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Pass Word Manager

blueice

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I have been using Lass Pass for the last seven year, however, they have
had several breaches in the last two years. In the last fortnight, I have been
locked out twice and have had enough of them.

Any recommendations of a Linux pass word manager, which is secure and
easy to use ?? Frank you for any support !
 


KGIII

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I've been using Bitwarden for a while now. It seems to work. In theory, they could be breached and everything should still be fine as the data is encrypted. So, unless they manage to push a fake client, you should be good to go.
 

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G'day blueice, Welcome to Linux.org

I use bitwarden ......on 3 PC's

I find it reliable and well designed.

I also find its ability to transfer passwords, import passwords & etc etc etc etc from other managers (eg; lastpass) to be particularly good.

If I change a password on one pc/mobile, it automatically changes on the other machines, via the sync. It is possible to disable sync if you so wish.

Works nicely for me and my wife loves it.

ps. Do NOT lose your master password. Think long and hard about what it will be so that it is memorable.

I use a sentence which is meaningful to me and then use the first or second letter from each word....making some capitals and adding a few &*$# type symbols at various points.
 
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