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Password managers are an invaluable tool to keep your passwords up to date and difficult to guess without forgetting things and locking yourself out of accounts.

BitWarden[edit]

BitWarden is the best open-source manager and has a free 2 person org plan to allow password sharing so you and a teammate or family member can share passwords, which is great if you need to manage a project's accounts or give your parents tech support every thanksgiving.

  • Open source
  • Zero-knowledge encryption
  • Unlimited devices + syncing
  • Unlimited device types
  • Browser, Mobile, Desktop apps
  • Unlimited vault items
  • Store notes, credit cards, identities
  • Bitwarden Send
  • Secure password generator
  • Basic two-step login
  • Free cloud hosting
  • Encrypted export

LastPass[edit]

LastPass is a closed source password manager with a pretty cool feature called Auto-Change which can automatically change many popular site passwords for you from within the app so you can conveniently keep all your passwords changing regularly without the hassle of logging in and out of all the accounts each time.