When comparing LessPass vs RememBear, the Slant community recommends LessPass for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform password manager?” LessPass is ranked 14th while RememBear is ranked 26th.
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Pro Open source
Pro Really platform-free
Pro Doesn't store passwords
If it's not stored, it can't be stolen.
Pro Easy access
A single password needed to access all your passwords
Pro Smart backup kit
Backup kit solution is good. It is in form of a single page which you can optionally print and physically secure. Without it, no one will ever be able to regain you access in case the master password gets lost.
Pro Unique distictive theme
Everything is themed about bears making it look as a simple app with some very complicated stuff under the hood
Pro Secured End to End
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)
Pro Access everywhere
Multi devices sync with when Premium
Pro Support for different kinds of secure
Logins, payment cards, or text notes
Pro Friendly Design
Con Cannot store existing secrets
Existing secrets (aka passwords) cannot be stored with deterministic password managers. In order to use LessPass effectively, you will need to change your password on every site.
Deterministic password managers have many drawbacks.
Con Easily cracked with exposed/compromised master password
Since anyone can use LessPass with the same parameters as you, all they need is your master password (which could be obtained through keylogging or numerous other methods) to gain access to every one of your site passwords.
Con Browser integration is a bit clumsy
Not implemented in the smartest way so far