Advice Request Password Manager Poll

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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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entropism

Level 4
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Jul 30, 2019
178
What's wrong with LastPass in your idea?
Lastpass is basically dead with their new policy of restricting you to Desktop OR Mobile, but not both (unless you pay). There's better free options out there (Bitwarden, Microsoft) and there are MUCH better paid options (1Password, Keeper, etc). It has no place in the market anymore. People stuck with their shitty, buggy software because they offered a lot for free.
 

JasonUK

Level 5
Apr 14, 2020
231
Lastpass is basically dead with their new policy of restricting you to Desktop OR Mobile, but not both (unless you pay). There's better free options out there (Bitwarden, Microsoft) and there are MUCH better paid options (1Password, Keeper, etc). It has no place in the market anymore. People stuck with their shitty, buggy software because they offered a lot for free.
I don't / wouldn't use a password manager on a mobile device that could be mislaid so Lastpass' free usage restriction on device type doesn't really worry me. Lastpass is easy to use and does the job I want it do.. I've not experienced any 'bugs' so can't say I share your view that Lastpass is 'shitty, buggy software' :). In contrast I found Bitwarden very hit and miss when it came to prompting to save new login information and entering login details for sites I had saved which sort of makes it pretty useless as a password manager in my view.
 
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entropism

Level 4
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Jul 30, 2019
178
I don't / wouldn't use a password manager on a mobile device that could be mislaid
Biometric login to the phone, biometric login to the app itself. Not sure why this is an issue. Do you work in a field where people are actively trying to steal your device to access company info? Hell, you could also say the same thing about a laptop.

As for Lastpass being buggy, this isn't a bold new statement. I'm glad you've had good experiences, but it's like saying "I haven't been hit by a car, so people getting hit by a car isn't a real thing". I was a lastpass user for many years (and a paying user for most of those years), and when they finally forced me off with their new "one type of device" policy, it was like a breath of fresh air with almost every other password manager I tested out.
 
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JasonUK

Level 5
Apr 14, 2020
231
Biometric login to the phone, biometric login to the app itself. Not sure why this is an issue. Do you work in a field where people are actively trying to steal your device to access company info? Hell, you could also say the same thing about a laptop.
Fair point although increasingly muggers / criminals are forcing victims to unlock their phones..
 
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Freud2004

Level 10
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Jun 26, 2020
440
I'm am testing Keeper, I probably will buy a licence on Black Friday. It's not a cheap solution but it is excellent :

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printing

Level 1
Nov 14, 2020
41
I don't / wouldn't use a password manager on a mobile device that could be mislaid so Lastpass' free usage restriction on device type doesn't really worry me. Lastpass is easy to use and does the job I want it do.. I've not experienced any 'bugs' so can't say I share your view that Lastpass is 'shitty, buggy software' :). In contrast I found Bitwarden very hit and miss when it came to prompting to save new login information and entering login details for sites I had saved which sort of makes it pretty useless as a password manager in my view.
i have used both and agreed with you that Lastpass was more usable.
It was a pity that Lastpass costs alot more now. Bitwarden charges subscription $10 /yr.
 
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amirr

Level 27
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Jan 26, 2020
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I don't / wouldn't use a password manager on a mobile device that could be mislaid so Lastpass' free usage restriction on device type doesn't really worry me. Lastpass is easy to use and does the job I want it do.. I've not experienced any 'bugs' so can't say I share your view that Lastpass is 'shitty, buggy software' :). In contrast I found Bitwarden very hit and miss when it came to prompting to save new login information and entering login details for sites I had saved which sort of makes it pretty useless as a password manager in my view.
I totally agree. After trying hard 1Password and Bitwarden, I finally moved to lastpass.
 

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