Make Your Online Experience Safer, Faster, and More Enjoyable

Millions of users around the world, including many of the world’s largest organizations, trust Bitwarden to protect their online information using a transparent, open source approach to password management.

Securing the Global Community with Open Source Transparency

Open source software sets Bitwarden apart as the solution trusted by businesses and individuals to manage their online information easily and securely.

Robust security standards protect critical data with end-to-end encryption and enable secure information sharing for safer online collaboration and increased productivity.

Who We Are and How to Join the Bitwarden Mission

Bitwarden envisions a world where no one gets hacked, and we recognize this is only possible by working together. The global Bitwarden community shapes our mission to empower individuals, teams, and organizations to safely manage their sensitive information online.

With responsibility, inclusion, and transparency at the core of our company values, we strive for excellence by delivering security solutions that anyone can use and everyone can trust.

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"Bitwarden is a best-of-all worlds password manager."

“Bitwarden has basically everything you could want out of a password manager”

“Bitwarden’s security is well above average, and its software flexibility as an open-source program is virtually unparalleled.”

“When it comes to password management tools, there’s no better than Bitwarden. It’s open source so completely transparent, and runs on all major platforms, including your favourite web browsers.”

“Bitwarden maintains its excellent security reputation by undergoing regular third-party security audits. It’s also open source, which means the code is available for anyone to look at.”

“If you’re not using a password manager - and you really should be! - then I suggest you take Bitwarden for a spin. Highly recommended. My new favorite password manager.”

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A high-wire balancing act: business innovation and data security

The new eBook, Balancing Security and Innovation in the Age of AI, presents findings from a recent survey of 710 IT professionals to help address the dilemma of balancing innovation while staying secure.

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More Ways to Get to Know Bitwarden

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Get the latest on new product features, online security best practices, and password management resources.

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Visit Bitwarden on social media where we share password security tips, best practices, and the latest product updates.

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1 North Calle Cesar Chavez, Suite 102
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Bitwarden, Inc. is the parent company of 8bit Solutions LLC

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FAQ

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Yes. Bitwarden is a corporation headquartered in Santa Barbara, California with employees located in the U.S. and around the world.

Bitwarden offers both Business and Personal plans and pricing, along with our popular free offering for individuals. Our premium offering for personal use is just $10 a year, and our family plan is $40/year

For plans and prices visit: https://bitwarden.com/pricing/

Bitwarden stores passwords in the cloud or your self-hosted instance. Once you log in on a device, Bitwarden stores your data locally in an encrypted format that only you can decrypt. This provides offline read access to your vault. Adding or changing passwords requires online access.

Bitwarden uses Administrative Data to provide the Bitwarden Service to its users. We list the data collected in the security section of our help website here: https://bitwarden.com/help/article/administrative-data/

The Bitwarden business model focuses on paid business and individual plans. You can read more in this blog: Defining and sustaining value for Bitwarden users https://bitwarden.com/blog/defining-and-sustaining-value-for-bitwarden-users/

Bitwarden allows users to share passwords with other people for free. Every free Bitwarden account includes a free two-person organization with sharing of unlimited logins.

Also, every free Bitwarden account includes Bitwarden Send which allows you to transmit any information, passwords, or other, with any other user in an end-to-end encrypted format.

The Bitwarden Basic Free Account provides unlimited passwords across unlimited devices. No other offering from any other major provider comes close to this offering.

Bitwarden offers a password generator for all plans, including a web version that does not require a Bitwarden account: https://bitwarden.com/password-generator/

Bitwarden offers a password strength tester for all plans, including a web version that does not require a Bitwarden account: https://bitwarden.com/password-strength

Yes. Both our free and paid plans have multi-factor authentication. The free plan includes authenticator app or email options.

Yes. Bitwarden offers password checkups and breach reports. The data breach report is available in the free plan. Additional reports are part of our premium offering at just $10/year, less than any other paid offering by other companies.


Your data is fully encrypted and/or hashed before ever leaving your local device, so no one from the Bitwarden team can ever see, read, or reverse engineer to get to your real data. Bitwarden servers only store encrypted and hashed data. For more security info visit https://bitwarden.com/help/security-faqs/


The Bitwarden mission is to help people stay safe online regardless of the authentication technology they use. Bitwarden incorporates a variety of passwordless features, including biometrics, security keys, 2FA, and will continue to innovate and add support for these important technologies in the future. Passwordless authentication is important and will continue to grow. At the same time, password-based authentication is unlikely to go away any time soon due to convenience and ubiquity.

For more information, see our posts on Living the Passwordless Life, Bitwarden and the Passwordless Revolution, and How to Go Passwordless with Bitwarden

See our Media Spotlight page for the latest reviews by industry experts: https://bitwarden.com/media-spotlight/

For customer perspectives see - https://bitwarden.com/bitwarden-reviews/

For reviews from users who switched from another password manager see - https://bitwarden.com/user-reviews/

Visit: https://bitwarden.com/compliance/ to see how Bitwarden protects customer data.


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