What password manager do you use? Or, why none?
@firstname.lastname@example.org 1Password for the win. Will probably migrate the iCloud Keychain in the future.
@email@example.com i use pass along with the android and browser-pass clients. it is very good and keeping in sync is pretty simple.
I’ve head good things from 1Password among friends. Perhaps not having a free tier makes it harder to be known here.
I’m using BitWarden free for everything except TOTP. I’m not syncing pwds with a team anymore, so I don’t need Team featured by now. Having it easyly available from all my devices is a plus.
That said, I’m always interested of alternatives improving my current “pass flow”, thanks everyone for sharing.
Those using console or Git-synced alternatives. How do you check your passwords on mobile devices?
I tried using KeePass for Android, but I found the sync part a bit inconvenient, related to mainstream alternatives which work automatically.
gopass I assume you can share the repo with a team, but can you use multiple repos? so you could share only a few secrets with selected people?… Thx!
@firstname.lastname@example.org I switched to Vector Pass (dog fooding) as my main Password Manager, nothing else before except for my brain.
@email@example.com this looks amazing, I’ll play with it soon
@firstname.lastname@example.org I use both KeePassXC and
pass/pass-tomb. I find KeePassXC far superior. One major gripe I have with
pass is that it is way, way, way too easy to end up with your passwords displayed on the screen in cleartext. That’s the default behavior of the
pass CLI–you need to use the
-c switch if you only want the password copied to the clipboard. I’ve been playing with the browser extension for
pass and have flashed half a dozen passwords up on the monitor for the world to see, totally unexpectedly and accidentally. Even now that I know the way it can happen, I still end up doing it, because it’s just too easy. I don’t like that, and will be deleting the extension. I’ve never had that problem with KeePassXC.
I find it to be surprisingly bad behavior, personally. It’s soured me on
pass, even though I generally like it as a command-line tool.
@abucci It does, but keepassxc-cli makes you type in your passphrase for literally every operation, with no way to cache it like gpg-agent does.
@email@example.com ugh that’s annoying. I’ve never used it so I was wondering.
One major gripe I have with
passis that it is way, way, way too easy to end up with your passwords displayed on the screen in cleartext.
Huh, that never happened to me. 🤔 Not accidentally, I mean. I do use a frontend, though: https://uninformativ.de/git/padme (Just a slight tweak of the default
@firstname.lastname@example.org This is pretty cool. It looks like it needs
xdotool installed in addition to
dmenu (I’m using X11).
dmenu itself conflicts horribly with my KDE/plasma setup for some reason so I think I’d have to tinker to get this to a usable state.