Oi me ni/g/nogs, help me choose a password manager for a SOHO. What could I get that keeps the (((cloud))) down the well? Is KeepAss safe enough? Are LastAss and Memelane too (((cloud-integrated)))?
I wouldn't be using it, it would be for the owner, who is technical but isn't interested in shenanigans.
+ encrypted storage
+ master password/keyfile
+ (((Windows))) client
+ (((iOS))) client
+ (((android))) client
= gahnoo leenox client
= emergency one-use password
- NO (((native cloud))) functionality
You want KeePassX not Keepass
I have no idea what clients it has, I just use it on a desktop and don't sign into anything important with my phone as it's just a browsing tool while I'm waiting for a cab or w/e.
If you want all those clients you prob want 1password it's prob the best in terms of architecture just disable all the backups they aren't mandatory
Don't use a password manager tool for important shit, all important passwords should be kept strictly in your brain. Use a few different passwords:
1) Use unique, strong passwords (and two factor authentication) for important shit like banking, email, etc.. Never reuse these passwords under any circumstances.
2) For stuff that you have no problem losing access to (say some shitty website that forces you to sign up to access information), feel free to use a shared password or to utilize a password manager.
It's proprietary that's all
There's another version KeePassXC which is the community version, you may want to look at that too. There's also the tried and true piece of paper method