When comparing Cryptomator vs KeePassXC, the Slant community recommends Cryptomator for most people. In the question“What are the best tools/apps/extensions to help keep my data private?” Cryptomator is ranked 5th while KeePassXC is ranked 10th.
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Pro Free and open source
Pro Transparent encryption
Pro Works with any cloud platform
Works with any cloud-based services, including Dropbox and Google Drive.
Pro Fast encryption and decryption
Pro Virtual hard drive file access
Drag and drop.
No accounts. No backdoors.
Pro AES individual file encryption
Pro Passphrase bruteforce protection (scrypt)
Available for Windows, Mac and Linux on desktop and iOS, Android for mobile.
Pro It is free and open source
Free. No hidden tracking. 100% Open Source.
Pro Active development
Pro Cross platform autotype
Autotype available for all apps.
Pro Strong end-to-end Encryption
Zero-knowledge. Military-grade AES-256 & Argon 2 unbreakable encryption algorithms.
Pro New secure browser integration plugins
Official Browser plugins for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Brave, Opera, Vivaldi and all other Chromium or Gecko based browsers.
Pro Passphrase generator
Pro Easy to use
It has a really clean looking design, unlike Keepass. Makes it really friendly to get into.
Pro Good UI
User-friendly and straightforward. Easy to use.
Pro Better than KeePassX
KeepassX discontinued in 2017.
Pro Support for time-based one-time passwords (TOTP)
Pro Stores passwords locally instead of in the cloud
Don't trust anyone.
Pro Support for adding/removing SSH keys in system key agent
Pro Import and export to different file formats
Pro Available web browser extension (keepassxc-browser)
Pro Outrageous better than some paid password managers
It has plenty tweaks which lets you feel under control of your data.
Pro Portable, Tails and Whonix come loaded with it too
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!
Pro File attachments and custom attributes
Pro YubiKey challenge-response support
Pro Database reports (password health, HIBP, and statistics)
Pro KeeShare shared databases (import, export, and synchronize)
Con Android version is paid
Con Bugs with deleting of files
Sometimes files cannot be deleted and there is no working solution/fix available yet
Con Current WebDAV is a buggy on Windows
The used WebDAV implemention shows wrong available capacity and has a limitation in the file size. The developers are aware of these problems and working on a better solution.
Con Compatible with Android versions 4.3 and up only
Con Slower speeds
Encypting speeds are slower then regular uploads, larger files particularly video files often cannot complete transfer without errors.
Con No camera upload functionality
Cannot automatically back up photos on mobile devices replacing the need for Google drive or iOS fully. User then has to go and either manually select photos for upload or use cloud service and then encrypt defeating the purpose on mobile clients.
Con Dark theme on macOS needs some work
The tabs for multiple databases and about menus are unreadable in dark mode on macOS.
Con Qt dependency hell
Con Browser plugin doesn't always connect to KeepassXC on the first attempt
Restarting the Browser or restarting KeePassXC fixes the integration.
Enabling "Automatically reconnect to KeePassXC" option in KeepassXC Browser Extension fixes this problem permanently.