- Nov 10, 2017
In my opinion you don't have to jump after a new Password Manager come out, just wait for a few months before read the review about Proton Pass then chose it yourself or stick with BW.
I love Proton stuff, but, after using Proton Pass for a month in Beta, its VERY raw.Is there a comparison somewhere with eg Bitwarden...? Is proton pass better?
I'm quite happy with Apple Keychain.Another option, got this in email today...
Watch this, skip at 12:40
Ah okay everyone can make a mistake and get wrong sometimes it happens i would say 95% of them are right and 5% of them are wrong like this.I don't trust this guy! I had an online argument with him about the availability of DDG as a desktop browser and rather than admit he was wrong he ended-up ghosting me.
Wouldn't believe a word he was saying.
Anyway, tried Bitwarden. Way too invasive for my liking and 1Password, well...
Nup, happy with Apple stuff thanks until Proton lift their game.
Agree as I only saw this as soon I started the trial. Btw, 2 days left now and if I understood correct I will only be able to use one so called Vault so I tested and moved over all the most common used into one, and made that the default and hope it sticks after these 7 days.
I had a look around the app and don’t think it’s worth migrating away from Bitwarden/1Password.Agree as I only saw this as soon I started the trial. Btw, 2 days left now and if I understood correct I will only be able to use one so called Vault so I tested and moved over all the most common used into one, and made that the default and hope it sticks after these 7 days.
The rest of the features for Pass Plus I can live happy without.
tldr: separate passwords for proton mail and proton pass
I have just installed proton pass, and i have logged in with my protonmail email and password. There could be issues with that.
Ok, it makes sense to remember one password, and that is the password manager master password. I have been using Bit warden. So that is the only password I remember. And I do not remember the protonmail password at all, or any other password.
Now lets say I lose both my phone and laptop (unlikely but still). For bitwarden I remember the one master password so it is no problem, in the case of proton pass I am #####ed, unless I remember the password. So, do I have to make my protonmail password something memorable?.
Is there any way I can set a different password for the proton pass account?
Orher than Bitwarden / 1password / whatever, you‘re having with Pass the Proton Ecosystem. Meaning, features like Alias creating wouldn‘t work. And the way your account is encrypted wouldn‘t work, that‘s the reason why (I assume it‘s not possible to do).
Afaik they‘re working on an option to let you log in without 2FA while still having 2FA, but for now…
- use a different account for Pass (alias creation sucks; if you‘re unlimited sucks)
- set your AccPassword to a remomerable MasterPassword and deactivate 2FA (or save your 2FA for Proton outside e.g. on authy) (that‘s how I do it)
- live with the risk
No, the password managers purpose is to generate secure passwords, not the other way around.I don't get it, can't he just remember his Proton password the same as he remembers his Bitwarden one?
Proton’s password manager, Proton Pass, is rolling out a new feature that lets you share sign-ins using end-to-end encryption (E2EE). Instead of sharing a password over Gmail or a text, Proton will now let you safely give friends, family members, or co-workers access to things like streaming services, bank accounts, work logins, and more.
Proton launched Proton Pass earlier this year, allowing customers to store a vault of usernames, passwords, notes, bank cards, and email aliases using E2EE, which keeps sensitive information away from third parties, including Proton itself. But now, Proton is expanding its password manager to include secure sharing, giving you the ability to safely share this information with others.
You can share your passwords with others by selecting a vault or creating a new one within Proton Pass. Then select Share and enter the email address of the person you want to share your information with. From there, they’ll receive an invitation to access the vault. Proton will prompt them to create a Proton Pass account if they don’t have one already.
Proton notes that you can also change or revoke access to other users, giving you control over whether they can only view the items in your vault, edit them, or serve as an admin. That means you should easily be able to kick your ex out of your vault.
Secure sharing is free to all Proton Pass users. If you’re on a free plan, you can share your vaults with up to two other people. Meanwhile, those on Proton’s paid plan ($4.99 / month) can create up to 20 vaults and share each of them with up to nine people. To compare, Bitwarden’s free plan only lets you share your vaults with one other person, and the free version of NordPass doesn’t let you share passwords at all. 1Password also has a password-sharing feature, but it doesn’t offer a free plan.