Self-Hosted 1Password Alternatives

    1Password is not available as a self-hosted solution but there are plenty of alternatives for power users and business that want to host a solution on-premise. The best Self-Hosted alternative is Bitwarden, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to 1Password and many of them are available as a self-hosted solution so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Self-Hosted alternatives to 1Password are LessPass (Free, Open Source), Passbolt (Freemium, Open Source), QtPass (Free, Open Source) and Passit (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jul 2, 2021

      • FreemiumOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Online
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Android Tablet
      • iPad
      • Self-Hosted
      • Microsoft Edge
      • Vivaldi Browser
      • Google Chrome
      • Microsoft SQL Server
      • Tor Browser Bundle
      • Safari
      • Cloudron
      • Opera
      • Mono
      • Brave
      • Firefox
      Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store your logins and passwords across all of your devices (iOS, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Windows, Mac, Linux, and more). Bitwarden is FREE and open source.
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      Bitwarden vs 1Password opinions
      Almost everyone thinks Bitwarden is a great alternative to 1Password.
      chougaku Nearly compatible to 1Password, which has fully functions the passwords need.
      Positive comment 3 months ago

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      Bitwarden is an Open Source alternative that allows you to create a secure database and passwords protected with 2FA.
      Positive comment 4 months ago

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      jamiegray Open source, well designed, easy to migrate to
      Positive comment over 2 years ago

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      • FreeOpen Source
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      • Google Chrome
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      • Firefox
      LessPass is an open source password manager. Instead of syncing a database of passwords, it generates them locally every time you put in a domain name, login and master password. There is no central database for hackers to break into.
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    1. Passbolt is an open source password manager for teams. It allows to securely share and store credentials.
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      Passbolt vs 1Password opinions
      pros, cons and recent comments
      Passbolt is still in development. The encryption using pgp on a self-hosted server seems a pretty good idea, and there is a chrome and firefox integration. (And a command line tool coming soon)
      Positive comment over 4 years ago

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    2. QtPass is a multi-platform GUI for pass, the standard unix password manager.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      • Android
      • Android Tablet
      • Self-Hosted
      Passit is an open-source, cloud-based password manager. Passit uses the modern and battle-tested libsodium cryptography package to encrypt data in such a way that even we can't access.
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      • FreemiumOpen Source
      • Mac
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      • iPhone
      • Android Tablet
      • iPad
      • Self-Hosted
      Padlock helps you to manage your passwords with a minimalist interface that makes it super-easy to access, add and edit passwords. Available for Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android and a version for Linux is in the pipeline.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      • Microsoft Edge
      • Google Chrome
      • Chromium
      • Firefox
      The Psono password manager keeps hackers out and your passwords secure. Psono is free and open source and available for Windows, Linux and Mac. Organize your passwords now!
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    3. A website that estimates the approximate strength of passwords. (Warning: don't type your actual passwords here. The site is for testing purposes only.).
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      How Secure Is My Password? vs 1Password opinions
      pros, cons and recent comments
      While useful, How Secure Is My Password? isn't a password manager.
      Negative comment over 1 year ago

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    4. PassCamp is a secure and easy to use password manager for teams and individuals. Keep your passwords in a safe vault and access them wherever you go. Auto-fill and auto-save them with a click. Share credentials securely. Sign up for free today!.
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Linux
      • Online
      • Self-Hosted
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      Open Source Enterprise software. Store your company data safely and share across your team!

      Discontinued

      The program seems to be abandoned. Last version, 0.7.5, released in January 2015, can be still downloaded from the Python Package Index.

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