"Should I use KeePass 2, KeePassX, or KeePassXC?"
✔️ Use KeePass 2 – this is the original KeePass, primarily developed for Windows. However, it can be used on Linux, too.
✔️ Use KeePassXC – this password manager indirectly originates from KeePass 2. Most features are similar to KeePass 2.
❌ Don't use KeePassX – development ceased in 2016.
@infosechandbook i think keepassxc is the Vetter Option. The community is just bigger now than keepass
@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo @bojkotiMalbona @MaSven @infosechandbook I'd be interested to read more on this subject, seems it can be built without networking https://keepassxc.org/docs/#faq-security-network
What are the current alternative suggestions to use instead (with browser integration and server client options ideally)
@bojkotiMalbona @infosechandbook @MaSven @bojkotiMalbona Bruce Schneier developed a good password manager (#passwordsafe) which made it onto several platforms (phones & desktops). There was even an #emacs major-mode for password safe. It was great until the #debian project was abandoned & killed off. PWsafe was then forked & the db evolved to be incompatible w/the old.
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