Bitwarden empowers you and your loved ones to conveniently manage and protect all aspects of online life, including logins, identities, credit cards, notes, and TOTP codes. Backed by end-to-end AES 256-bit encryption, Bitwarden creates a secure vault with all entered fields fully encrypted and allows you to securely access unlimited passwords from anywhere, on any device. For additional layers of protection, vault health reports improve overall security and detect potential data breaches or weak passwords.
Bitwarden enables teams and enterprises to easily facilitate secure password sharing among colleagues. Reduce cybersecurity risk by enacting strong password policies for all employees and monitor activity with audit logs. Bitwarden integrates seamlessly with your existing security stack and supports SSO and directory service integrations. Passwordless authentication, biometric unlock, security key support, and credential autofill makes it easy for employees to access their important accounts, ensuring productivity for your company.
See how Bitwarden ranks against other password management solutions for personal and business users.
G2 Enterprise Grid Report: Bitwarden received the highest satisfaction score and was named the leader in the 2022 Enterprise Grid Report.
Password Management Data Quadrant Report: Bitwarden outperformed all other password management providers as the leader in the Data Quadrant Report. This report analyzed providers based on features, ease of implementation, vendor support, usability, and business value created.
Software Reviews Emotional Footprint Report: Bitwarden was recognized as the champion in the 2022 Emotional Footprint Report with a composite score of 9.2/10 for customer experience and perfect scores around reliability and product effectiveness.
NEW! Seamlessly import from LastPass to Bitwarden with just your login
Bitwarden makes it easier than ever to import your personal or business credentials — all you need is your LastPass login credentials! With the LastPass importer, migrate data from LastPass directly to Bitwarden using browser extensions or desktop apps. Discover how to use this new import process in this help article.
You can also reference this helpful guide on the topic with step-by-step instructions for getting started.
Visit the Bitwarden vs. LastPass page to see how the features and pricing of these solutions compare. For more comparisons, see how Info-Tech Research Group ranked LastPass and Bitwarden in the Software Reviews Password Management Data Quadrant Report. Lastly, learn how Golden Communications streamlined productivity by moving from LastPass to Bitwarden.
To migrate from 1Password to Bitwarden, reference this helpful guide on the topic with step-by-step instructions for getting started.
Visit the Bitwarden vs. 1Password page to see how the features and pricing of these solutions compare. For more comparisons, see how Info-Tech Research Group ranked 1Password and Bitwarden in the Software Reviews Password Management Data Quadrant Report.
To migrate from Keeper to Bitwarden, first export your vault data from Keeper. Once you have your data file ready, import it to Bitwarden using this helpful guide.
See how Info-Tech Research Group ranked Keeper and Bitwarden in the Software Reviews Password Management Data Quadrant Report.
To migrate from Dashlane to Bitwarden, reference this helpful guide on the topic with step-by-step instructions for getting started.
Visit the Bitwarden vs. Dashlane page to see how the features and pricing of these solutions compare. For more comparisons, see how Info-Tech Research Group ranked Dashlane and Bitwarden in the Software Reviews Password Management Data Quadrant Report.
Yes, all URLs are encrypted within the Bitwarden vault and never shared with third-parties. For more information on the Bitwarden business model, please see the post Defining and sustaining value for Bitwarden users.
Names of folders, collections, items, & attachments
All fields for all item types (logins, credit cards, identities, and secure notes)
All custom field name/value combinations
Administrative data contains information connected to your Bitwarden account, including account creation, usage of the Bitwarden Service and support, and billing. Learn more about administrative data in this help article.
Bitwarden maintains automated backups for disaster recovery, which operate in accordance with the company's data retention policies. Bitwarden databases use data encryption and backups are encrypted at rest.
If a user were to delete a Bitwarden account or organization, the account or organization in question would be permanently deleted, including all data associated with it. Learn more about how Bitwarden stores your data in this help article.
You can share for free! Any account can create a free 2-person organization, where you can invite one other Bitwarden user to share passwords between you both. If you join a Family, Teams, or Enterprise organization, you are automatically upgraded to a premium account for free.
Easily upgrade your individual account to a Families plan by following the steps listed in this help article.
To import data into your individual Bitwarden vault from another password management solution or file, check out this article for instructions.
To import data directly into a Bitwarden organization from another password management solution or file, check out this article for instructions.
If you experience errors while importing data into an individual Bitwarden account or organization, reference this help article for troubleshooting.
You can always add vault data into an individual vault or organization by manually creating a vault item. Learn how to manage vault items in this help article.
An organization relates Bitwarden users and vault items of a particular entity (family, company, team, enterprise, or group of people). Members of an organization are granted access to an organization vault, where vault items including logins, identities, credit cards, and secure notes can be shared between users.
Bitwarden offers a variety of organizations to meet your business's or family's needs. For feature-by-feature breakdowns of each organization type, see the About Bitwarden plans help article.
The primary method of sharing vault items in Bitwarden is via collections. Collections are organization-equivalents to folders where vault items can be grouped together and securely shared. Learn how to use, create and manage collections in this help article.
Yes, Bitwarden offers several options for self-hosting your password management. Find more information on self-hosting Bitwarden with these resources:
Users should be aware that autofill on pageload is turned off by default. Visit this help center article to learn how to turn on this functionality. If you are still having issues autofilling credentials from the browser extension for a specific website, try setting up a linked custom field to force autofill. You should also disable your browser’s built-in password manager to ensure autofilling with Bitwarden works as intended. Check out this help article for more information on using autofill on the Bitwarden browser extension.
For privacy-minded individuals who may not want a Bitwarden vault to submit icon requests on their behalf, these requests can be disabled under settings. Learn more about disabling website icons for your Bitwarden account in this helpful guide.
Bitwarden complies with GDPR, HIPAA, Privacy Shield, and CCPA privacy standards and conducts frequent third-party security audits by leading security firms, Cure53 and Insight Risk Consulting. Bitwarden is SOC 2 compliant and the open source codebase is regularly reviewed and scrutinized by a globally engaged community. Learn more about Bitwarden security on our compliance page.