I had 8 months left from LP Premium, but I gave up, exported everything to Bitwarden and deleted LP for good. Bitwarden works much much better on Android… exceptionally well. Never miss a form field. Dark Mode, always getting updates.. unlike LP for Android that rarely gets updates or bugs fixes.
YUKI93, 2 hours agoSome people prefer convenience, so they don’t want to remember all the passwords.The point of password managers is actually security. Coz how else are you going to remember full ASCII, I don’t know 16 characters long passwords for hundreds of websites? The fact they are 3rd party is entirely irrelevant. Bitwarden is open source and was audited on server side by 3rd party organizations. It’s design also ensures only user has access to the vault. And if that’s not enough and you don’t trust 3rd party hosting, you can either run it fully offline or by setting up your own server and host the vault yourself. There is just no reason to distrust Bitwarden. It has proven itself many times.
[deleted post]Wtf are you even on about? What has this even to do with any of it in this thread?
gogus, 4 hours agowow i have so much money in so many accounts, better give all my money to a 3rd party because … moreTime to go back to ur hole and wear some tinfoil hat. Be smart when creating password manager account, use email and password that never been used anywhere, use authenticator. Everything has its own risks and it’s about managing and minimizing the risks.
You will be surprise by checking every app you have using ClassyShark3xodus.
My “tracker favorite” was Xiaomi Mi Home with 8=606classes trackers, and Viber with 12 trackers and over 1000 classes.
Even Bitwarden from the Play Strore has 2 or 3, so I downloaded a tracker-free version from the F-droid market,
also you can block trackers by using TrackerControl installed from the latter.
Google analytics and appsflyer are totally safe
These apps are used to track user behavior and send the data anonymously
I don’t know about the others
LastPass is a joke. Awful security, UI and now less features for freemium users.
I personally use iCloud Keychain. Also recommend Bitwarden.
Anonymous, 4 hours agoWow, you must have such godly memory to remember all your passwords of various combinations an… morewow i have so much money in so many accounts, better give all my money to a 3rd party because i can’t handle my own shi*
that’s how you sound
sooner or later people pay an expensive price for a tiny comfort
go look on haveibeenpawned to see how many website are compromised weekly , any website you trust with your personal data is a ticking bomb ready to explode
there are actually people trusting 3rd party to store their passwords ?
what a joke, your head is your safest bet
Anonymous, 7 hours agothese password apps are a joke at this point. you might as well just wrote it down on a tiny n… moreNo, text files that are non encrypted as not safe and is the silliest thing you can do with your passwords.
There’s keepass android and similar offline ones for those who do not trust bitwarden, which also has an offline function.
Akinaro, 5 hours ago“”password manager app””
Just that name should be enough to NOT TRUST i… moreWow, you must have such godly memory to remember all your passwords of various combinations and formats, like a 20-character PW of alphanumeric Upper and lower case, numbers, special characters etc. Unless you use password123456 on all your accounts.
Ps. Bitwarden has an offline function and Google pw manager is an online one as well.
These things are safer than the default that is present on browsers.
“”password manager app””
Just that name should be enough to NOT TRUST it… like how the F you can trust all your private account that have all your data and probably money to some random app that is connected to internet…
You have brain right? you can remember names of people, songs and movie titles but you cant remember passwords? Really?
I never trust any password manager software. So I had to develop my own tiny app for this purpose. Maybe it’s not so powerful but I know what does and what it does not.
The info on how to disable it is wrong. You have to open your profile/vault in a web browser (can be on your PC). Go to Account Settings, enable Show Advanced Settings, scroll down to Privacy and uncheck “Send anonymous error reporting data to help improve LastPass”.
nick235, 13 hours agoso people actually trust a 3rd party password manager?I don’t even use any kind of password manager at all in the first place.