Offline password managers

Open Source

Open Source = safe?

Open source password managers allow you to securely store and manage login credentials. They’re free, offer advanced features like two-factor authentication and encryption, and their source code can be audited by anyone. However, they may require some technical knowledge and may be more vulnerable to attacks.

For Android


advanced features such as two-factor authentication, secure password generation

KeePass2Android Offline

Be able to read and write .kdbx files


A port of the KeePass Password safe

For iPhone/iPad


Face ID and Touch ID authentication

Strong Box

Store your data anywhere you like, online or offline

For Linux /MacOS


Multi-platform offline password manager

For Windows


A long history and popular

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