Some guides on the why's and what's of password managers
Open source password management solution, can be self-hosted (how-to)
Integrates with Ansible.
A cloud-hosted password manager. No longer recommended, as it has regressed into an Electron application mandating remote storage of your password vault.
Free, open source, light-weight, and easy-to-use password manager.
These slides discuss the why? how? what? where? of KeePass (presented by F. Morsbach at the first CryptoParty in Uppsala, 2019)
KeePass is written in C# and therefore requires Microsoft's .NET platform.
Open source, cross-platform.
KeePassXC is developed in C++ and runs natively on all platforms.
- Easy to achieve cloud sync by simply storing your KeePassXC database inside your shared cloud folder (using Nextcloud, for example).
AuthPass supports the KeePass database (KDBX format).
One of the most widely-used password managers, but that does not mean it's the best. Parent company is LogMeIn. Completely cloud-based, and not open source, obviously. On that basis alone, I do not recommend it.
Simple GPG/Git password manager. Adheres to the Unix philosophy, which makes it easy to integrate with anything, e.g., Ansible.
This is my password manager of choice :-)
"An intuitive password manager with over with over 8 million users worldwide."
Not open source, as far as I know.
Free, open source, self-hosted, extensible, OpenPGP based.
Stateless, open source password manager.
Open source and self-hosted password manager for teams.
Another open source password manager with desktop, mobile, and browser clients.
Password manager apps that integrate with Nextcloud?
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