What is the best alternative to Password Zanager?
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Passacre needs only a configuration file to tell it how to hash passwords, what kind of output it should produce, and which sites need specific generation rules. There’s no database where passwords are stored, so it’s not possible to be locked out of everything if that file is lost. See More
The developers demonstrated high effort in the most important aspect: security. There are many aspects in the structure of RememBear that empower security. I can literally feel it while using it. Developers are not newcomers in the field of secure information exchange (TunnelBear) See More
Instead of image embeddings, there's a sort of poor man's substitute: image + description. If you add an image, you can create a description of any size and with all the formatting features. It can be used instead of image embedding but much more limited: only one image and only at the very top. See More
As it has both Git support and encrypts passwords to GPG-encrypted text files, it is really simple to access everywhere. You can either use a self-hosted or a personal cloud hosted Git repository. It is automatically being kept up-to-date. Clients for pretty much everything and a really active community. Even if you can't run a client you will still be able to access the password by decrypting them from the Git store. See More
When a site has multiple credentials (like I have for some brokers and banks), then the most recently used is automatically populated (if auto-fill is opted). This feature is unique (to my knowledge) and spectacular (especially for sites that log you off frequently and re-logging in is required). See More
Option to enter just part of password for quick access. If this is entered incorrectly then the whole password is needed. This allows one to set a very secure password but will only have to enter a few characters on most occasions. See More
The database will still be safe in the cloud and can easily be restored. An excellent balance between security and usability. Locally stored only apps are more susceptible to DOS Denial of Service attacks. See More