Q&A Password Manager Poll

Which Password manager do you use?(Poll)

  • Bitwarden

  • LastPass

  • Dashlane

  • Firefox Lockwise

  • 1Password

  • Roboform

  • Norton Password Manager

  • Kaspersky Password Manager

  • Bitdefender Wallet

  • Avast Passwords


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FireHammer

Level 10
Aug 27, 2020
451
Hi, I use (no surprise) LastPass-Password Manager, I used the paid version for a long time, but now I use the free version, cause it is more than enough for my needs.
I have been looking at Bitwarden for some time now, but my problem is how do I transfer all my passwords from Lastpass to Bitwarden? :unsure: :)
 

Abu Hussam

Level 1
Jun 27, 2020
11

Spawn

Administrator
Verified
Staff member
Jan 8, 2011
21,053
Hi, I use (no surprise) LastPass-Password Manager, I used the paid version for a long time, but now I use the free version, cause it is more than enough for my needs.
I have been looking at Bitwarden for some time now, but my problem is how do I transfer all my passwords from Lastpass to Bitwarden? :unsure: :)
IMO, LastPass Premium was worth it for $12** per year. Bitwarden Premium is $10 per year, as it includes their TOTP Authenticator, whereas LastPass Authenticator remains free.

Overall LastPass Free is still a very competitive Password Manager.

** As of 2019, LogMeIn's LastPass Premium now costs $36 per year. You do however get all the new features thrown in.
 
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Freud2004

Level 9
Jun 26, 2020
412
Sticky password manager

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OokamiCreed

Level 18
Verified
Trusted
May 8, 2015
882
Using NordPass Free. The major drawback is that on desktop, you need to have the desktop app installed and the browser extension. When you install it for the first time in a browser, you need to enter a 4 digit code to communicate between the desktop app and the browser extension. Also, it doesn't seem to have the ability to stay logged in after a restart of the computer, unlike LastPass and Bitwarden (the other two that I used). Not something that you'd want to do on a non-personal computer, obviously.

My favorite password manager would have to be Bitwarden (which I will probably switch back to in the near future). LastPass was my first password manager which I can also strongly recommend. For the poll I chose Bitwarden.
 
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