Use a Secure Password Manager

Use a Secure Password Manager

Using a password manager is the easiest way to keep your personal and private information safe and secure.

Passwords are stored securely in a password vault allowing you to save your information in the cloud and/or on your devices and you only need to remember one password to access your vault. You should also use two factor authentication to become even more secure.

After testing multiple password managers we found Bitwarden, the free and open-source password manager to be the best and more than adequate for both our own and our clients needs.

End-to-End Encryption
With Bitwarden, all of your data is fully encrypted before it ever leaves your device, and only you have access to managing it. Even the Bitwarden team cannot unlock your protected data. Bitwarden seals your sensitive information with end-to-end AES-256 bit encryption, salted hashing, and PBKDF2 SHA-256.

Multiple Device Support
Secure cloud syncing features allow you to access your data from anywhere, on any device! Your vault is conveniently optimised for use on desktop, laptop, mobile devices.
Apps and browser extensions.

Multiple User Support
Even with a free account you can invite a friend or family member to join your free two person organization.

Cloud-Based or Self-Host
Get up and running in minutes in the cloud or you can self-host Bitwarden for complete data control.

Import Data to your Vault
Bitwarden provides a data import tool for easy migration from any password management solution to your personal Vault or Organisation Vault. You can also use the data import tool to import from one Bitwarden Vault to another, or to import a Bitwarden Encrypted Export.

It's worth setting up a free account and importing your passwords, bank cards and ID information and installing the apps to suit your devices.

Get a free Bitwarden account to get started.

Need a sucure password? Try the free Bitwarden Strong Password Generator. and generate secure, random passwords to stay safe online.

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