I recommend Keepass
@Gargron KeepassXC + Syncthing = world peace
You've got a few options. If you want it stored privately for free, you could store it with GitLab (or even github these days I guess). Or any other public cloud provider (NextCloud, dropbox, a server you have for a website).
Personally, though, I don't do any of those—I store the primary copy on a home server, and sync that to my laptop, my wife's laptop, and each of our phones. True, we can only sync when we're at home—but that's basically every day.
@gargron KeepassXC is the fork that is updated regularily afaik
@gargron Okay, apparently yours got an update in January.
@Cedara das kann auch Excel 😁
@Hughenknubbel lol - aber hier habe ich einen ordentlichen Schlüssel
@Gargron I prefer XC, but KeePass "regular" has the 'have I been pwned' plugin if you want to check your accounts
@kai @Gargron Plugins are ugly. BEtter argue for https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc/issues/1155. 😃
@rugk yes I would like this
@Gargron I recommend cats
I recommend a paper record - it's harder to hack and, if you make it look like every other book on the shelf too, hard to steal.
@Gargron plus, Kee Firefox plugin ftw!
@Gargron Me as well +1
And I recommend KeepassXC
@Gargron Agreed. With Keepass, your file sync tool of choice, plus clients for Windows, Android and iOS, password management is certainly far less painful than it used to be.
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