Battle BEST Offline Password Manager: KeePass Vs Sticky Password Free?

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shukla44

Level 12
Jan 14, 2016
568
Which free offline password manager would you prefer (without cloud)?

I already use sticky password premium. Sticky password has improved its windows extensions with new graphical identifier for input fields. This has made it very easy to use and autofill works for all sites now.

But i want to know if KeePass is better, being a open-source & free. Does it's autofill works with every site?

Please share & help me decide.
 

computer man

Level 2
Sep 26, 2019
53
Switched to more complicated passwords with random patterns, the paper is right there so why not.
I've always found the best way to have secure passwords that are still relatively easy to remember is to base them off of familiar things. For instance:

First and last letter of your cousin Megan's name, number sign, year you graduated high school when you did your best to get an A+, the brand of your computer, on and on to get something like.

Mn#82A+ibM...
 

Thales

Level 12
Nov 26, 2017
571
I've always found the best way to have secure passwords that are still relatively easy to remember is to base them off of familiar things. For instance:

First and last letter of your cousin Megan's name, number sign, year you graduated high school when you did your best to get an A+, the brand of your computer, on and on to get something like.

Mn#82A+ibM...

Yeah but why would you melt your brain down with full of useless information instead of let the password manager do it's job...
Also length is the key. Complexity is not really. You can't remember a 50 character length complex password.
for example:
Thisismypasswordidontcareifyouthinkthisisweakbecauseitisnot123 is kinda secure and easy to remember. 62 characters lol
Plus if you type this in a foreign language, you are rock!
 

computer man

Level 2
Sep 26, 2019
53
Or even better. Using Veracrypt or some similar software, create an encrypted file with a very strong password and encryption. Create a spreadsheet of all your passwords and put them in the encrypted file. Now you have your own password manager that is extremely secure, doesn't rely on any apps or software you have to download which could easily have it's own bugs or even malware in it, and it's totally free.😃
 

Paul.R

Level 17
Verified
May 16, 2013
827
I have used Bitwarden BUT you can try this one:

1. install keepassxc
2. install keepass dx - android(i dont know if they have a ios version)
3. you have your passwords under your control
 
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