KeePassXC is a cross-platform community-driven port of the Windows application “Keepass Password Safe”. (by keepassxreboot)


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keepassxreboot/keepassxc is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts where keepassxc has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-06-10.
  • What password manager do you use? | 2021-06-10
  • Looking for a password manager that has a chrome extension, and android version | 2021-06-10
    So there is an open source application called keepass that is essentially an encrypted database of passwords and an application that can auto fill the password. It has been around forever. There are android apps that can also open the database. You can sync the database yourself. It has been around for a long time. The old version has tons of plugins. There are a few new forks that are actively developed like aiming to make it more user friendly. But I do not believe they support the older plugins at this point. Here is the original opensource project.
  • My younger brother installed a aimbot hack and im not sure if its safe or malware
    Userscripts can't do anything to your PC outside the browser, and once removed from the browser, are gone completely. They can potentially open ads (like you saw) or steal login tokens (like some Discord scripts I've seen). If you're worried, change your Krunker password (and anything that shares a password with it) (I recommend KeePassXC or KeePass).
  • I store all of my passwords on Standard Notes | 2021-06-09
    I suggest KeepassXC as password manager if you want to store password offline and you can use Syncthing to sync passwords with your other devices.
  • Is it okay sticking to 1pass?
    Having it stored in a cloud is just as bad. Have it locally with KeePassXC and sync via Syncthing when also using it on your phone or Nextcloud if you really need it between many devices. KeePassXC also has a Firefox Add-On if you want to use such thing.
  • How to get rid of xdotool's annoying delay?
    Related bug reports for keepassxc, gnome-shell, and comfortable-swipe.
  • Is it possible to re activate the keys if you don't remember the password?
    Consider looking at for credential/key management.
  • Password Managers | 2021-06-05
    I was curious about that, so I looked into it; KeePassXC is having some mixed messages about it: says "awesome!" says "go away"

    and I can't figure out what is going on with

    They reference in one of the issues, but it was bought by Akamai and the code was never under an open source license to begin with :-(

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    I recommend KeePassXC. It is open source and stores its database in a single file, this satisfies point 1 and 2. About point 3, you can use AppImage if you want to use it on Linux, or the Portable version if you use Windows, these are all available at KeePassXC does not have a sync feature though, if you want to use it on mobile you need to manage the sync yourself.
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    Pick a strong passphrase (7+ diceware words) which you do not use anywhere else. Store the password in a secure offline password manager such as KeePassXC, an encrypted file, or just memorize it.
  • Password Managers Actually Secure?
    I think it really depends on the password manager you’re using and how you’re using it. I prefer KeePassXC as it’s open-source, cross platform, and has a strong, long-standing reputation. I prefer to store my database file locally inside of an encrypted Veracrypt and then backup the entire container manually to other devices if needed. This never gets synced to the cloud, despite the layers of encryption used. I think this method is far more secure than any alternative I can think of, and FAR better than not using a password manager at all.