Re: Password Management Services

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Author: Michael Butash via PLUG-discuss
To: Main PLUG discussion list
CC: Michael Butash
Subject: Re: Password Management Services
BitWarden sounds rather nice actually. I'm checking it out, setting it up
my synology for it as a docker container. Been struggling to get my
synology to register for Let's Encrypt certs which is a quirk using their
gui/management it seems. It's not friendly with my tweaking apps from cli
to do manually either, plus I want renewals automagic. Grr.

I need to look into what I can export my lastpass data into as a format I
can move. I knew one day I'd be looking at this, and I have a deadline of
about 24 days. Hoping this works out, or worst case I'm going to check out
KeePassXC again for now. I know LastPass took an export from KeePassX when
I first did it, so presuming at least I can export that into something else
if needed.

At some point I have a few yubikeys I'd like to use, but really a pain to
find somewhere to plug in, particularly when attached to my car keys or a
lanyard. Next steps...

Good conversation, thanks all for the input!


On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 9:14 PM Joe Gibbs <> wrote:

> Good evening,
> A well timed thread. I recently moved to an iPhone and iPad from a LG G6
> Android phone and Samsung tablet. My old password manager (Password Safe @
> wasn't going to work on the new Mac OS. It appears
> that BitWarden might be a good replacement for it.
> I am on a little home vacation this week and will give it a try to see how
> it works for me. I use a Macbook Pro for work but Window 10 for home
> computing. Guess I have all the OS bases covered at this point, except a
> pure linux host.
> Thanks for the suggestion.
> Joe Gibbs

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