AuthPass is an open-source password manager for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. It is secure and a great way to save your passwords and sensitive information. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up AuthPass on Linux and how to use it too. Installing AuthPass on Linux AuthPass supports Linux through […]
Buttercup is an advanced, open-source password vault. It encrypts your passwords with AES 256bit cryptography to keep them safe. If you’re tired of proprietary password solutions on Linux and want something open-source, you’ll love this guide. In this tutorial, we’ll go over how to install Buttercup on Linux. We’ll also show you how to set […]
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Enpass is a secure password vault for Linux, Mac, Windows, as well as mobile. It is intended to keep your passwords safe and remember them so that you don’t have to. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up Enpass on Linux. Installing Enpass on Linux Enpass is an excellent program, but unfortunately, […]
For years, 1Password hasn’t paid much attention to the Linux platform. Sure, they’ve made it possible to use the service using the Firefox or Chrome browser extensions, and they even have a useful (albeit confusing) terminal application that users can use to bride the gap. Still, they’ve never released the official desktop app. That has […]
NordPass is a new password management system from the people behind NordVPN. It’s incredibly easy to use and makes it so that you can manage and store your passwords in a secure vault. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up the NordPass app, how to set up your passwords, and how to […]