Wait. I only speak about non important data which can be saved in browser.@security123 you just overcomplicate things imho.
Why should I save a part of the data in the browser (which is less secure) or playing around with syncing databases when I can simply use password manager?
For banking I use dedicated app with biometric safeguards + token generator.
That's fine but still a online service and also in KeePass additional security can be configured too:
I'm not doubting this, but it seems crazy that two browsers with a shared background can't talk to each other well enough to import or export data between them. It makes it seem like it was done deliberately.Update
You are correct, you cannot import saved passwords into Chrome from new Edge.
Here is another BitWarden recommendation! I've used it consistently for the last 6 months, trying Keepass and 1Password alongside it when I decided to look for the 'one' that I would settle on. I liked both of them too, but BitWarden convinced me that extra bit more. I've tried LastPass, DashLane, Roboform, Sticky and others over the years, for now BitWarden meets my needs; functionality and reliability being primary requirements.I trying Lastpass for my passwords. But there are so many Bitwarden suggestions that I will try it too.
Ok cool, thanks for info. I didn''t know that. Their page layout and info is a bit confusing. Will the browser extension itself work for pretty much everything? As in, asking to save and replace/update passwords,form fill and generate passwords too or do I need to also run the desktop client?Thats for Business/Organization..
In family, personal & friends you can sync to all devices and store unlimited items in the vault as well
Me too lelTheir page layout and info is a bit confusing.
Yea its 100% no problem for me the auto-fill is disabled by default for security reason you can enable it. you can give it a try ..Will the browser extension itself work for pretty much everything?
they have them in extension, desktop, mobile app and others i guessAs in, asking to save and replace/update passwords,form fill and generate passwords too or do I need to also run the desktop client?
Yes it will.Ok cool, thanks for info. I didn''t know that. Their page layout and info is a bit confusing. Will the browser extension itself work for pretty much everything? As in, asking to save and replace/update passwords,form fill and generate passwords too or do I need to also run the desktop client?
I have Enpass and I don't like their recent shift to a "lite" version and their payment tiers. Writings on the wall for the desktop app probably like Lastpass did.You can give Enpass a try. It allows you to sync your encrypted vault to your cloud. It is fairly cheap.
Unfortunately this is very common issue with many passwords manager.Aaaah! Bitwarden is not very helpful with importing from Enpass or Norton. I got rid of some errors in the fields but everything now imports to another folder NOT in login and so no web page login is saved correctly and they don't work and are not recognized. Hour and a half now of frustration.
Yes I had alot of problems in the past. I just gave up with Norton and had to manually go to each site with each password manager running to add them. Ugh. I am hoping not to have to do that with Bitwarden. I haven't give up yet.Unfortunately this is very common issue with many passwords manager.
In order to import my passwords from Bitwarden to 1Password I had to run some Perl scripts first.
Did you see my post above? I don't like it because you HAVE to run the desktop app along with the browser extension and it feels clunky and always slow to pop up and load. I also don't like the fact that they are changing license and now the free desktop version is labeled "lite" and I bet they remove syncing feature for free soon.Guys some opinions about Enpass? Thanks!