I'm looking for a Password Manager with following features:

  • secure (I think encrypted passwords should be standard)
  • easy to use (common user, graphical interface, no shell)
  • synchronized
  • two step authentification
  • should run on windwos
  • (additional) clients for iOS or Android (how much sense makes this with the 2-step-auth?)
  • is used by multiple users, but one master account should be enough

In the past we used keepass and the db file was synced via dropbox. We got issues with the lockfile, which was autocreated every time anyone accessed the database. I thought of using a repository, but the common users aren't able to use version control.

So is there any webservice oder cloud password manager, which is trustworthy?

Thanks for your advise.

[edit: rephrased question]

  • We will need much more information to give good recommendations here – asking for "a tool like X" is never giving enough details, even if linked. You should always list your requirements explicitly. Please see How to ask for an alternative to some software and the questions linked to it for details. Don't forget to include what OS it should run on, or whether it should be a web-app.
    – Izzy
    Apr 24, 2015 at 14:55
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    Especially: why mentioning 'a group of people'? What access do you want to have each member have to what data?
    – user416
    Apr 24, 2015 at 14:58
  • I rephrased the question. is it better now? thanks for your advise
    – schlenger
    Apr 24, 2015 at 20:20
  • Agree with @JanDoggen. You won't have access to your team's passwords anyway.
    – Nadav S.
    Apr 29, 2015 at 16:04

1 Answer 1


Try LastPass

It provides an easy-to-use interface with a browser plugin or mobile app:

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(source: lastpass.com)

Has two factor authentication, syncs across devices, and allows the sharing of credentials across accounts (you can of course just create a single master account).

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