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keepass database is a separate file, uninstalling keepass should not delete its database. I keep encrypted copies of keepass database in a few different locations as backup.Thank you very much for the answers. I have most of my passwords in bitwarden. but I have memorized the most important ones, which would be about 7 or 8... I don't keep those... so it would be good to have Keepass locally too? And if I uninstall the program, the passwords are deleted?
For the longest time I used to use Roboform but now I don't know. Haven't used one in a while. Back then Roboform was not in a cloud and lifetime lic was for the whole version number. Now they went into annual sub model and I hate that. Besides I hate storing data in the cloud no matter how good you say your encryption is. If I don't encrypt it myself then I don't trust it. And he'll even if I do I don't trust it enough to have a key to all of my passwords be one collision away.Hi everyone. I would like to know which password manager do you recommend apart from Bitwarden? or which one do you use more and be safe.. thanks..
Since 2017, I first used it on mac computers and for the last 3 or 4 years I have been using it on windows pc.ease of use, simple interface, update support, with just a simple password, I can easily access more than a thousand passwords I want everywhere instantly.for example, while it is difficult to access the user information of a site whose page you have not visited on roboform, this is a second event on 1password. so especially for personalized things like the usage habits I have written, it is necessary to test it for 1 month first and then use it.I have tried many applications such as roboform, dashlane, bitwarden respectively starting with last pass.I am very happy that I am using 1password right now.How long have you been using 1Password? What’s the best pros and worst cons to 1Password?