Bitwarden is a free open source password manager, you can follow them at:

➡️ @bitwarden

More info on their website is at

Bitwarden is available in lots of flavours including Android, iOS, Linux, Mac and Windows at

It's also available through @fdroidorg

p.s. Sorry about repost and the orphaned replies, the Bitwarden account moved but the old account was deleted instead of redirecting, which broke my link to them.

A repost seemed the least confusing option 👍

@FediFollows @fdroidorg Sorry for the confusion and thanks for the shoutout! :blobcatcool: 🔒

@bitwarden @fdroidorg

No problem! Just explaining so people don't wonder what's going on 😁

@FediFollows @bitwarden @fdroidorg
Quite honestly, I shy away from using password managers that are recognisable as such (locally, but even more so online). My intuition tells me that no matter how secure the encryption is, they are such an attractive target that the content is definitely at risk. Or is there a fallacy in my thought process? If so, someone please let me know.

@maytree1 @FediFollows @bitwarden @fdroidorg
1. Open source, code auditable.
2. Not actually as big as last pass or 1password, smaller target.
3. Your can self host your own server and control the security yourself.

@maytree1 @FediFollows @bitwarden @fdroidorg

I'm also wondering if Bitwarden's renown is at it's disadvantage ?

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