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What password manager do you use?
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    Thread created on 08:59:55 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    Last replied 22:39:25 - 01/02/23 (2 days ago)
    I just wondering what password manager do you guys use personally and does your company use any password manager
    • What password manager do you use?
    • iCloud keychain
    • Google password manager
    • Lastpass
    • Dashlane
    • 1Password
    • Bitwarden
    • Keepass
    • Nordpass
    • Keeper
    • Enpass
    • Others
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    • Blin [2028034]
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    Posted on 09:02:56 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    I used to use Google password manager until i buy an iphone and use safari instead. I used iCloud keychain for a while until i decided to try 1password for 6month introductory price. now the password sync nicely with my pc browser and my iphone

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    Posted on 09:12:59 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    i just use the one built into google chrome
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    Posted on 09:31:19 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    been using bitwarden since 2017 few months after it came out with the revamp, never looked at alternatives and never got hacked or felt inconvenient to use. its just that good. best part is its free maybe there's some limitations but for my use its perfect without any form of throttle. its also Open source (code on github) and has options to self host on your server. 

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    Posted on 13:01:31 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    Was using the lastpass till this update that made you have to choose only 1 device, moved to bitwarden and looks like works great;

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    Posted on 17:37:10 - 20/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    I've always thought of password managers as just an extra layer of vulnerability.
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    Posted on 10:38:26 - 21/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    mutley [588278]

    I've always thought of password managers as just an extra layer of vulnerability.
    Unlike google chrome password manager and icloud keychain that i used to use, using master password feels safer. like, my wife know my pc password and my phone lockscreen pin, so they have access to all my stored password, but not with master password. because, i did not share my master password with her XD

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    Posted on 14:35:39 - 25/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    mutley [588278]

    I've always thought of password managers as just an extra layer of vulnerability.

    Blin [2028034]

    Unlike google chrome password manager and icloud keychain that i used to use, using master password feels safer. like, my wife know my pc password and my phone lockscreen pin, so they have access to all my stored password, but not with master password. because, i did not share my master password with her XD
    what are you hiding 
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    Posted on 16:39:34 - 30/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    my brain and different variations of the same password lol

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    Posted on 00:07:52 - 06/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    i think google is probably most used because its so convenient with phones and chrome browser
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    Posted on 19:18:22 - 07/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    For password management I use LastPass.  I don't know about the one device limitation; looking that up now.  But being able to share with family is nice.  

    The one downside to LastPass is they still generate the old style passwords where 1Password has updated to the new recommended standard according to NIST. Here are is an example:

    LastPass: o&jC5lL^XmqX
    1Password: done-casaba-listen-curt

    For two factor authentication though I use Authy as I like it compared to LastPass and the Google App

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    Posted on 00:32:04 - 08/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Bitwarden here!

    Open source
    Local password storage
    Multi device sync (free!)
    2fa and works with TOPT authenticators

    Tried a few others, but my main thing is I don't want my passwords backed up or stored in cloud
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    Posted on 00:30:17 - 11/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Want my credit card number while you are at it? 

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    Posted on 06:23:16 - 08/01/22 (1 year ago)
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    Bitwarden a clear winner, been using for 7+ years.
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    Posted on 04:13:10 - 27/07/22 (6 months ago)
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    glad I found this probably going to start using bitwarden

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    Posted on 01:55:05 - 29/09/22 (4 months ago)
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    I use Keypass XC and handle database syncing manually.
    Much safer than offerings like LastPass which are huge targets
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    Posted on 22:39:25 - 01/02/23 (2 days ago)
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    KeepassX for a long time, then KeePassXC.. Together, been using one ir the other for 10-15 years now. 

    Occasionally I get a little anxious at the idea that I have no idea what most of my passwords are.
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