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From LastPass to Bitwarden

A short review of bitwarden - open-source password manager app.
From LastPass to Bitwarden

As a LastPass free user for many years I have now migrated to Bitwarden (another freemium password management app) because of the recent "subscribe as a paid user or lose multi-device account options you enjoyed for so long as a free LastPass user" debacle.

Wait a moment, you don't use a password manager I here you cry? Then how on earth do you manage to keep all your accounts secured with long and strong passwords that you don't have to conjure up and remember.

Password management apps are essential tools that everyone should consider and utilise. Not only for a securer and smoother process of managing all your logins but what about when you die (unless you plan on living forever given advances in medical technologies and whatnot)? It's going to be much easier to provide your Master password in your last will and testament to loved ones left behind should they need to gain access to your entire "online estate" to clean up and/or close things down as they see fit.

Bitwarden Open Source Password Manager
Bitwarden, the open source password manager, makes it easy to generate and store unique passwords for any browser or device. Create your free account on the platform with end-to-end encryption and flexible integration options for you or your business.

Bitwarden is open-source which ought to make it one of, if not, the most secure password management app available because the community should be able to keep it constantly developed and plug any security holes (if any).

In conclusion, get a password management app account like bitwarden, install the browser extension and mobile app. Stop recycling old and few passwords for every account you have online and enjoy multi-device secure logins from complex generated passwords you don't have to remember.

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