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  • Oct 6

    I just got Bitwarden. Is it safe? It seems like as long as you make a unique/hard master password it should be good.

    Password management is challenging in this day and age what with the constant attempts to hack your accounts. I understand financial accounts but idk why the f*** someone wants to get into my twitter with 100 followers

  • JayS 🦄
    Oct 6
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    2 replies

    1Password

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    I just got Bitwarden. Is it safe? It seems like as long as you make a unique/hard master password it should be good.

    Password management is challenging in this day and age what with the constant attempts to hack your accounts. I understand financial accounts but idk why the f*** someone wants to get into my twitter with 100 followers

    keepassXC

    you don't want to store your passwords on someone elses machine /server (see most other password managers)
    Cause thats another point of failure in the case that the company you chose gets hacked.

    with keepassXC the database of your stored passwords stays on your machine. so you'd actually need to get hacked for anyting bad to happen. It's also nifty that it's open source.

    Bitwarden is also fine, I know a bunch of people that still use that.
    Just keep an eye out for things happening to them like this:
    zdnet.com/article/lastpass-hacked

  • & regarding your question about your twitter being hacked,
    Hacking people is much eaiser than hacking software.

    So in theory, someone would take that account, pretend to be you and message your friends trying to get into their accounts as well, with hopes they use the same password everywhere.

    This is precisely how the recent uber & rockstar hacks happened. He was pretending to be in IT at both companies and got a higher ups login

  • Oct 7
    JayS

    1Password

    +1 for 1Password

    I've tried most password managers out there and nothing comes close to the ease of use of 1Password. BitWarden is nice because it's free of course, but it doesn't feel as seamless as 1Pass on macOS and iOS.

    I use 1Pass to store my 2-FA codes now too and have a Yubikey that is required to sign into my 1Pass account so nobody can remotely log in without it.

  • Oct 7
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    2 replies

    iCloud Password Manager, built in to iOS

  • Oct 7

    Notepad irl or notepad on my phone

  • Guess n check

  • Stored in a note on my iPhone and locked

    I just gotta remember the “master password” to get into that note and I’m good

    But FaceID comes in clutch 95% of the time

  • ks99

    iCloud Password Manager, built in to iOS

    This

  • Kr0niic ☘️
    Oct 8

    I use Bitwarden OP and have 0 problem

  • lil ufo 🛸
    Oct 8
    ·
    1 reply

    itt people without brains

  • JayS

    1Password

  • Fantasy ♥️
    Oct 8

    In my brain?

  • Oct 8
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    1 reply
    ks99

    iCloud Password Manager, built in to iOS

    How do you access this?

  • Oct 8
    BIG STEPPER CLI

    How do you access this?

    Settings, Passwords

  • In my ass.

  • Oct 10

    BitWarden is probably the safest solutions with cloud sync, use 2FA

    everything is open sourced

    you can run a BitWarden install locally in docker also or like DankMustard said KeypassXC is good

    just be aware any solution that works on your computer only has no other backups so you should be downloading it to a couple USB drives or something in case your computer dies

  • lil ufo

    itt people without brains

    you see it