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re: Store Passwords With KeePass VIEW POST

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I want to add, you do can sync your passwords if you want. Keepass supports (among others) Dropbox, FTP and WebDAV. I just have an HTTPS encryped WebDAV folder that uses HTTP basic auth (very easy with nginx) and all my passwords are synced between my PC, laptop and phone.
The password file is on my server and I do not have to trust external cloud providers.

 

I am doing something similar.
As I got Syncthing enabled on my computer and personal NAS, my database is stored on my computers and NAS only. No third party provider.
And KeepassXC is working on Linux, MacOS and Windows10. Which is very important for me. :-)

Maybe another article is about mobile kdbx compatible app.
We add a discussion about it at work. To know which solution is the most secure.
I come by the fact that KeepassTouch on iOS is the most secure as it is open source and you do not need to go through a public cloud to synchronize your database.

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