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.
Bitwarden vs KeePass opinions
It has all features from Keepass , Cloud Sync (FREE) and a beautiful UI
Easy, free & open source software, cloud sync in all devices and password generator (all in free version)
KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature is cross-platform and tested to give users the same feel on each operating system, including the loved auto-type feature.
KeePassXC vs KeePass opinions
It is available cross platform.
KeePassXC is pretty much the closest cloud-free solution I am going to get on macOS, until the original KeePass supports macOS out of the box, without me having to install Mono and other complicated stuff.
Unfortunately, KeePassXC lacks a very useful option to display custom columns in the main list (e.g. if you add a field like "email" or "displayname" to your password entries, you might want to be able to quickly see where have you used a given email.) This is a dealbreaker for me.
Native client, more cross platform than mono/.NET based KeePass
It's free, open source, and, most important, more secure.
Lite and after last update Autotype also work!
One of the best password managers. Open source (trustworthy), free and works well with PassiFox for browser integration. Also, gives the same experience across all platforms (Windows, Mac and Linux). It's compatible with KeePass, KeepassX, KeeWeb, etc. Very, very good. Highly recommended.
Keepass2Android is an open source password manager application for Android. It reads and writes .kdbx-files, the database format used by the popular KeePass 2.x Password Safe for Windows and other desktop operating systems.
Keepass2Android vs KeePass opinions
Best of all, you also have the auto fill-in for any app too! Isn't that great?
Best android alternative to KeePass. Been using this since a few years.
I would recommend using a KeyFile along with the Master Password for the best 2FA (2 Factor Authentication).
Database can be natively synchronized with cloud storage. You can have a database cert + password protected and have the database tranparently synchronized without needed cert.
Web and desktop password manager compatible with KeePass. Works online in any modern browser or as a desktop app for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
KeeWeb vs KeePass opinions
It has a pleasant GUI design and the Auto-type function along with "Mix real keystrokes with random" is most useful on their Desktop App. Most of all, this app is open source.
KeeWeb is KeePass-compatible & open source. It has most of the most important functions, although it is less well-established and lacks plugin support to extend its functionality and offer browser integration. On the other hand, it works natively on Mac, which KeePass does not.
web client makes accessing your database simple even on devices where you don't have KeePassXC browser integration available (like on chromebooks or a friends computer). Desktop clients available and they function exactly the same way as the web app.
One of the best password manager, even better than original KeePass
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 terms of the GNU General Public License.Discontinued
Last release 2.0.3 was in september 2016 https://github.com/keepassx/keepassx/releases https://www.keepassx.org/newsLast commit October 2017.It is because the project has gone innactive that KeePassXC was born.
KeePassX vs KeePass opinions
OpenSources local with encrypted database not a remote solution.
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).
A light material design KeePass client to manage keys and passwords in secure database.
A free, open-source, KeePass-compatible password manager for macOS.
MacPass vs KeePass opinions
The best KeePass alternative that I've been able to find for macOS. Runs natively which can't be said for some other macOS compatible options for KeePass.
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.
Buttercup uses a delta-system to manage archive changes and save conflicts. The archive, upon saving, is encrypted with AES 256bit to ensure the security of your credentials. Buttercup uses industry standard methods and configuration for encryption to ensure that there are no...
Buttercup vs KeePass opinions
Built-in integration with Nextcloud and owncloud
It has a lot of functionality and a beautiful and modern interface.
Spectre (prev. Master Password) is a password manager which uses it's own, original algotithm: Instead of saving and sending passwords across the internet, Spectre calculates the password you need, only when you need it, then throws it away again.
Spectre vs KeePass opinions
Genius invention. Doesn't store your passwords anywhere; it generates them everytime you put in the same Master password and username/website domain. Therefore, your password database can't be hacked - it doesn't exist. However, it's harder to change passwords for accounts because you have to use the iteration feature. Test it to see if it suits your needs. Thumbs up for open source also.