KeePassXC. A cross-platform and open-source password manager

Google, Facebook, and other social networks offer a very comfortable service to manage several passwords and logins on the web, on mobile and, practically, everywhere. The centralized login is, without doubt about it, comfortable raised to n. It allows you to be recognized on the sites without having to remember many passwords, but only one of the social network.


What about the privacy and the security with the social network centralized login?

Google, Facebook, and other social networks, however, also use this centralized login to learn about our habits and about the websites we visit. They collect more and more information about us through the registration of our everyday logins and with things like how many times we usually visit that specific website.

KeePassXC can store your passwords safely
KeePassXC can store your passwords safely

In short, storing passwords is a big problem for many aspects like privacy, security and the comfort of our navigation. The solution is to use a simple and secure password manager because the thing computers can do best is storing information and you shouldn’t waste your time trying to remember and type your passwords, but you can’t also lost your privacy using an online centralized login.


KeePassXC can store your passwords safely and auto-type them into your everyday websites and applications

KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. Every feature works cross-platform and was thoroughly tested on multiple systems to provide users with the same look and feel on every supported operating system. This includes the beloved Auto-Type feature.

KeePassXC
KeePassXC

KeePassXC is built using Qt5 libraries, making it a multi-platform application which can be run on Linux, Windows, and macOS. Also, the complete database is always encrypted with the industry-standard AES (alias Rijndael) encryption algorithm using a 256-bit key. KeePassXC uses a database format that is compatible with KeePass Password Safe. Your wallet works offline and requires no Internet connection.

The full source code is published under the terms of the GNU General Public License. KeePassXC’s developers see open source as a vital prerequisite for any security-critical software product. For that reason, KeePassXC is and always will be free as in freedom (and in beer).

KeePassXC – KeePass Cross-Platform Community Edition

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