What is the best password manager?

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  1. Radoslav Stankov
    Radoslav StankovTech @ Product Hunt · Edited
    I have two apps I can't live without Todoist and 1Password. I have been using 1Password for years now and I haven't had any problems so far. It has great browser extensions and support for one time passwords.
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    Might be a little pricey but its integration is by far the best I've known (after testing Dashlane, LastPass...). Plus it handles 2FA codes!
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    Nina Macallan
    Nina MacallanMarketing Coordinator · Written
    Makes everything just so much easier.
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    LastPass

    Newly launched Mac OS X integration for password management

    Charan Thota
    Charan ThotaChief Marketing Officer, Commut · Written
    Great Product, Integration across Desktop and mobile. With Android O, will become much more easy to use.
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    Emily Kellert
    Emily Kellerttech lover & travel freak & tractive PM · Written
    Saves so much time and effort to remember different passwords. I use their generator to make obscure ones and never looked back !
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    Milan Chheda
    Milan ChhedaSoftware Developer · Written
    Undoubtedly the best in this industry.
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    • matt kocaj
      matt kocajDev on a mission to work for himself

      It's definitely a leap to use a password manager. Actually it's a pain in the ass. but it's so worth it.

      Passwords aren't going away any time soon so this is the only safe options for the near future. Get onto it.

      If you're having trouble convincing your mainstream friends and family try this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgCHcuCw_RQ

    • Nick Allen
      Nick AllenHead of Marketing at FileInvite | Kiwi

      LastPass means you never have to use the same password on multiple websites again. Use the handy features to share your passwords with other users and sync your work account so that you can easily onboard team members. User for yeasrs.

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    Dashlane 4

    Beautifully redesigned Password manager on all your devices

    Yassine Abouzaid
    Yassine AbouzaidSelf-taught designer. Life enthusiast. · Written
    Dashlane is love. Generating strong passwords, auto-fill and auto-login are simply awesome.
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    Great UI, 2FA
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    Secrets 2

    Simple, secure password manager for Mac and iOS

    Tom Flemming
    Tom FlemmingPlayer One. Experience Strategy. · Written
    Simple, smart, on iOS and Mac.
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    Simply the best I've found!
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    Encrypto

    Encrypt the files you send.

    Great for any data )
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  6. Daylen
    DaylenStudent and Wikipedian in Vancouver · Written
    A one time fee of $9.99, instead of a monthly fee
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    Tried the top rated password managers before discovering Enpass. Loved it from the first moment. Feature packed and easy to use!
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    One time fee, and local storage of password files make this a much better option than cloud-service backed password managers.
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  7. 4
    Avast Passwords

    A free password manager for every device in your life

    Thanasis
    ThanasisUI/UX @EU_Commission · Edited
    The best and simplest I have used so far! Very straight forward and with free device sync!
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  8. 3
    Dashlane

    Best Password Manager & Secure Digital Wallet.

    Tamas Ratkai
    Tamas RatkaiHOM at FleetYou · Written
    You can seamlessly use it on desktop / mobile, IOS / Android. I am using it since 2 years now and I seriously cant imagine my online life without it. You can easily import your passwords if you use a different password manager currently and you can also separate business and personal passwords as well.
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  9. Alexander Pushkov
    Alexander PushkovWeb Developer and Python Evangelist · Written
    Slightly geeky, but very secure (builds up on GPG and Git) and has very nice integrations on Linux and macOS, as well as a nice Android app (probably iOS, too).
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    Buttercup

    Free & open-source password manager for Windows/Mac/Linux

    An open-source password manager with cloud integration written in javascript.
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  11. Marian Kanev
    Marian KanevEntrepreneurship, growth hacking, drones · Written
    Keeper is quite good. Let's you save URLs, usernames and passwords. You can use their browser extensions and whenever you are logged in keeper's vault logging in to any website that you have saved your password to is a breeze. Much better than the browser's password collection as you can use Keeper on any computer. Their mobile apps are also good and you have all your passwords handy whenever you need them.
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  12. Ramon
    RamonStartup Enthusiast · Written
    Simple and reliable
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  13. Michael Deng
    Michael DengSoftware Developer · Written
    Very intuitive password manager for people who use chrome. There's support for certain mobile apps too. This solution isn't as powerful as some of the other options, but for people who don't care about complex configurations and just want security + convenience, Google Smart Lock is perfect.
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    bitwarden

    A free, open source, and cross platform password manager.

    Keith Broughton
    Keith BroughtonFounder, stacksbehind · Written
    It's open source, secure, has add-ons for the major browsers, syncs across all of your devices and has a well-priced premium option.
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  15. Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦
    Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦Building a tools for Food Tech projects · Written
    It's not free, but this program is part of Intel ecosystem(read quality and security).Work with apps, and in browser
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  16. Super easy to setup and to use!
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    1Password 6.2 for iOS

    Simple digital security with extra iOS 9 super powers!

    for the bulk of external website passwords.
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  18. maxmc
    maxmcSoftware Developer & Architect · Written
    Shameless plug: I built PwdSafe. In contrast to most other options, PwdSafe is a (responsive) webapp and does not require any installation of software, browser add-ons or mobile device apps. So you just sign up and use it wherever you want. PwdSafe is fast, clean and simple. No unnecessary clutter, just a password manager which does exactly what it is meant to do - no more no less. It is also completely free, because I built it originally just for my personal use (and to learn some new tech stuff), but decided to share it with anyone who might find it useful.
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  19. VIP is a pro password manager to secure your accounts and passwords. It can autofill passwords in sites and apps on phones, tablets and PC. Only you can open VIP with a password or fingerprint. Password keeper Best free app to keep your accounts and passwords safe. All information is encrypted and protected by a local master password. Only you know it and have the authentication. VIP also supports fingerprint. Auto filler When you open sites and apps in the phone, e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, Gmail, YouTube, accounts and passwords will be auto filled, you can log in with one tap. On the PC, you can use VIP browser extensions to auto fill accounts and passwords. No need to input by yourself. Password generator If your old password is short and simple, you can create an extra strong password with VIP. Enhance security for your accounts. Card and files vault Too many credit card and licenses? Let VIP help to manage them. Scan the credits cards to quickly save its number, name and valid date. Save your ID card, driver license, passport etc. You can keep your things in VIP. It can be safe and organized. Save accounts and passwords in VIP, your data will be secured and organized, you can get and use them easily at all time. Meanwhile, relax your brain!
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  20. Brennon Denny
    Brennon DennyCreating Things @ DennyDevHQ 💡 · Written
    Really simple and great design
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