Password Managers



  • Has anyone heard of KeePassXC? It's a community fork of KeePassX.



  • @black3dynamite said in Password Managers:

    @jmoore said in Password Managers:

    I have used Dashlane for years personally and always liked it. We have a few people on LastPass at work but I don't like it as much but it still does the job. I didn't article yet though so hope they made the list.

    What do you like about Dashlane compare to the rest?

    Feels more polished and smooth. Been out several years so that may be reason. Autofills anything I want, like the ui for desktop and mobile, and like how easy it is to have it create strong passwords for everything.



  • I fixed the issues I was having with Bitwarden. I used it over the weekend. It's ok, but I do miss the one click autofill feature of dashlane.

    However, I think other than that Bitwarden might meet my needs for FREE!



  • @irj said in Password Managers:

    I fixed the issues I was having with Bitwarden. I used it over the weekend. It's ok, but I do miss the one click autofill feature of dashlane.

    However, I think other than that Bitwarden might meet my needs for FREE!

    One click autofill? For passwords? Bitwarden has a similar feature but it does require you to click on the extension and click on the link. Two clicks.



  • @coliver said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    I fixed the issues I was having with Bitwarden. I used it over the weekend. It's ok, but I do miss the one click autofill feature of dashlane.

    However, I think other than that Bitwarden might meet my needs for FREE!

    One click autofill? For passwords? Bitwarden has a similar feature but it does require you to click on the extension and click on the link. Two clicks.

    hmm... I see what you are talking about now. That may suffice :)



  • I also enjoy having my info sync'd on multiple devices. I have never seen an overlap. Dashlane has been good enough that I have never gone out looking for something else because it felt inadequate either. I havent used a few of the others you all are talking about though. Do they have something different than Dashlane I should be looking at?



  • @jmoore said in Password Managers:

    I also enjoy having my info sync'd on multiple devices. I have never seen an overlap. Dashlane has been good enough that I have never gone out looking for something else because it felt inadequate either. I havent used a few of the others you all are talking about though. Do they have something different than Dashlane I should be looking at?

    Aside from the price? Not really they are all basically the same. BitWarden has a mobile app that will autofill passwords in apps and browsers which is very nice... all for free. It's also open source which is an added benefit.



  • @coliver said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    I fixed the issues I was having with Bitwarden. I used it over the weekend. It's ok, but I do miss the one click autofill feature of dashlane.

    However, I think other than that Bitwarden might meet my needs for FREE!

    One click autofill? For passwords? Bitwarden has a similar feature but it does require you to click on the extension and click on the link. Two clicks.

    Or right click in the username/password field, highlight Bitwarden, click desired user/pass option.



  • @dashrender said in Password Managers:

    @coliver said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    I fixed the issues I was having with Bitwarden. I used it over the weekend. It's ok, but I do miss the one click autofill feature of dashlane.

    However, I think other than that Bitwarden might meet my needs for FREE!

    One click autofill? For passwords? Bitwarden has a similar feature but it does require you to click on the extension and click on the link. Two clicks.

    Or right click in the username/password field, highlight Bitwarden, click desired user/pass option.

    That's new to me. Good find.



  • @coliver said in Password Managers:

    @jmoore said in Password Managers:

    I also enjoy having my info sync'd on multiple devices. I have never seen an overlap. Dashlane has been good enough that I have never gone out looking for something else because it felt inadequate either. I havent used a few of the others you all are talking about though. Do they have something different than Dashlane I should be looking at?

    Aside from the price? Not really they are all basically the same. BitWarden has a mobile app that will autofill passwords in apps and browsers which is very nice... all for free. It's also open source which is an added benefit.

    Yeah Price is the reason is look.



  • @jmoore said in Password Managers:

    I also enjoy having my info sync'd on multiple devices. I have never seen an overlap. Dashlane has been good enough that I have never gone out looking for something else because it felt inadequate either. I havent used a few of the others you all are talking about though. Do they have something different than Dashlane I should be looking at?

    Dashlane is pretty good about this, but I have had to manually sync if I want to access a new password on a mobile device or desktop device instantly. They must auto sync every 5 mins or so, which is fast enough 95% of the time.



  • I just use the password manager in Chromium. That syncs across all my devices running Chromium.

    So simple.



  • What are you guys using for the auto lockout settings? On PC, I am locking on lock. On mobile I have 5 mins set. The only problem with 5 mins is that it seems to disable the autofill after lockout?



  • @tim_g said in Password Managers:

    I just use the password manager in Chromium. That syncs across all my devices running Chromium.

    So simple.

    I'm considering the same approach for my parents. They're in the Apple ecosystem, so I might as well just use Apple's password management stuff.


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    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
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    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
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    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business


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    @irj said in Password Managers:

    What are you guys using for the auto lockout settings? On PC, I am locking on lock. On mobile I have 5 mins set. The only problem with 5 mins is that it seems to disable the autofill after lockout?

    All of my LastPass instances are set to require login after browser closed for 5 minutes or 4 hours inactive on my desktop and laptop.

    My iOS devices have the password saved but are set to require TouchID.



  • @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.


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    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.

    I've used LastPass since I don't recall when and have had a Premium subscription since 2009.

    I trialed Dashlane, but there is nothing about it that made me want to switch. Also, the costs were significantly higher then. I believe is was the difference from $1/month to $4/month. Then their sales guy was emailing me 6+ times per day when I did not subscribe after the trial. Just fuck that shit.



  • @JaredBusch I believe at the time Dashlane was $40 and LastPass was $10 or $12


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    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @JaredBusch I believe at the time Dashlane was $40 and LastPass was $10 or $12

    Right, the current costs are now in close enough proximity that if one was better than the other I would use it for that reason and not care about the cost difference.

    But they are not better than each other IMO.



  • @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.

    I've used LastPass since I don't recall when and have had a Premium subscription since 2009.

    I trialed Dashlane, but there is nothing about it that made me want to switch. Also, the costs were significantly higher then. I believe is was the difference from $1/month to $4/month. Then their sales guy was emailing me 6+ times per day when I did not subscribe after the trial. Just fuck that shit.

    DL has significantly improved since I started using them. I was really liking their new Android app. It is hard for me to justify renewal again, when Bit Warden pretty much does the same thing for free.


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    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.

    I've used LastPass since I don't recall when and have had a Premium subscription since 2009.

    I trialed Dashlane, but there is nothing about it that made me want to switch. Also, the costs were significantly higher then. I believe is was the difference from $1/month to $4/month. Then their sales guy was emailing me 6+ times per day when I did not subscribe after the trial. Just fuck that shit.

    DL has significantly improved since I started using them. I was really liking their new Android app. It is hard for me to justify renewal again, when Bit Warden pretty much does the same thing for free.

    I will try out BitWarden, self hosted, but that problem I saw when reading about it is the 5 user limit. If I am going to switch to something like this, I will have to force the entire company to switch for at least the shared work stuff.



  • @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    What are you guys using for the auto lockout settings? On PC, I am locking on lock. On mobile I have 5 mins set. The only problem with 5 mins is that it seems to disable the autofill after lockout?

    All of my LastPass instances are set to require login after browser closed for 5 minutes or 4 hours inactive on my desktop and laptop.

    My iOS devices have the password saved but are set to require TouchID.

    Mine is similar.. and it appears that Bitwarden has similar features, though the phrasing was odd..



  • @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.

    I've used LastPass since I don't recall when and have had a Premium subscription since 2009.

    I trialed Dashlane, but there is nothing about it that made me want to switch. Also, the costs were significantly higher then. I believe is was the difference from $1/month to $4/month. Then their sales guy was emailing me 6+ times per day when I did not subscribe after the trial. Just fuck that shit.

    DL has significantly improved since I started using them. I was really liking their new Android app. It is hard for me to justify renewal again, when Bit Warden pretty much does the same thing for free.

    I will try out BitWarden, self hosted, but that problem I saw when reading about it is the 5 user limit. If I am going to switch to something like this, I will have to force the entire company to switch for at least the shared work stuff.

    Does LP allow you to share with an unlimited number of people? for free?


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    @dashrender said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    @irj said in Password Managers:

    @jaredbusch said in Password Managers:

    Dashlane is no longer insanely more expensive than LastPass, but I will simply never use them after the shitty annoying sales tactics. At least until they are a significantly better and cheaper option. Which at this point they are not.

    Dashlane: $0 / $3.33 / $4 (Business)
    0_1510604474449_9140d0a2-ce0d-4809-a931-2a5d1d5572f1-image.png

    LastPass: $0 / $2 / $4 (Family)
    0_1510604534661_3c6535c3-aeb4-4fd3-9684-c584793dff07-image.png

    LastPass has something they call "Teams" that would cost me $2.42 per user per month with 6 users.
    https://www.lastpass.com/business

    Dashlane and LastPass gave me 1 free year for asking a question on Spiceworks about password managers. That is how I ended up falling for Dashlane.

    I've used LastPass since I don't recall when and have had a Premium subscription since 2009.

    I trialed Dashlane, but there is nothing about it that made me want to switch. Also, the costs were significantly higher then. I believe is was the difference from $1/month to $4/month. Then their sales guy was emailing me 6+ times per day when I did not subscribe after the trial. Just fuck that shit.

    DL has significantly improved since I started using them. I was really liking their new Android app. It is hard for me to justify renewal again, when Bit Warden pretty much does the same thing for free.

    I will try out BitWarden, self hosted, but that problem I saw when reading about it is the 5 user limit. If I am going to switch to something like this, I will have to force the entire company to switch for at least the shared work stuff.

    Does LP allow you to share with an unlimited number of people? for free?

    LastPass allows you to share a single folder with 5 people. But You can share additional items with individuals.

    Bitwarden is simply 5, hence the problem.
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    Here is what I have in LastPass. One folder shared with 5 others, so six total people can see the info. #1 there is me.
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    0_1510607922186_19df5cb1-66ef-4fa6-827d-ad9d428259c0-image.png

    Then under Shared with others, I have a large number of individual sites shared with my wife and various friends for things that I set and manage.


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    @Dashrender so similar but different in the details.



  • @tim_g said in Password Managers:

    I just use the password manager in Chromium. That syncs across all my devices running Chromium.

    So simple.

    Does the password shows up on mobile devices running chrome?



  • @black3dynamite said in Password Managers:

    @tim_g said in Password Managers:

    I just use the password manager in Chromium. That syncs across all my devices running Chromium.

    So simple.

    Does the password shows up on mobile devices running chrome?

    Yes I use chrome on my cell phone. My passwords and bookmarks and everything sync to it. Same on Windows and Linux.



  • @tim_g said in Password Managers:

    @black3dynamite said in Password Managers:

    @tim_g said in Password Managers:

    I just use the password manager in Chromium. That syncs across all my devices running Chromium.

    So simple.

    Does the password shows up on mobile devices running chrome?

    Yes I use chrome on my cell phone. My passwords and bookmarks and everything sync to it. Same on Windows and Linux.

    I assume you are encrypting passwords with a passphrase?
    I wouldn’t know since I don’t use the manager that much.



  • @black3dynamite said in Password Managers:

    I assume you are encrypting passwords with a passphrase?

    Of course. The sync doesn't work until I log in AND type in my passphrase.


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