KeePass is a free open-source password manager for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. Using Keepass you can store and manage your passwords in a secure way. It stores all passwords in a database and you can protect this database with one master key password or a key file. It uses AES, Rijndael, and the Twofish algorithm to encrypt its password databases. You can export the password list to TXT, HTML, XML, and CSV formats. It comes with Random Password Generator to create strong random passwords for you. It is available in more than 45 different languages.
Install KeePass password manager on Ubuntu
To install the latest KeePass on Ubuntu, you need to open the terminal command-line app using the ctrl+alt+t keys and run below commands one by one . It will install the latest version of KeePass on your Ubuntu Linux system.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install keepass2
After the installation, you can open the Keepass app using below command or via the application menu.