Bitwarden Password Manager

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 Bitwarden Password Manager
1 Basic Information
Bitwarden, Inc. Producer
Bitwarden shares a sense of purpose: helping the global community of online users manage their sensitive information easily and securely. This open source software is the foundation of who we are as a company, with transparency and collaboration at the forefront of our core values.
Key Targets: Password
Other Targets: File Security
Vendor Page: Download or Buy  
 
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2 Price Plans
Plan NameMoneyDurationOthers
Free
Premium$10Year
Family$40Year6 licenses
Team$3Monthper User
3 Main Features Toggle Explanation
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Secure password vaultFull list
It's encrypted storage to safely keep all your passwords, just like a secure digital vault. In addition to passwords, it usually vaults logins, credit cards, and other critical information for seamless and secure access.
Auto fill passwordFull list
Auto-fill passwords or even other account data, it simplifies login and account creation tasks online services. With just a few taps, you can create and save new passwords or log in to an existing account.
Password generatorFull list
Easy and plain passwords will be broken quickly by hackers; reversely, a complex password brings you higher security. The tool creates strong passwords that are difficult to crack on your device to keep your accounts and documents safe.
Secure NoteFull list
It's a handy feature to keep your secret in a digital way. Unlike a common notebook, you need an extra password to access it. Besides, the notes are kept with high strength encryption algorithm to block hackers.
Digital walletFull list
Finance accounts are the main targets of cybercriminals. More or less we have to transact online. The tool offers you an option to save finance accounts into a digital wallet, which is extra protection from malware attacks.
Multiple factor authenticationFull list
Set up multiple-factor authentication is to add an extra layer of security. For example, one more step to complete the sign-in means that knowing a password won't be enough to break into your account.
Share PasswordFull list
Don't use normal messaging methods, such as email, to share passwords or important data, which are often unencrypted and can be easily intercepted. Choose the right tool to share passwords or other key data safely.
Encrypted file storageFull list(1G)
offer encrypted file storage to keep your important data in case the original copy is damaged or hijacked.
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