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SlmanSlman Member

Hello!

What do you use as "teams" to manage your passwords? (WHMCS, CPanel, other servers)

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  • I used to work at a place that used a spreadsheet.

    So don't do that lmao.

  • elliotcelliotc Member

    Witten on the toilet door with black marker.

    Coffee, please.

  • istek999istek999 Member

    i use bitwarden

  • somiksomik Member

    Share via WhatsApp or other messaging app.

    Don't do that either. Get a proper password manager.

    Don't be so serious. It's just a forum. No one cares what you think anyway.

  • spunspun Member
    edited June 19

    Sticky Password works great for me as an all-around password manager. For teams they have a deal on StackSocial $30 for 3 year license for up to 5 users or you can get lifetime 1 user licenses at $20 and then just keep buying the deal for the amount of users that you need.

  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Provider

    I use LastPass. I think its $24/year and can be used with all of your devices for that price.

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  • Self hosted bitwarden_rs with sqlite. πŸ‘

  • RedSoxRedSox Member

    KeePassXC is prem

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  • ChocowebChocoweb Member

    @Iroshan464 said:
    Self hosted bitwarden_rs with sqlite. πŸ‘

    Same. Best solution IMO because the apps are definitely best class among open source solutions

  • @spun said:
    Sticky Password works great for me as an all-around password manager.

    Works great for me to. Handy to be able to add a few notes that get encrypted. I let it store my data online. I bought a 5 user lifetime via stacksocial.

  • poissonpoisson Member

    KeepassXC is free. It generates a local encrypted DB file, so just sync with any of your cloud syncing services and you can open it from anywhere. There are browser plugins to interface with KeepassXC for autofill, and there are also Android apps that can do the same. I prefer this solution because I can keep many copies of the database in different devices and I am not afraid of losing them all.

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  • sonicsonic Member

    @poisson said:
    KeepassXC is free. It generates a local encrypted DB file, so just sync with any of your cloud syncing services and you can open it from anywhere. There are browser plugins to interface with KeepassXC for autofill, and there are also Android apps that can do the same. I prefer this solution because I can keep many copies of the database in different devices and I am not afraid of losing them all.

    Is KeepassXC safe? I just installed it today and it looks promise!

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  • poissonpoisson Member

    @sonic said:

    @poisson said:
    KeepassXC is free. It generates a local encrypted DB file, so just sync with any of your cloud syncing services and you can open it from anywhere. There are browser plugins to interface with KeepassXC for autofill, and there are also Android apps that can do the same. I prefer this solution because I can keep many copies of the database in different devices and I am not afraid of losing them all.

    Is KeepassXC safe? I just installed it today and it looks promise!

    Open source. Just enable browser integration and keep the kdbx file synced to your Google Drive or similar and you won't lose your passwords.

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  • sonicsonic Member

    @poisson said:

    @sonic said:

    @poisson said:
    KeepassXC is free. It generates a local encrypted DB file, so just sync with any of your cloud syncing services and you can open it from anywhere. There are browser plugins to interface with KeepassXC for autofill, and there are also Android apps that can do the same. I prefer this solution because I can keep many copies of the database in different devices and I am not afraid of losing them all.

    Is KeepassXC safe? I just installed it today and it looks promise!

    Open source. Just enable browser integration and keep the kdbx file synced to your Google Drive or similar and you won't lose your passwords.

    So sad, Safari browser isnt supported.

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  • sonicsonic Member

    @Iroshan464 said:
    Self hosted bitwarden_rs with sqlite. πŸ‘

    Is it here https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs

    or here https://github.com/mprasil/bitwarden_rs?

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  • Iroshan464Iroshan464 Member
    edited June 20

    I use Dani Garcia version.
    Not sure about the difference. But I was able to compile from source following Danis guide. Without docker.
    @sonic

  • SlmanSlman Member

    I have installed Bitwarden, Dani Garcia version, it works perfectly.

  • Prime404Prime404 Member

    Bitwarden, the premium edition is really solid and worth the 10 USD a year it costs.

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  • OujiOuji Member

    mprasil is not being updated for a while. I used to use it, but Dani's has a better community adoption and support.

  • @LittleCreek said:
    I use LastPass. I think its $24/year and can be used with all of your devices for that price.

    Free supports multi-device as well.

    ^-^!

  • sonicsonic Member

    @Iroshan464 said:
    I use Dani Garcia version.
    Not sure about the difference. But I was able to compile from source following Danis guide. Without docker.
    @sonic

    Could you please link me to tutorial to install/configure it without docker?
    BTW, this is the 1st I've heard about this (bitwarden_rs), why do you need install it on server? Why not just install Bitwarden client on your PC? For sync thing?

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  • DylanDylan Member

    For multiple users you should really be using something that's made for teams with separate individual logins. Sharing one database over Google Drive or one login to a single-user password manager is asking for trouble.

    LastPass Teams and 1Password Teams are both great and cost $4/mo per user. BitWarden Teams is less polished, but cheaper ($5/mo for 5 users and $2/mo for anyone extra) and you can self-host if that's your thing.

  • @sonic
    Original bit warden uses Microsoft SQL and needs 2gb server to run.
    Bitwarden rs is written with rust and can run even on 256mb ram. Uses less than 20mb RAM is the service. 🀠
    Installing it on own server let you use premium features and have your own sql backups. And fun. πŸ˜‹
    Here is are the links I followed to compile it.
    https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/wiki/Building-binary

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitwarden/comments/dg78bi/building_selfhosted_bitwarden_via_bitwarden_rs/

    Did it for fun. πŸ‘ Just let you know I compiled in a 1gb nexusbytes vps. So was very quick.

  • @LittleCreek said:
    I use LastPass. I think its $24/year and can be used with all of your devices for that price.

    There is a free version which is as good as as the paid version. Premium paid version has some additional features.

  • sonicsonic Member

    @Iroshan464 said:
    @sonic
    Original bit warden uses Microsoft SQL and needs 2gb server to run.
    Bitwarden rs is written with rust and can run even on 256mb ram. Uses less than 20mb RAM is the service. 🀠
    Installing it on own server let you use premium features and have your own sql backups. And fun. πŸ˜‹
    Here is are the links I followed to compile it.
    https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/wiki/Building-binary

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitwarden/comments/dg78bi/building_selfhosted_bitwarden_via_bitwarden_rs/

    Did it for fun. πŸ‘ Just let you know I compiled in a 1gb nexusbytes vps. So was very quick.

    I see that install via Cloudron seems much easier for me, just one click!
    But I dont see any benefit than using KeePassXC.

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  • @sonic
    I have not used keepass.
    I used lastpass for more than 10 years. Free version is very very good. Only recently I got to know about bitwarden and tried it. For me, bitwarden performs better in mobile than LastPass, hence the reason for switching, as I use mobile most of the time, rather than pc.
    I am from Sri Lanka and my bitwarden instance is on Digitalocean droplet in India. So minimal delay.

    May be I'll try out keepass to and see. πŸ™‚

  • sonicsonic Member

    @Iroshan464 said:
    @sonic
    I have not used keepass.
    I used lastpass for more than 10 years. Free version is very very good. Only recently I got to know about bitwarden and tried it. For me, bitwarden performs better in mobile than LastPass, hence the reason for switching, as I use mobile most of the time, rather than pc.
    I am from Sri Lanka and my bitwarden instance is on Digitalocean droplet in India. So minimal delay.

    May be I'll try out keepass to and see. πŸ™‚

    I've just tried KeePassXS as @poisson mentioned above and it looks promise. You dont have to maintain a VPS for running it. Just keep db files on your local or sync to cloud like dropbox, google drive to use anywhere.

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  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Provider

    I haven't tried any of the others but what I really liked about lastpass is that even they do not know your passwords or your master password. So the passwords are very secure. I haven't had any problems with it on Android devices.

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  • TejyTejy Member

    Bitwarden.

  • @LittleCreek said:
    I haven't tried any of the others but what I really liked about lastpass is that even they do not know your passwords or your master password. So the passwords are very secure. I haven't had any problems with it on Android devices.

    Are you sure they can't access your lastpass wallet?

  • poissonpoisson Member

    @sonic said:

    @poisson said:

    @sonic said:

    @poisson said:
    KeepassXC is free. It generates a local encrypted DB file, so just sync with any of your cloud syncing services and you can open it from anywhere. There are browser plugins to interface with KeepassXC for autofill, and there are also Android apps that can do the same. I prefer this solution because I can keep many copies of the database in different devices and I am not afraid of losing them all.

    Is KeepassXC safe? I just installed it today and it looks promise!

    Open source. Just enable browser integration and keep the kdbx file synced to your Google Drive or similar and you won't lose your passwords.

    So sad, Safari browser isnt supported.

    I am not a fan of Apple. :smile:

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  • poissonpoisson Member

    @sonic said:

    @Iroshan464 said:
    @sonic
    I have not used keepass.
    I used lastpass for more than 10 years. Free version is very very good. Only recently I got to know about bitwarden and tried it. For me, bitwarden performs better in mobile than LastPass, hence the reason for switching, as I use mobile most of the time, rather than pc.
    I am from Sri Lanka and my bitwarden instance is on Digitalocean droplet in India. So minimal delay.

    May be I'll try out keepass to and see. πŸ™‚

    I've just tried KeePassXS as @poisson mentioned above and it looks promise. You dont have to maintain a VPS for running it. Just keep db files on your local or sync to cloud like dropbox, google drive to use anywhere.

    Exactly. You can just use KeepassXC with any of your existing cloud syncing solutions. If you really want to go the old-school way and store a copy of the DB file in your Gmail by emailing yourself with the DB file as an attachment, it works too. No need to maintain a VPS or give away more personal information to another provider for providing this service.

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  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Provider

    @TheKiller said:

    @LittleCreek said:
    I haven't tried any of the others but what I really liked about lastpass is that even they do not know your passwords or your master password. So the passwords are very secure. I haven't had any problems with it on Android devices.

    Are you sure they can't access your lastpass wallet?

    They say that if we lose our master password that there is nothing they can do to help us. Maybe that has changed recently with LogMein buying them. But that is why I signed up with them.

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  • BardulfBardulf Member

    @spun said:
    Sticky Password works great for me as an all-around password manager. For teams they have a deal on StackSocial $30 for 3 year license for up to 5 users or you can get lifetime 1 user licenses at $20 and then just keep buying the deal for the amount of users that you need.

    they took this money and never update their apps, it stuck on windows xp gui, they promise linux support for about 5 years ago, but still no sign of it.

  • magicvpnmagicvpn Member

    @Bardulf said:

    @spun said:
    Sticky Password works great for me as an all-around password manager. For teams they have a deal on StackSocial $30 for 3 year license for up to 5 users or you can get lifetime 1 user licenses at $20 and then just keep buying the deal for the amount of users that you need.

    they took this money and never update their apps, it stuck on windows xp gui, they promise linux support for about 5 years ago, but still no sign of it.

    I asked them not that long ago:

    IΒ΄m sorry, unfortunately at this time Sticky Password doesnΒ΄t support Linux and support for this operating system is not in our nearest plans.

  • @LittleCreek said:

    @TheKiller said:

    @LittleCreek said:
    I haven't tried any of the others but what I really liked about lastpass is that even they do not know your passwords or your master password. So the passwords are very secure. I haven't had any problems with it on Android devices.

    Are you sure they can't access your lastpass wallet?

    They say that if we lose our master password that there is nothing they can do to help us. Maybe that has changed recently with LogMein buying them. But that is why I signed up with them.

    Wait, you want to give your money to LogMeIn willingly?

  • LittleCreekLittleCreek Member, Provider

    @TimboJones said:
    Wait, you want to give your money to LogMeIn willingly?

    I gave it to LastPass. What they do with their money is their business.

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  • doughnetdoughnet Member

    LastPass for me. Works great. Easily share and update details.

  • spunspun Member

    @Bardulf said:

    @spun said:
    Sticky Password works great for me as an all-around password manager. For teams they have a deal on StackSocial $30 for 3 year license for up to 5 users or you can get lifetime 1 user licenses at $20 and then just keep buying the deal for the amount of users that you need.

    they took this money and never update their apps, it stuck on windows xp gui, they promise linux support for about 5 years ago, but still no sign of it.

    It might not be the prettiest password manager but it works for me on Windows and Android, which are the devices I need it to work on. They both get updated.

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