

  • Majestix
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    233 years ago

    I use Bitwarden, it’s pleasant to use and reliable.

    • bruhbeans
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      83 years ago

      I use Vaultwarden, which is an open-source, self-hostable, compatible re-implementation of Bitwarden.

      BW is open source and self-hostable, but requires several containers including MSSQL. You can run Vaultwarden against SQLite or postgres, and it’s a single binary or container.

      • Bilb!
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        43 years ago

        Yeah, I started with Bitwarden official and have moved to bitwarden-rs, now called Vaultwarden. Much better suited to my needs, with just 3 users.

      • TmpodM
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        23 years ago

        I still use manager BitWarden (the overall project is really great) but I might consider switching my server to a self-hosted vaultwarden one.

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  • @onlooker
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    133 years ago

    KeePassXC on Linux and Keepass2Android on Android. I use it because it’s what I started with and that’s what I’m used to. For synchronization across devices, I use my Nextcloud instance.

      • @onlooker
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        23 years ago

        I’m hosting it on an Intel NUC. For some reason its HDMI ports don’t play well on Linux, but otherwise it makes a decent headless server.

  • Sr EstegosaurioOP
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    103 years ago

    In my case I use keepass both in my phone and computer and a syncthing local server to have all sync in all my devices. But lately I was just using pass inside a tomb whit a bunch of other plugins. I use those bc they are FOSS and local.

    • DessalinesA
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      53 years ago

      Same, with keepassXC on desktop, keepassDX on android.

    • @ninchuka
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      33 years ago

      syncthing is probably one of my favourite FOSS projects its just amazing

  • @gun
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    63 years ago

    I used to use Lastpass, but then they did this dumb thing where you could only access passwords on one type of device (mobile or computer). So it become very tedious to use. I put it off for a while but I switched to Bitwarden a while ago. It was surprisingly easy to import all of my old passwords and it kept all of my folder organization as well. Bitwarden > Lastpass

  • @Suspikuutti
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    63 years ago

    Bitwarden, since it’s easy to use and open source and I’m too dumb to figure out self hosting

    Was considering gnomes own password vault since I love the uniform look of gnome apps, but idk, I feel like bitwarden has more support if anything goes wrong

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  • Kohen Shaw
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    33 years ago

    Used keepassdx for a while, synced on my nextcloud instance. Am using nextcloud’s password manager nowadays, nicely integrated with my browser, decent android app as well. Gets the job done.

  • @Brattea
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    33 years ago

    Keepass, on mobile and computer. also firefox lockwise. (migrating from lockwise)

  • @pingveno
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    23 years ago

    1Password. It provides a vault for various types of information, password generation, password leak monitoring, and shared vaults. As much as try to use OSS, 1Password just consistently worked nicely on every platform that I tried it on.

  • @esmail
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    23 years ago

    KeeWeb (keepass client) app on Nextcloud. Self-hosting my password files and KeeWeb’s third-party security audit plays into my whole tinfoil hat vibe, and I can also access my Nextcloud-synced password files offline using KeeWeb’s native and web apps in the many cases where I’ve fucked something up and taken my server down 👍

    • @pingveno
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      13 years ago

      The one limitation is that it is limited entirely to passwords. There are other times when you need a secured store for information or an extremely high security method for transmitting sensitive data.

  • @Trinity
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    13 years ago

    Kaspersky Password Manager. It’s secure and convenient.

  • @LIESGREEDMISERY
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    13 years ago

    KeePass, from flatpak. I manually copy and paste stuff because I think KeePass has the ability to pop up suggestions, but it just won’t work on Wayland. But despite that, it’s still quite of an improvement to my workflow. My account information are now stored in one encrypted place and offline.