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Password manager that keeps vault on local drive

I have been using KeePass for years. It is completely free, with a large community of developers creating plugins for every imaginable use and translating KeePass into many languages. You can keep ...
Daniel's user avatar
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6 votes

Recommendation(s) for a password manager

KeePassXC is the one I recommend and meets your requirements for desktop. However it does recommend other good apps for mobile. Edit: This answer formerly recommended Keepass. KeepassXC is an open ...
Tanath's user avatar
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4 votes

Password manager for Android, Linux, and Windows

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 / ...
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3 votes

Free alternative to Roboform for filling forms and saving passwords?

for security reasons i would strongly advise against web-based services to store your secret passwords! instead i would highly recommend a local installed open source software and just sync your ...
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3 votes
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Is there a password manager that requires no client side installation?

You might be interested in KeeWeb. KeeWeb can be accessed through a browser using either the official KeeWeb web app or you can self-host your own KeeWeb web app. KeeWeb only ever decrypts data on ...
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3 votes
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Password manager for the Linux command line

Kruptos I was similarly dissatisfied with most password managers and wanted a minimalist/command-line alternative, so I created Kruptos. Kruptos simply encrypts and decrypts the ~/.kruptos/ directory....
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3 votes

Small utility to generate SSHA passwords?

I know this question is fairly old, but I reached it by looking for a tool with those specific requirements. I ended up at this web implementation: https://iguana.alerque.com/slappasswd.html It's ...
Alpha's user avatar
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3 votes

Which password manager generates xxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxxx?

KeePass will allow you to do this, with its Password Generation Options set to Generate using pattern
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2 votes

Offline passphrase generator for Linux

Ipsum I also wanted a random word generator for creating passwords and couldn't find anything, so I created Ipsum. It is a bash script (intended to be used from the terminal). Ipsum satisfies these ...
NonlinearFruit's user avatar
2 votes

HTML form + PHP administration of htpasswd users (add, delete, change password)?

This may be an option https://github.com/rafaelgou/php-apache2-basic-auth-manager. Don't have any experience with it, and not sure it has a super user... Is written entirely in PHP and Javascript, ...
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2 votes

Software or extension to make possible using credentials but not leaving password to third parties

Dashlane You can try Dashlane, a password manager app and secure digital wallet. It comes with an apps for most of the operating systems, mobiles and as a plugin for web-browsers, which makes it easy ...
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2 votes

Store logon data for different types of systems, and apply to GDPR

KeePass can store not only username/password tokens, but many other things. See https://keepass.info/features.html : You can attach files to password entries (useful to store PGP signature files in ...
Patrick Mevzek's user avatar
2 votes

Random, truly memorable password generator

Mandatory XKCD reference: Why not just use a dictionary program and choose 4 random words? Probably because while you could remember the passwords, you wouldn't remember which belongs to which ...
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2 votes
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Random, truly memorable password generator

I've settled for the latest version of den4b's RandPass in passphrase mode with a large word list because the generated passphrases are easily memorable and are extremely secure according to every ...
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2 votes

tool/library to store passwords for many accounts to be shared between team members

Vault open source secret management system. In your scenario it would basically work as online password manager. The value of this solution lies in this imho: you will teach users to use vault to ...
Vlastimil Ovčáčík's user avatar
2 votes

tool/library to store passwords for many accounts to be shared between team members

ccrypt is a simple GPLed command-line encryption tool. You could store the passwords in a text file, encrypt it with ccrypt, and then get the decrypted version remotely by calling ccdecrypt over SSH (...
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2 votes

free online password manager

I would recommend 2 possible solutions for you, and their both open source: I have prepared a small list of my own password management setup which uses KeePass like you have mentioned you chose, ...
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2 votes

free online password manager

thanks for your comments. I finally opted for KeePass following @Izzy's recommendation (offline password manager). LastPass (and any online solution) it's riskier and you have to trust them and ...
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2 votes

Free alternative to Roboform for filling forms and saving passwords?

I know you might be hesitant to sync your passwords and form fills with a cloud service, but if it helps you feel better if the service is open-source and constantly being updated, I would check out ...
Lanie Molinar's user avatar
2 votes

Password manager for the Linux command line

KeePass The KeePass is available under http://keepass.info/ . There is a command line client http://kpcli.sourceforge.net/ or a Java API so you can roll your own. I am using it for years now and it ...
redsofa's user avatar
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2 votes

Are there any password managers that rarely fail to fill in login credentials?

KeepassXC has autotype which acts as though you're typing your login. It should never fail. The only exception I've seen is when tab does not jump from the username field to the password field, which ...
Tanath's user avatar
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2 votes

Is there an offline password manager addon for Opera/Chrome/Firefox, with master password?

For now I will be using sudo apt install keepassx. It has a master password or key file! But the opera's addon keepasshelper(https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/keepasshelper/) cant connect ...
VeganEye's user avatar
2 votes

Real self-hosted password manager

What about Buttercup? As far as I know, it meets most of your requirements: Desktop version on Linux, MacOS and Windows Browser extensions to store passwords Stores master password in vault db file ...
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2 votes

What is the best open source credential manager?

Did you take a look at Bitwarden? It seems to match all your requirements listed here: it is open source it can isolate teams of course it can store "human passwords", also any sort of keys ...
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1 vote

Deterministic Password Generator

Try the pwgen util. Depending what options are used, pwgen can be both: Deterministic, by using a predefined hash, or the hash from a given file; here the file is a bash process substitution with ...
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1 vote

Is there any plug-in or method that saves passwords for excel and/or word?

Keepass 2 I recommend storing all of your passwords with Keepass 2, not just the passwords for these documents. Here's a way to get Keepass to open the file and enter the password for you: For each ...
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1 vote

What software tracks the sites I've registered or subscribed to, especially paid subscriptions?

Try combining a password manager, such as KeePass, with a program for managing reminders, such as Lightning, a calendar plugin for Thunderbird. When you sign up for an account, put your username, ...
Kodiologist's user avatar
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1 vote

Web-based CMS for passwords

One of the features, pretty unknown, of Keepass is the ability to work from a shared drive (the data file being put on just a shared folder). The program takes care of sync entries if several people "...
Juanga Covas's user avatar
1 vote

Web-based CMS for passwords

You may want to consider https://1password.com/ I believe they allow you to either use a cloud based tool or host the data yourself and also have an option for teams.
Scott's user avatar
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1 vote

Free alternative to Roboform for filling forms and saving passwords?

Enpass is free for all desktop OS though its mobile (Android/iOS) versions are freemium.
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