Bitwarden is a Open Source Password Manager for Linux, Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android and Web. Using Bitwarden you can easily and safely generate, store, and secure unique passwords from any location or device. It is compliant with Privacy Shield, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA, SOC2 and SOC3 security standards and comes with AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256. It comes in free and paid plans.
The Free plan offers Unlimited Vault Items, sync passwords across all your devices, password generator and a self-host option, Two-step login and Cloud host. You can create free account from Here.
Install Bitwarden on Ubuntu
Bitwarden available as a snap, portable AppImage and native deb package file. You can easily install Bitwarden on your system using the terminal application.
Install Bitwarden via Snap:
Open the terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) and run below Bitwarden password manager snap installation command.
sudo snap install bitwarden
After the installation you can open Bitwarden from the application menu or via this command.
It also comes with a command-line support. You can install the Bitwarden command-line cli app via the below command.
sudo snap install bw
Install Bitwarden via AppImage:
Download the Bitwarden in portable AppImage file format from the above link and save it in your Downloads folder. In terminal run below commands one by one.
sudo chmod +x ~ Bitwarden-1.24.6-x86_64.AppImage
Here “Bitwarden-1.24.6-x86_64.AppImage” is the downloaded file name. You can change the above command based on your downloads file name. After that run this command to open Bitwarden.
Install Install Bitwarden via DEB:
Download the Bitwarden in native .deb file format from the above link and save it in your Downloads folder. In terminal run below commands.
sudo dpkg -i Bitwarden-1.24.6-amd64.deb
Here “Bitwarden-1.24.6-amd64.deb” downloaded file name.
sudo apt install -f