When comparing Clipperz vs Myki: Offline Password Manager & Authenticator, the Slant community recommends Clipperz for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform password manager?” Clipperz is ranked 13th while Myki: Offline Password Manager & Authenticator is ranked 14th.
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Pro Disposable one-time pass phrase for use on a public computer
Pro Open source
Clipperz has been around for many years as an open source project.
Pro Completely anonymous
Clipperz does not ask for any personal information, no email required, nothing.
Pro Encryption is client-side
Everything is encrypted in the browser and stored encrypted on the server.
Pro Can be run on own server
Clipperz can be run on a private server.
Pro Download local copy for backup in a pinch
Pro No passwords are stored in the cloud
Myki stores passwords only locally and syncs them encrypted( AES256-CBC) between devices via P2P technology.
Pro Has browser extentions for all main browsers
Pro Supports 2 factor auth codes
Pro No master password
Pro Others can be given access to a login for a limited time
Pro Supports import from other managers
1Password, LastPass, Chrome, Dashlane, KeePass, Figaro, McAfee Safekey.
Pro Supports Fingerprint Scanner
Pro Supports ID's
Pro intuitive design - easy to understand from the get go
Con Backups are up to the user
There is no service with this application, it is up to the end user to backup all data.
Con Has to be running on a server to work
Unlike other password managers such as KeePass, Clipperz can not just be simply run by executing once downloaded. It has to be setup to run on a server and then can be accessed from the necessary devices.
Con No way to recover if device is lost
Con Isn't able to handle logins other than username/password type
Myki sometimes cannot save/identify special logins. It does support custom fields though, which is useful because you can add all the information needed to remember/input the login details.