Secrets Password Manager Application

  • Post last modified:January 24, 2022
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Secrets is a free and open source password manager software for Linux. Using Secrets you can create or import KeePass password databases. It supports AES 256-bit, Twofish 256-bit and ChaCha20 256-bit encryption algorithms and Argon2 KDBX4, AES-KDF KDBX 3.1 derivation algorithms. You can add attachments, assign a color and icon, add attributes and url, set expiration date in your password entries. It also comes with powerful strong password generator, two-factor authentication, inactivity lock and a option to set password or keyfile or both to your safe.

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How to install 1Password for Linux on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:May 18, 2021
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1Password is a password manager for Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Linux, and Chrome OS. It comes with build-in powerful search, switch vaults and accounts, Markdown support, Secure file attachment, enlarge passwords, sort your list items and organize with tags or mark them as favorites, check password breaches with Watchtower and Lock support. 1Password for Linux comes with X11 clipboard integration, GNOME Keyring and KDE Wallet support, Kernel keyring integration, DBUS API support and Command line API.

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Swifty Free Offline Password Manager

  • Post last modified:March 12, 2021
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Swifty is a free and open source password manager for Linux, MacOS and Windows. Using Swifty you can store Login, password, Credit card Information, Secure sensitive notes to your local system. If you want to sync the locally stored data, then you can sync it with Google Drive. It also comes with password generation and time-based one time passwords support. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 and build on web technologies.

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How to install Bitwarden on Ubuntu Linux

  • Post last modified:June 19, 2021
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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.

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Password Safe Password Manager for Linux

  • Post last modified:January 6, 2021
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Password Safe is a free and open source password manager for Linux. Using this you can securely store your passwords and you can also create and import a new keepass safe. It integrates perfectly with the GNOME desktop but you can use on any linux desktop. You can organize your passwords in groups. It comes with automatic database lock during inactivity and session lock, attach files and assign colors to your password entries, search, move and delete entries and more

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AuthPass Password Manager – How to install AuthPass on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:July 21, 2020
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AuthPass is a free and open source Keepass compatible password manager for Linux, Windows, Android, iOS and MacOS. It is released under GPL-3.0 License and based on Flutter. Using this you can store your passwords and share across all your devices. It supports Keepass kdbx 3.x and kdbx 4.x file formats. You can load/decrypt kdbx using password and/or key file. It generates random secure passwords and organize passwords using groups. You can open multiple password files at the same time. It stores all your passwords in your system and in the open Keepass format. But you can sync your passwords using native Google Drive, Dropbox Integation, own NextCloud or OwnCloud (WebDAV) integration.

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Buttercup Password manager – Cross platform open source Password manager

Buttercup is a free cross platform open source password manager for Windows, Linux, macOS and iOS and Android mobile platforms. And it is also available as a browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. Using Buttercup, you can store your important password credentials easily and securely. It uses very strong 2AES 256bit CBC mode with a SHA256 HMAC encryption to protect your passwords under a single master password. And it will sync across all your devices. You just need to remember your master password only.

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How to install KeePass on Ubuntu – Best password manager for Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:June 29, 2017
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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 for more than 45 different languages.

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