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    LastPass

    Password Manager, Auto Form Filler, Random Password Generator & Secure Digital Wallet App.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android iPhone S60 Blackberry ... Android Tablet BSD Windows Phone iPad Internet Explorer Vivaldi Browser Chrome Maxthon Opera Firefox

    • lastpass is browser based and therefore different security model Guest • Nov 2016 • 14 agrees and 4 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • It's better to use a password manager than not. By a mile. So use LastPass rather than nothing. But KeePass is prefereable because a) it stores your passwords locally rather than putting it into some US company's hands, b) LastPass doesn't encrypt domain names of your accounts, c) KeePass is open source. JohnFastmanJan 2017 • 10 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    KeePassX

    KeePassX is an application for people with extremly high demands on secure personal data management. It has a light interface, is cross platform and published under the...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

    • Discontinued Discontinued since September 2016, see https://github.com/keepassx/keepassx/pull/204
    • OpenSources local with encrypted database not a remote solution. chadyredApr 2017 • 2 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Despite KeePassX lacks some fancy features of KeePass and its development is slower, it is native to Linux and have much better performance and bit better look there. Still there are problems about storing the database file in cloud, as KeePassX does not support such services nor plugins, which could help (so you depend on another software to do syncing). KuboFHromoslavMay 2017 • 2 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    1Password

    1Password creates strong, unique passwords for all of your sites and logs you in with a single tap (or click). A single click opens your browser, opens a site, fills...

    Commercial Mac Windows Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad Apple Watch ... Vivaldi Browser Chrome Safari Yandex.Browser Opera Firefox

    • Although it is not Open Source (and usually when you want an alternative to an OS software, you would naturally wish for another OS solution) you can just purchase the applications and you are done. No monthly fees (although 1Password does have a plan option) and has a local database (unless you wish to sync between multiple devices). I also think it is above KeePass due to the extensions, which improve your daily routine quite significantly. TVDNFeb 2017 • 1 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • 1Password is proprietary (not open source) and might not encrypt your URLs (neither does LastPass). A more trustworthy choice is KeePass (or KeePassXC for Mac/Linux with browser integrations). Failing that, try BitWarden, which syncs just like 1Password, except that it's open source and does encrypt your URLs. Guest • Jun 2017 • 1 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    KeePassDroid

    KeePassDroid is an implementation of the KeePass password safe for the Android platform.

    Free Open Source Android Android Tablet

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    Enpass

    Enpass offers you freedom from remembering too many passwords and other important credentials. It secures them in one place by your master password and makes them...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone Blackberry Chrome OS Windows RT ... Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad

    • Enpass isn't bad, but it's not fully open source. The database format locks you into the Enpass format, which other apps don't open. No two-factor authentication. Hard to see the advantage over KeePass, except perhaps if you only use Mac in which case the browser integration is smoother. JohnFastmanDec 2016 • 5 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    bitwarden

    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). bitwarden is...

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    MacPass

    MacPass is an attempt to create an OS X port of KeePass.

    Free Open Source Mac

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    • KeePass is a superb, open-source password manager, but with no native Mac counterpart. MacPass tries to fill that gap in the market. Currently in beta. JohnFastmanNov 2016 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    Master Password

    Master Password is different: it is based on an ingenious password generation algorithm that guarantees your passwords can never be lost. While password managers...

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web Android iPhone

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    Dashlane

    Password manager that can generate unique passwords and also record purchase history across websites. Autologins everywhere. Super strong passwords. Security score...

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone iPad Internet Explorer Chrome ... Safari Firefox

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No only for Windows and Linux

Comment by gumshoebob
about KeePass and KeePassX · Mar 2013 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful

KeePass 2.x can be made to work on OS X with mono. I'd still recommend using KeePass 1.x on Windows and KeePassX on Linux and OS X over it if you care about cross-platform compatibility.

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For me, one of important thing in KeePass - encryp...

Comment by M_O_Z_G
about KeePass · Oct 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

For me, one of the important things in KeePass - encrypted file storage and templating add-on. For example, you could keep account data, related document scans, credit card info in one handy entry and it always will be encrypted. No need to bother with creating extra encrypted volume with VeraCrypt (or something else) to sync it with different devices.

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Comment by olegsobakin
about KeePass · Jun 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

The best password manager for me. It's also possible to use it online. LastPass is great too though I don't trust any extension in chrome to save my passwords. Pretty much google chrome itself has the features LastPass has. But KeePass is very safe.

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Comment by karlblass
about KeePass · Mar 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Really nice software. For me it could be a bit more stable though.

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Comment by jluc
about KeePass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Yeah, well, I wouldn't bother on a Mac with Keepass 2.14. It was a bear to install as it was clashing with CrossOver. Had to install Mono.

The end result? An ugly, barely usable application, where the keyboard is dysfunctional - CTRL + N, or Mac Command + N doesn't work and neither does a simple Tab move me from one field to another. Then I mistyped the password matching bit and it would till insist there was an error, even after I totally retyped both password fields with simple values to test. Not much use trying any further.

Currently using PasswordSafe, that's why I have CrossOver, but keyboard bindings are the Achilles heel of running Windows programs under OSX and KeePass is no better than PasswordSafe.

My requirements would be: Windows, OSX and Linux. PasswordSafe in Java would be nice, but it isn't maintained.

No offense to the programmer, this is great stuff... on Windows, not on Macs and likely not on Linux either.

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Comment by kramed
about KeePass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

The most essential application that I have on my computer (and every one of my devices including Blackberry). Fantastic software, great developer and it is Open Source.

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Comment by MikeOzornin
about KeePass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Very good tool for storing passwords. With keefox (addon for firefox) it become great.

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Comment by dunxd
about KeePass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Very nice, but they really need to sort out the mess between 1.x and 2.x - they forked it internally but used version numbers to indicate the fork. Both forks are still being developed as far as I can tell. Database incompatibility between the two is a pain. KeypassX for *Nix only opens 1.x databases.

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Comment by arahman56
about KeePass · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

A great tool for storing passwords.

This is Windows-only. for Linux, you can use KeepassX.

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