When comparing Cockatoo vs LessPass, the Slant community recommends LessPass for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform password manager?” LessPass is ranked 14th while Cockatoo is ranked 56th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Simple password modifiers
Just two optional prefixes to adapt password to each site's complexity requirements
Pro Graphical input method as an option
Gestures allow to remember more with a way less effort
Pro Cross-platform solution
Available as an autonomous web-app + as an add-on for Chrome, Opera and Firefox (desktop and mobile)
Pro Free, open-source
Fully transparent code, which everybody can inspect thoroughly
Pro Industry-accepted hash function
It's based on the famous KDF "scrypt"
Pro No clouds, no vaults
All passwords can be cryptographically derived from a single secret gesture (or a master-password)
Pro Open source
Pro Really platform-free
Pro Doesn't store passwords
If it's not stored, it can't be stolen.
Deterministic password managers have many drawbacks.
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.
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.