Self hosted alternative to LastPass?
@stibbons If I choose it, I'll just be using whatever yunohost installs
As for that vs Keepass, depends on your usage. If you want something with good browser extensions and a phone app that links in to all the funky APIs and makes your life easier and autofills all your web site logins like a champ - Bitwarden every time.
If you want a good wallet for all your many kinds of secrets and don't mind copying and pasting and mobile isn't much to you, might as well Keepass it.
@uxintro Hosting and synchronisation is done using whatever Git repository you like, and it's easy to switch.
@uxintro Not sure if I mentioned that there are browser plugins so your password store is mostly transparent.
Auto-adding a password isn't a thing as far as I know. If you create a new account, it won't pop up and ask whether you'd like to store it as Firefox does. But for the ability to own and sync my own password store, that's a feature I can live without.
As @bignose points out, there's an app for pass on Android. I don't know the one bignose links to, but I use https://f-droid.org/en/packages/dev.msfjarvis.aps/
@mgrondin I had a play with it a little while ago but it didn't really gel with me. I've got nextcloud so it's doable, but down the priority list a bit.
@mgrondin I'm not sure I can remember. I think I was having some trouble with the nextcloud apps in general. I know I did with the bookmarks app, but that was on my webhosting server. Maybe on my yunohost it might work better.
@VictorVenema Regardless of what I decide, that is an excellent resource. Thanks.
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