com.bitwarden.desktop

A secure and free password manager for all of your devices
 
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Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store all of your logins and passwords while conveniently keeping them synced between all of your devices.

Password theft is a serious problem. The websites and apps that you use are under attack every day. Security breaches occur and your passwords are stolen. When you reuse the same passwords across apps and websites hackers can easily access your email, bank, and other important accounts.

Security experts recommend that you use a different, randomly generated password for every account that you create. But how do you manage all those passwords? Bitwarden makes it easy for you to create, store, and access your passwords.

Bitwarden stores all of your logins in an encrypted vault that syncs across all of your devices. Since it's fully encrypted before it ever leaves your device, only you have access to your data. Not even the team at Bitwarden can read your data, even if we wanted to. Your data is sealed with AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256.

Bitwarden is 100% open source software. The source code for Bitwarden is hosted on GitHub and everyone is free to review, audit, and contribute to the Bitwarden codebase.

This wrapper is not verified by, affiliated with, or supported by 8bit Solutions LLC.

Latest reviews
5
PaulG 1 week ago

Intuitive and easy to use API. Its free, can store hundreds of passwords. Keeps an encrypted backup of your passwords online. Just restored all my passwords after a disk failure. Can import passwords from other Password Managers. I imported all my passwords from KPM on Windows into Bitwarden on Linux without a hitch. Give this 5*

5
GorillaASeaLover 1 month ago

great desktop version and great browser extension

5
Vertical 2 months ago

Nice to have a password manager seperate from Firefox. It also motivated me to update + merge accounts and security. I'll definitely would love to get a subscription in future! The browser password generator function is also great to update & max out the password characters.

5
oldtimer 3 months ago

I've been a keen user of Bitwarden since the early beta days. Moved from using the Appimage version to the Flatpak version when it became available. For awareness a bug in this Flakpak appeared recently [Oct/Nov 2023] when opening the app which results in username & password windows being invisible. Experienced this on 2 of my three LM21.2 machines running BW 2023.10.0 There has been several bug reports raised by the community on Github about this problem which appears to be related to GPU caching. However, the flatpak version is not managed by Bitwarden. There is a currently a workaround by typing the following command in the terminal which works for me. rm -rf ~/.var/app/com.bitwarden.desktop/config/Bitwarden/Partitions/bitwarden/GPUCache

5
jsmac 5 months ago

Just recently switched over from LastPass to Bitwarden. Everything has gone well so far. My only complaint about it is the "Secure Note" section. When editing a note, it only shows a tiny portion of it. That makes it hard to edit if you have a long note (which some of mine are very long).

5
busdriver12 6 months ago

The feature I like the most is the random password generator. Handy nowadays as a lot of sites require 14+ character passwords and the generator makes it a breeze. Also have it on my mobile. Well worth the US$10

5
baumhaus 1 year ago

Sehr gut umgesetzter Passwortmanager! Keine Probleme bisher gefunden.

5
User010101 1 year ago

Used LastPass for years, this is far better and for free.

5
Ratologist 1 year ago

I have been using Bitwarden for over 3 years as of writing this review, and my choice to start to using it has been one of the best decisions I've ever made. All of my passwords are secured, organized into folders, available on all of my devices, and I'm able to store lots of confidential, non-website information too. It does everything that I need it to, and it hasn't costed me a dime!

5
tzell 1 year ago

The best password manager. Can't live without it. Major daily driver. Discovered it after running away from lastpass.

5
Ricky 1 year ago

After using Lastpass for years, I came across BitWarden. It's Awesome! I never looked back!!

4
Woerk 2 years ago

Thanks to the community of developpers at github building this wrapper. Bitwarden itself is an excellent open source password manager. Nonetheless I have to give a fair warning for any newbies outthere using this package that it is not from the official Bitwarden developers. Since this wrapper is build by a community of sometimes anonymous developers it could theoretically pose a secuirty risk. I'd recommend anyone interested in bitwarden to get the software from the official site and not from here.

5
mintendian 2 years ago

Great ... but wish it was updated more often in the repository

5
Lizard93 2 years ago

I love it!! It creates strong passwords and manages them for free.

5
BjHarris 2 years ago

If you need a password manager this is it. If you want to do the premium account it's less than half the price of LastPass. I can't believe I was paying for LP while this existed. I have not used OnePassword but this is everything I need.

5
BradHazel 2 years ago

I came to Bitwarden after paying and using Lastpass for over a year. What a waist of my money! I wish I would have knowen about Bitwarden then. It's simple to set up and easy to use. I like the way it intergrates and fuctions with all my devices and browsers. It has been trouble free for the last six months. Thank you develoupers for a job well done!

5
rikerlinux 2 years ago

Excelente gerenciador de senhas, facil de configurar e usar

5
franckgaga 3 years ago

Clearly the best password manager: open-source, multi-platform, software integration, simple, beautiful, etc.

5
bullfroggie 3 years ago

Such an awesome password manager, I can't recommend it enough.

5
DWnz 3 years ago

With Bitwarden on a fresh install,I have the framework for a successful Linux Mint experience..