Help Me Decide Which Password Manager is the best?

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Whick Password Manager is best?

  • LastPass

  • Dashlane

  • 1Passord

  • Other ( Please Comment)


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CMLew

Level 22
Oct 30, 2015
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Default-Deny
#63
Just installed Bitwarden, multi-device + cloud sync and all for free. Awesome.
Same. I also recently shifted to BitWarden after someone introduce this to me. So far it's pretty cool.
The interface was somehow similar to protonmail lol.
Anyway for something that is free and works close to Lastpass, that is priceless.
 

Lord Ami

Level 15
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AV-Tester
Sep 14, 2014
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F-Secure
#64
Same. I also recently shifted to BitWarden after someone introduce this to me. So far it's pretty cool.
The interface was somehow similar to protonmail lol.
Anyway for something that is free and works close to Lastpass, that is priceless.
It really is bargain. I've been searching for LastPass replacement. Finally found it :)! Bitwarden rocks, will make donation by buying the Premium. Just to support the development.

Android/mobile version is big plus for me. Never liked LastPass on Android.
 
Sep 1, 2017
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Norton
#65
I prefer Sticky Password Premium with no connection to the internet in order to be safer so that`s why i voted other. I have this software for many years as lifetime version and works good with all browsers.
@dinosaur07 couldn't agree more! I have been using this password manager for a long time myself as well.

Key features I like:

1) Import from other browsers
2) Two-factor authentication
3) Fill web forms
4) Multiple form-filling identities
5) Actionable password strength report
6) Browser menu of logins
7) Application passwords
8) Biometrics (Should one choose this)
9) Cloud sync across devices (Should one choose this)
10) Cloud backup (Should one choose this)
11) Local Wi-Fi Sync across devices (Should one choose this)

Plus, this password manager is one of the few to offer a lifetime license that I am aware of. I'm currently looking into Bitwarden though too.

Happy New Year Everyone!

~Brian
 
Jan 7, 2016
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Webroot
#66

Slyguy

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Jan 27, 2017
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#68
In terms of operating systems, how extensive is Bitwarden's compatibility? I could not find that on their site.
Bit Warden works on all operating systems that support any of the general browsers it supports - it's an extension. That's one of it it's benefits. For example our migration at home to ChromeOS has been smoother because of Bit Warden. Sticky Password has no Linux, Debian or ChromeOS functionality which is incredibly limiting for it.

My primary (and only) gripes about Bit Warden are;

1) Secure Notes = Useless the way it is implemented. You have to dig through menus and sub menus to find it. They should be on the primary pulldown and not tied to individual password entries.. Secured Notes are secured notes NOT 'notes I want to add to logins'.
2) Changing passwords is crap. Plain and simple.. Often Bit Warden doesn't recognize changes when you login to a page and allow you to overwrite the old password. So you end up digging through menus to manually edit it. There needs to be better detection of password changes.
3) There NEEDS to be an edit icon on the FIRST page of a login so you can make fast changes to a login without loading a new tab and menu digging.

This is how Bit Warden should look:

 
Apr 30, 2012
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#70
LastPass has served me well and is cross-platform without a subscription, but I don't solely rely on just ONE password manager.
I can't think of trusting my passwords to several cloud pm. The only thing I periodically do, I encrypt my LP pw db to KeePass file and keep it in several emails and flash disks, which I use only for this aim. For rather impossible worst case scenario when LP is completely down. But I think this measure is a way too excessive and paranoid.
 
May 20, 2017
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Windows 10
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Kaspersky
#72
This thread made me ditch LastPass and switch to keepass.
Was that a good decision?
 
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harlan4096

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AV-Tester
Apr 28, 2015
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#73
I use KeePass 2 + Kee add-on (FireFox 57.0.4) -> working fine here, just try and check :)
 
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May 20, 2017
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Kaspersky
#75
Are you liking Keepass? Is it easy for you to use? Does it do what you need it to do?

If you don't have any problem with Keepass, then stay with it.
Well there is definitely a more steep learning curve with KeePass. My early impressions is that it requires more user intervention than LastPass. I also gave bitwarden a try but only one developer worried me so I dropped it.
I would like to know your thoughts about bitwarden.
 
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Oct 23, 2014
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#76
Well there is definitely a more steep learning curve with KeePass. My early impressions is that it requires more user intervention than LastPass. I also gave bitwarden a try but only one developer worried me so I dropped it.
I would like to know your thoughts about bitwarden.
Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to test bitwarden on my laptop (due to the fact my house doesn't have electricity and Wi-Fi). So, I can't comment on it though I am curious about it.
 
Nov 10, 2017
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Avast
#77
Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to test bitwarden on my laptop (due to the fact my house doesn't have electricity and Wi-Fi). So, I can't comment on it though I am curious about it.
How about Mobile data (Hotspot) ? when you forgot the password so turn on mobile data then use that program..
 
Apr 30, 2012
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#80
I would do it this way. Download LastPass binary on PC in order to export passwords to a csv file. Then import these passwords into Bitwarden. And finally severely erase the csv file with a shredder.
 
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