Stop wasting your time synchronizing your encrypted vault. Remember one master password to access your passwords, anywhere, anytime. No sync needed and fully opensourced at GitHub.
LessPass is a stateless password manager and works fine
The use of a password manager to handle passwords is considered one of the best good practice for the personal security online and offline. But today a centralized system like a password manager, however serious, is potentially always vulnerable.
LessPass is a service that seems to ensure password security on the device being used, with an algorithm that is based on a master password. The only bad thing is that the system generates secure passwords from scratch and does not save any existing passwords, so it can be used with the services that you already are using, but you need to change all your old passwords. Ok, it’s an hard work, but you must do it only one time!
LessPass computes a unique password using a site, login and a master password. You don’t need to sync a password vault across every device because it works offline. Last, but not least, LessPass is fully open source and you can find all the code behind it at GitHub.