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Self-Hosted LastPass Alternatives

LastPass 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 LastPass 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 LastPass are LessPass, Passbolt, Psono and Passit.

LastPass alternatives are mainly Password Managers but may also be Authenticator Apps. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of LastPass.
This page was last updated Jun 17, 2022
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LastPass is a secure, browser-based password manager that supports Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Safari.

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  1. Bitwarden

    • 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
    • F-Droid
    • Cloudron
    • Opera
    • Mono
    • Brave
    • Firefox

    Most people would say that Bitwarden is the best alternative to LastPass. It's fully open source and free for most people. You can even share passwords between two people, a feature that is usually not in the free plan in these types of apps. Bitwarden does offer some premium features especially geared towards business, such as setting up teams of more than two users and sharing passwords.

    Obviously, Bitwarden supports all basic features that LastPass has, like auto-fill passwords in browsers and apps, end-to-end encryption, tools to check for weak or compromised passwords, etc.

    But the main benefit of Bitwarden is that it's open source and that you have the option to either self-host the server on-premise or using their cloud.

    Bitwarden vs LastPass opinions
    Almost everyone thinks Bitwarden is a great alternative to LastPass.
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    Risei

    Open source password manager that has sync capabilities, and browser extensions as well as mobile apps with autofill options.

    Top positive comment  6 months ago
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    mb78

    It's usable on multiple devices without the need to pay once or even every month.

    Top positive comment  over 1 year ago
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    zdnb00

    Open Souce. E2EE. Cross-platform. Cloud based. Easy UI.

    Positive comment about 2 months ago
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    Phrenzy

    Open source, self hosting, can use more than one 2FA, can generate 2FA auth codes for other logins.

    Positive comment 5 months ago
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    evanforcucci

    Open-source, great free option with cross-platform cloud sync and no limits, constantly improving feature set, great company,

    Positive comment 5 months ago
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    MichaelGawn

    Open source and cloud based!

    Positive comment 11 months ago
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    nosborm

    Open Source, generous free plan, able to self host.

    Positive comment over 1 year ago
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  2. LessPass

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Android
    • Self-Hosted
    • Google Chrome
    • Python
    • Docker
    • 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.

    LessPass vs LastPass opinions
    Most users think LessPass is a great alternative to LastPass.
    JohnFastman

    LessPass is an alternative to LastPass but is more similar to Master Password in its approach. It doesn't save or "remember" your passwords in any way. It's a browser plugin that you enter a domain, login and master password into. It then uses an algorithm to generate a long password you can use for a website of your choice. Every time you enter the same details, you get the same password. Read their website for an honest lowdown on the pros and cons of this approach. It might be right for you!

    Positive comment over 5 years ago
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    ChuckDee68

    One of the things that lastpass does is manage your passwords. This just generates passwords by making a hash of a provided phrase and the site. It's also not as secure as it purports to be.

    Negative comment about 4 years ago
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    LessPass is not a password manager.

    Negative comment about 2 years ago
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    Opensource well documented project. The code is easy to understand even to a novice.

    Positive comment over 5 years ago
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  3. Passbolt

    • FreemiumOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Self-Hosted
    • Google Chrome
    • Firefox

    Passbolt is an open source password manager for teams. It allows to securely share and store credentials.

  4. Psono

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Android
    • Chrome OS
    • Self-Hosted
    • Microsoft Edge
    • Google Chrome
    • Chromium
    • Firefox
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • Android Tablet

    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!

  5. Passit

    • 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.



  6. Padloc

    • FreemiumOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Online
    • Android
    • 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.

    Padloc vs LastPass opinions
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    JohnFastman

    You ought to prefer Padlock over Lastpass, not least because Lastpass is closed source (not as trustworthy) and because it's known that lastpass doesn't encrypt the domain names of your accounts (which means they know where you go online). A better feature set is available with Bitwarden (synced, open source) and KeepassXC (local, open source).

    Positive comment about 4 years ago
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  7. #sysPass

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Online
    • Self-Hosted
    • PHP

    sysPass is a web password manager written in PHP that allows the password management in a centralized way and in a multiuser environment.

  8. Passwork

    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Self-Hosted

    An on-premise password manager for your business. Passwork provides an advantage of effective teamwork with corporate passwords in a totally safe environment.

  9. Vaultier.org

    • 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.

  10. PassCamp

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Chrome OS
    • Self-Hosted
    • Software as a Service (SaaS)

    PassCamp is a game changing cloud based secret manager for teams and enterprises. It’s the first and only password & secret management tool that was built for teams from day one.

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