OpenSource, feature rich, runs entirely locally if you want it to (=no Cloud). database format is cross-platform (other operating systems) compatible
Works great on Linux Mint 20.2!
it was hard for me to find an alternative to kaspersky pass manager and this one does the job fine. thanks
El gestor de contraseñas en si es muy bueno tiene muchas funcionalidades, es facil de utilizar. Lo malo que he encontrado es que en linux no he podido sincronizar los navegadores con el gestor por lo que no tengo autocompletado
Thomas_Riedel : +1. Please update to avoid annoying bug : database is read-only through GVFS (SMB share). And nothing warns some change hasn't been saved. ( https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc/issues/803 )
Very good Tool. Please update to Version 2.6.4.
It's awesome. It's multiplatform, it's quick and easy to learn and use, and will be great for most users.
keepassXC is linux native (not mono) and integrate well withe it's browser plugin to auto-fill your creds on websites. You can ackup your database in a cloud storage like nextcloud or so as it support multiple clients using the same database. Defenitely a tool to use specialy if you manage many passwords.
I think KepassXC is the best password manager for Linux. Keepass2 uses mono and looks ugly. KeepassX seems abandoned. PS! They are all compatible with kdbx database
Using it everyday, works like a charm and can even generate TOTP tokens
Better than keepassx but markedly inferior to keepass2. The password generator doesn't let you save password profiles and doesn't let you specify your own symbols like you can with keepass2, and the default symbol set includes lots of unsafe characters that many web sites won't allow. Also keepassxc doesn't let you pick attribute names from the list of already used attributes like keepass2 does. All in all keepass2 is easier to use.
Great app for keeping all my passwords secure and sync with all devices that i use. App also higly recommended by niebezpiecznik.pl.
It's Keepass! Supports my V2 database just fine.