An open source, end-to-end encrypted password manager, focused on simplicity.
- Freemium • Open Source
- Password Manager
- Android Tablet
- Software as a Service (SaaS)
- Google Chrome
What is Padloc?
Padloc not only helps you remember all your passwords, it also securely stores credit cards, notes, documents and more!
Passwords are not the only sensitive information we are dealing with in our digital lives. From credit card details to sensitive documents, secret notes, license keys and more - Padloc gives you full flexibility in what kind of data you want to store.
Padloc is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, and all other major platforms and browsers. We securely store your data in the cloud so you have access to it from anywhere, any time!
Don't worry, your data is end-to-end encrypted so it's impossible for us or anyone else to read it!
You can also self-host it, if you don't want to have to trust us.
- 3.5 avg rating
- 2,196 Stars
- 210 Forks
- 70 Open Issues
Comments and Reviews
Said about Padloc as an alternative
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).
- Password Manager
Padlock is a password manager, presently in beta, that stores your logins and passwords. It also generates passwords for you. It's early yet, so a fully blown review would be unfair. Early impressions:
To be improved:
If you're looking for a fully blown open-source password manager and you use Windows or Linux, go for KeePass. It can be integrated with Firefox browser for superb convenience, is well known and tested, has keyfile support and much else besides. If you're on Mac, try MacPass (also in beta, but compatible with KeePass) or KeeWeb (also KeePass compatible). Finally, there is KeePassX, which works on every platform.
Padlock is one to watch and test, though. And open source password managers are good things to be developing.
Currently a trialware and NO OPTION TO DELETE ACCOUNT.