We released Bitwarden premium memberships for users last year, which included features such as file attachment storage space, additional two-step login options like Duo, YubiKey, and FIDO U2F, and the ability to generate TOTP verification codes to replace apps like Authy and Google Authenticator.
Today we are happy to announce that Bitwarden users with premium access now have some great new reporting tools for evaluating the overall health of of their Bitwarden vault.
Exposed Passwords Report
Exposed passwords are passwords that have been uncovered in known data breaches that were released publicly or sold on the dark web by hackers. The Exposed Passwords Report will help you find vulnerable passwords that were part of these data leaks.
Reused Passwords Report
If a service that you use is compromised, reusing the same password elsewhere can allow hackers to easily gain access to more of your online accounts. You should use a unique password for every account or service. The Reused Passwords Report helps you easily identify these offending passwords.
Weak Passwords Report
Weak passwords can easily be guessed by hackers and automated tools that are used to crack passwords. Use the Weak Passwords Report to isolate these passwords quickly. The Bitwarden password generator can help you create stronger passwords.
Unsecured Websites Report
Using unsecured websites with the http:// scheme can be dangerous. If the website allows, you should always access it using the https:// scheme so that your connection is encrypted.
Inactive 2FA Report
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an important security setting that helps secure your accounts. If the website offers it, you should always enable two-factor authentication. The Inactive 2FA Report locates items in your Bitwarden vault where you have not stored a TOTP authenticator key and then cross references it with data from twofactorauth.org.
Data Breach Report
A “breach” is an incident where a site’s data has been illegally accessed by hackers and then released publicly. The Data Breach Report allows you to review the types of data that were compromised in these breaches (email addresses, passwords, credit cards etc.) and take appropriate action, such as changing passwords.
Upgrade to Bitwarden premium today to start using these new reports and better secure the data that you store in your Bitwarden vault. You can find these reports available in the Bitwarden Web Vault under Tools → Reports. Paid organization plans can also access these reports for their organization under Tools → Reports.