A lot of users prefer Open Source Password manager rather than a company-owned one.
If you are looking for Best Open Source Password Manager for your works, you are at the right place. Here we go with some of the best Best Open Source Password Managers worth to try.
KeePass is an open source password manager where passwords can be stored in highly-encrypted databases, which can be unlocked with one master password. Here we go with the major features of KeePass. KeePass is absolutely free, and it is open source (OSI certified).
Passbolt comes next into our list. Passbolt is a Free, open source, extensible, password manager based on OpenPGP. Passbolt is currently available on Google Chrome and Firefox browsers and the mobile app is on the way.
Passbolt helps you to share Passwords with your team and better search and filter options make Passbolt easy to use.
Padlock is a minimalist open source password manager. Padlock is one of the rare open source password manager that available for most operating systems like Windows, Mac, and available as a mobile app on the Google Play Store and iOS App Store. You can also use Padlock’s Chrome extensions to manage your passwords.
If you want to run your own version or simply play around with the source code, the project is available on Github.
With over 4 million downloads, Password Safe is a great open source Password Manager for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. With Password Safe, all you have to do is create and remember a single “Master Password” of your choice in order to unlock and access your entire user name/password list.
LessPass comes last into our list. Like Password Safe, you just need to remember one master password to access your passwords, anywhere, anytime. You don’t need to sync your password vault across every device. LessPass is currently available in Google Chrome Browser, Firefox, and on Google Play Store.
These are our current best Open Source Password Manager for Teams. We will update the list with more open source password managers soon.