KeePass Password Safe is free and open-source password management software for Windows, with ports of the password manager available for Linux, Mac OS X, Android, iOS and other systems. KeePass Password Safe's databases are encrypted using highly secure encryption algorithms AES and Twofish.
KeePass Password Safe Pricing:
KeePass Password Safe is a free open-source password manager.
KeePass Password Safe Review:
Pros: Powerful, feature-rich, free product. Runs on most modern desktops and mobile platforms.
Cons: Difficult to set up and learn.
Bottomline: KeePass keeps your business's passwords securely on your laptop, desktop or mobile device.
KeePass Password Safe Key Information:
(0049) 0173 4621639
Haydnstraße 12, 72555, Metzingen, Germany
KeePass Password Safe FAQs:
Is there a KeePass Password Safe free trial?
KeePass Password Safe is always free— it is a free open-source password manager.
Where can I find the KeePass Password Safe login?
Visit keepass.info, scroll down the page and click on "mot de passe" to log in.
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KeePass Password Safe Reviews:
Long time KeePass user. It has a section where you can enter text like security question, etc. for each entry. Easy to set up and use.
I've used KeePass for a long while now, but have kept a couple concurrent pass apps running just to see which one I liked best. 1password is good, and I used that exclusively until they started the subscription bs. My Mac standalone app still works, but I uninstalled and went to KeePass once they did that. Keepass just works. I sync the DB to my fastmail storage and I've never had any problem with it. Did LastPass for a little while, but I want to have control of my passwords, so it was a no go. Bitwarden, I just setup this on a VM and I am using it concurrently with KeePass. I really like it so far. I don't know if I'll move over to that from KeePass, but I definitely like the interface more. Enpass seemed ok—I used it for a couple weeks. It didn't really stand out but I didn't have any bad experiences with it. Just didn't do anything better than KeePass. I feel like I'm constantly looking for a better password manager, but I always keep just going back to KeePass. Maybe Bitwarden will be my new #1—I just installed so we'll see.
I use KeePass across desktop and phone (Keepass2Android). Since it's application-independent it can work for all my passwords, not just those on websites. I sync my password database through Google Drive, and I've never had any issues with it.
I will never get tired of watching KeePass auto-type my login for me. There is no reason to not use a password manager, and have a very strong and individual password for every login.
I don't remember whether I had already recommended this here, but the most powerful and accessible password manager for Windows (there are versions for other platforms also) is KeePass.