Totally FOSS, Keeweb modernizes the yet great Keepass and expands it with many useful and handy features. From the true-FOSS perspective, the best pass-manager to start 2020 with.
Keeweb is the logical (multi-platform) evolution and modernization of Keepass (and all of its variants), probably the most famous and used FOSS pass-amanger of all-times. Including a nice modern look and many extra features, like unlimited file attachments, photo previews, cloud sync, and many others, Keeweb is nowadays the best totally-free pass-manager, and the only real contender to the also open but freemium, Bitwarden.
[Edited by alniro, October 19]
To transfer passwords into an app or browser you use copy/paste. This method makes for transferring your credentials insecure, un-encrypted, plain, and vulnerable. This is especially true if you have applications or the OS is monitoring clipboard activity or logging clipboard history.
You can use auto-type feature for this.
Reply written almost 4 years ago
The UI design is very pleasant and easy to understand. It has a web and a desktop client.
I used web version before installing the desktop app. The desktop app offers Auto-type functionality with "Mix real keystrokes with random" feature. The password generator is also amazing with a lot of control over characters, patterns etc.
I would recommend using a KeyFile along with the Master Password for the best 2FA (2 Factor Authentication).
Work very well done 👍
I tested it and was not impressed. It looks good but, for some reason, I had the feeling it has less possibilities than Keepass 2 and did not look exactly as a tool built for speed and usability. Searching an entry in KeeWeb is not as natural as in Keepass 2.
Great design, good integration with browsers.
Our users have written 8 comments and reviews about KeeWeb, and it has gotten 102 likes