List of password managers

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The following is a list of some of the password managers for which there are Wikipedia articles. This list of password managers provides each application's name, whether it is open source or proprietary, and manner of auto typing. To compare password managers see Comparison of password managers.

Name License OS Support Browser Integration Delivery Format
1Password Proprietary Android, iOS, macOS, Windows Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
Dashlane Proprietary Android, iOS, macOS, Windows[1] Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
Encryptr GPLv3 Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows[2] through auto-typing Cloud-based
Enpass Proprietary Android, BlackBerry 10, iOS, Modern Windows, Windows Phone

Desktop:- macOS, Windows, Linux

Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
GNOME Keyring GPL Unix-like Integration with Epiphany, through un-official add-ons for Firefox Local installation
Intuitive Password Proprietary / Freemium Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows, Windows Phone Yes Cloud-based
KeePass GPLv2 Windows, (unofficial ports: Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows Phone) through auto-typing Local installation, optional file or cloud sync
KeePassX[3] (inactive) GPLv2 Windows, Linux, macOS through auto-typing Local installation
KeePassXC GPLv2 Windows, Linux, macOS Yes Local installation
Keeper Proprietary / Freemium Android, iOS, Kindle, Linux, Nook, macOS, Windows, Windows Phone Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
Keychain APSL iOS (as iCloud Keychain), macOS in iCloud version System utility
KWallet GNU GPL Unix-like Integration with Konqueror (?), through un-official add-ons for Firefox Local installation
LastPass Proprietary / Freemium Cross-platform (browser extension and mobile app) Yes Cloud-based
Meldium Proprietary / Freemium Cross-platform (browser extension and mobile app) Yes Cloud-based
Mitro (defunct) GPLv3 Cross-platform (browser extension) Yes Cloud-based
Mitto Proprietary / Free service Cross-platform (browser extension) Yes Cloud-based
mSecure Proprietary Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Windows Phone Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
oneID Freemium Cross-platform (browser extension) (mobile app) Yes Local installation with Cloud sync
pass GPLv2+ FreeBSD, Linux, macOS through Firefox add-on Local installation with git sync
Passopolis GPLv3 Cross-platform (browser extension) Yes Cloud-based
Password Safe Artistic License 2.0 Android, iOS, Linux (beta), Windows (unofficial ports: macOS, Windows Phone) through auto-typing Local installation
Pasaffe GPLv3 Linux unknown Local installation
Pleasant Password Server Proprietary Cross-platform (browser extension & mobile app) Yes Local installation
Revelation GPLv2 Cross-platform No Local installation

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Pogue (June 5, 2013). "Remember All Those Passwords? No Need". The New York Times. Retrieved July 16, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Platform". Retrieved August 29, 2016. 
  3. ^ Anthony Dean (Jul 16, 2012). "KeePassX: Keeping Your Passwords Safe". Linux Journal. Retrieved October 27, 2014.