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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
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
The fields can be difficult to understand for newbies. For example, some login pages can add a field for the password name differently at the same time as the password's field will contain a password. When changing the password, they sometime end corresponding and can give headaches to some users. See More
If you use the client's desktop's app, multiple browsers extensions; they all work almost totally independently. Using more RAM as database is opened each time and asking for login more often. Some other passwords managers use desktop's client to open the database and extensions communicate with it in this case. If there's no desktop's, they'll work as standalone extensions. 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
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
The preferred choice of Qubes users as well. Long story short, it's no coincidence that every one of the Linux distros renowned for it's security and anonymity features comes standard with a massive neon, blinking arrow pointing right at this full-featured, OSS, cross-platform password manager. The Slant community even lauds it as the category's second-only to what is essentially a command-line tool with a title someone could have picked out of a random spoonful of alphabet soup. Approved for Ages 8-78! See More
The way Sticky Password manage passwords that are free of URL or applications isn't obvious. It necessary to write these in memos. Memos are managed in a way where it's too easy to modify them by mistakes. You could end up with a broken password... See More
Some features like capture of login into a web page are really simple and most of the time really efficient too. But, as soon as a login scheme become a bit complex, handling exception will causes killing headaches to common users. That's only one exemple, but there's many situations where that super cool passwords managers totally needs to be redesign. See More
License:Free and Premium
Supported platforms:Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X
Features:Password Manager, Autofill, Form Filling, Biometrics, Super Secured Data (AES-256 Encryption), Two-Factor Authentication, Works on All Major Platforms, Cloud Sync Across Devices, Cloud Backup, Local Wi-Fi Sync Across Devices
Wireless:YesSee All Specs