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Secrets refer to digital authentication credentials for sensitive parts of the IT and developer ecosystem. Secrets are sensitive key-value pairs that need to be securely stored and should never be exposed in plain-text code or transmitted over unencrypted channels.
Examples of secrets are:
SSL or TLS certificates
Private encryption keys
One-time password devices
Service accounts represent non-human machine users, like applications or deployment pipelines, that require programmatic access to a discrete set of secrets.
A project is a collection of secrets that can be grouped together based on how you want to structure access by your engineering, DevOps, and cybersecurity teams.
Bitwarden Secrets Manager is built for developer teams to centrally store, manage, and deploy privileged secrets. Secrets Manager is tailored for infrastructure secrets and is supported only by the web app and the CLI clients. If you are looking to help your employees manage their personal credentials, check out Bitwarden Password Manager.
An organization will have the same plan across any product they are subscribed to. For example, if a customer is subscribed to a Bitwarden Password Manager Enterprise plan and decides to purchase Bitwarden Secrets Manager, they will also be subscribed to the Enterprise plan.
To subscribe to a different Secrets Manager plan than what you are currently subscribed to with Password Manager, simply create a new organization or account and sign up for Secrets Manager following these steps.