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5 Best Alternatives To LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Alternatives

LastPass is one of the best and most popular password managers available. However, its free version offers very limitations and more often Lastpass users look for the best and safe alternatives to save passwords. 

In this article, we will let you know the best and free LastPass alternatives to save your passwords and keep information safe.

LastPass Alternatives

1. Installed Web Browser

Most web browsers allow their users to save passwords, synchronize and recover them on all the connected devices. 

Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Firefox, By default or with permission your passwords can be synchronized over the internet and make available for you on your devices.

In Safari, the passwords are synced with iCloud between Apple devices. You can check your passwords from Safari, iPadOS, and macOS.

2. KeePass

KeePass is another free and open-source software to save passwords. It is officially available for Windows. Since its code is free, there are different versions for Android, iPhone, iPad, macOS, and Linux.

It offers security for all passwords, different export and import possibilities, password generator, etc. It allows users to upload encrypted passwords to Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive.

3. Bitwarden

Bitwarden is free, open-source, and compatible with Windows, macOS, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, Web, and almost all popular web browsers. 

With LastPass and Dashlane have abundant limitations on the free service, Bitwarden is one of the best free alternatives to save your passwords online.

Bitwarden offers a strong password generator, encryption using AES-256 and SHA-256, two-factor verification, auto-completion, etc,…

4. Buttercup

Buttercup is an open-source password manager that is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iPhone, iPad, and Android. It integrates into Google Chrome, Firefox, and other browsers as well.

It offers AES 256-bit encryption, allows multiple users, manages passwords in folders or labels, auto-completion, and synchronize the encrypted keys in Dropbox, ownCloud, or Nextcloud. Buttercup also allows users to save passwords locally.

5. KeeWeb 

KeeWeb is also one of the best and free alternatives to Lastpass, which offers better options to keep your passwords safe.

It has different versions for Windows, macOS, and Linux and integrates into most web browsers. The only drawback is that it does not have an android or iPhone app, but instead the Web version is very efficient.