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).
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.
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. LastPass has suffered a major breach, it is now effectively dead.
Password manager apps that integrate with Nextcloud?
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