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With Remembear shutting down in a years time, whats a good alternative?

I've been using Tunnlebears Remembear password vault/manager for some since its release. However they recently announced that they are shutting down the service and in a years time it was be unavailable for all users. In terms of secruity but also accessibility across multiple devices for one account, whats a great alternative to Remembear for multi device password vault & manager?

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41 minutes ago, Low1n said:

I've been using Tunnlebears Remembear password vault/manager for some since its release. However they recently announced that they are shutting down the service and in a years time it was be unavailable for all users. In terms of secruity but also accessibility across multiple devices for one account, whats a great alternative to Remembear for multi device password vault & manager?

I recently have moved from chrome and iCloud for password management to BitWarden. I'm on the paid individual yearly plan and its only $10 USD a year. 

It's running on MacOS, Windows, iOS and Chrome and syncing and Autofill on all devices is painless. 

It also is handling my 2FA for anything that doesn't support my Yubikey. It's nice being able to access 2FA codes on all my devices not just my phone.

 

I'm new to password managers and this is my first dedicated manager so I might not be the best person to answer this.

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I just use a local Keepass database, which I sync with an usb thumbdrive and carry with me... 

 

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I don't know about Remembear, but you have to check if you can export your old passwords to import them on a new password manager, at least to a text only .csv file. Some password managers already are prepared to import databases from competitors.

 

I just migrated from 1password to bitwarden and liked both, although bitwarden is much cheaper.

 

https://bitwarden.com/help/import-data/

 

JP

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