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I am looking for password manager with following features:

  • has Linux, Windows and Android versions (different programs capable of using the same database are also OK)
  • does not require additional manual saving after new password was added (it eliminates KeePass 2)
  • it is possible to add it to autostart, without asking for password immediately after start (it eliminates KeePass 2)
  • passwords are not leaving computer (no kind of any "cloud synchronization", also for encrypted passwords)
  • password database is encrypted until user gives master password
  • ability to export all data from program
  • open source
  • actively maintained software
  • ability to generate random password

Strongly preferable:

  • there was an independent security audit
  • recommended by security experts
  • gratis
  • autotype available
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    How would it go from linux, windows to android if there's no cloud sync? – Raystafarian May 11 '16 at 17:53
  • @Raystafarian As I use primarily Linux (and it may be assumed that all passwords are added there) it would be quite easy to schedule local replication of database file (in case of Linux -> Windows it would be trivial as Windows resides on a different partition of the same computer). – Mateusz Konieczny May 11 '16 at 18:00
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    Related: Password manager for Linux and Android (has at least one solution that matches here). As for "no cloud sync", @Raystafarian: Ever heard that you can sync using your own resources? I'm doing that regularly in my home WiFi, using my PC as "local cloud" :) Check FolderSync for that :) – Izzy May 11 '16 at 20:42
  • @Izzy KeePassX also fails "does not require additional manual saving after new password was added". – Mateusz Konieczny May 12 '16 at 6:06
  • roboform.com – mle Mar 31 '17 at 11:01
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Enpass is the closes thing I have found to your requirements. It fails your requirements on open-source only.

  • Has Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Android, iOS versions, and Blackberry versions
  • Autosaves / syncs
  • Optional autostart, without asking for password immediately
  • Passwords are stored locally, with optional sync to personal cloud storage accounts (i.e. Google Drive, Dropbox, Box)
  • Database is encrypted with master password
  • Passwords can be mass exported
  • NOT Open source, but has community forum for suggestions, etc.
  • Actively maintained
  • Password generation (with recipe)
  • Supports browser autofill

And a bonus, which is very important to me, it is user-friendly, and has a gorgeous interface. It can store anything from standard passwords and accounts, to hunting licenses and lens prescriptions.

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