Rated 4.8 out of 5
4.8 Stars out of 5
- by Walisson Oliveira, 17 days agoRated 5 out of 5Simply the best! And for a bit dollar you can get much more. I've used others app for password management. But for sure bitwarden meet my needs in the best way. All the web plugins work very weel.
- by Irwin Electronics, 21 days agoRated 5 out of 5LastPass is very good, but US Based Proprietary Encryption, which can no longer be trusted. Bitwarden is just as good in terms of ease and functionality. Open Source means no back doors in the code. Foreign based servers are out of reach from the government. This puts Bitwarden at the top of the list as the best, easiest, and most secure password manager! It also works with Yubikey for two factor authentication. Did I mention secure? Yes, your data is stored on external servers, but that's required for ease of use and functionality across multiple devices. However, your data is always encrypted, so even if something were hacked, they would have nothing but garbage. Add Multi-factor authentication with Yubikey and even your master password is not sufficient to unlock/decrypt your data. A hacker must also have your key to generate the 32 random character, time based one time temporary (TOTP) secondary password. Did I mention secure? 256 bit AES encryption is what the Federal Government uses for their Top Secret data. It cannot be cracked. Use a strong passphrase for your master password and your data is safe as long as no one knows your passphrase. For the truly paranoid, add a Yubikey to it to take the security to an insane level.