Password managers are one of those tools that people don't tend to swap around because it can be a real pain. I have hundreds of credentials and going through the process of setting up new passwords is something I don't have time for, and only consider when my password manager has an outage. Like today.
We set up our password manager years ago and now I'm wondering if it's time to switch to something else. What are your suggestions?
Below are two open source password managers I'm looking into:
Cross-platform, free and open-source password manager based on NodeJS.
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Buttercup is a password manager - an assistant for helping you store all of your login credentials. Buttercup helps you keep your accounts safe and assists you when you want to log in - all you need to do is remember just one password: your master password.
This is the Desktop application in the Buttercup suite, and there's also a mobile app and browser extension so that you can access your credentials anywhere. You store your credentials (login information) in a secure…
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