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What Is Bitwarden Send and should you use it to secure your private data?

Make Use Of
Sandeep Babu

Bitwarden Send is an encrypted file-sharing feature of Bitwarden—a popular open-source password manager. This information-sharing method is end-to-end encrypted, meaning Bitwarden cannot see your data being sent through the service.

February 3, 2023
bitwarden send, secure sharing

10 steps every business can take to avoid a cybersecurity breach

Louis Columbus

Password managers save time and secure the thousands of passwords a company uses, making this an easy decision to implement. Choosing one with advanced password generation, such as Bitwarden, will help users create more hardened, secure passwords.

January 27, 2023
business, security tips

Apple @ Work Podcast: Building a healthy password management ecosystem

Bradley Chambers

In this episode of Apple @ Work, Bradley chats with Gary Orenstein from Bitwarden about self hosting, FIDO, open standards, the acquisition of, and the role of healthy password management in the enterprise.

January 24, 2023
podcast, interview

5 Things LastPass Customers Need to Do After the Latest Breach

Attila Tomaschek

CNET's top password manager is a highly secure and open-source LastPass alternative. Bitwarden's free tier allows you to use the password manager across an unlimited number of devices across device types.

January 23, 2023

Bitwarden buys up passwordless authentication company
Callum Cyrus

The partners immediately launched a beta sign up for Bitwarden's customers. The hope is that's open source, FIDO2-compliant user verification tools, such as passkeys sent to the user's smartphone, will expand Bitwarden's presence into non-password verification.

January 18, 2023
passwordless, company, news release

Bitwarden snaps up

Lewis Maddison

Open source password manager Bitwarden has announced its acquisition of, an API that uses cutting-edge FIDO2 WebAuthn standards.

January 18, 2023
passwordless, news release

How to export your LastPass passwords & switch to an alternative

Tech Advisor
Jim Martin

We’ll also show you how to import those passwords into Bitwarden. We think it’s a good choice because it’s open source, so anyone can inspect its code, and this makes it trustworthy. It has a free tier which is a lot like LastPass used to offer, allowing you to use unlimited devices and access your passwords and other data from any of your devices.

January 18, 2023
migration, company

Bitwarden acquires to help companies authenticate users without passwords

Paul Sawers

Open source password management platform Bitwarden has made its first known acquisition, snapping up a fledgling Sweden-based startup called, which specializes in helping developers integrate passwordless authentication technology into their software.

January 18, 2023
company, passwordless, news release

How to export LastPass passwords to Bitwarden

Sead Fadilpašić

If you’re thinking about swapping LastPass for a more secure, flexible, open-source solution, Bitwarden is a superb choice.

January 17, 2023
company, migration

For password protection, dump LastPass for open source Bitwarden

The Register
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols

For better or worse, we still need passwords, and to protect and organize them, I recommend the open source Bitwarden password manager. For my money, or no money at all, you can't beat Bitwarden.

January 16, 2023
company, migration

Is it worth paying for security software in 2023?

Evening Standard
Barry Collins

Free security protection is all that most people need for a personal computer or mobile phone. A dedicated password manager such as 1Password is an excellent security add-on and this tool will cost roughly £30 per year on its own, albeit the free Bitwarden is another strong option.

January 12, 2023
security tips

Everything you’ve been told about passwords is a lie

The Washington Post
Shira Ovide

Taking just one of these steps can improve your online security. But the real goal is killing passwords.

January 10, 2023
industry, security tips

Bitwarden on Ask The Tech Guys 1956
Leo Laporte

Leo Laporte explains how to move to Bitwarden from another password manager on Ask the Tech Guys.

January 10, 2023
company, migration

3 simple, free ways to improve your online security in 2023

Fast Company
Doug Aamoth

Instead, use a password manager. These tools generate strong, unique passwords for each of your accounts and store them securely. Bitwarden is a great, free one that’s not tied to any particular platform.

January 9, 2023
security tips

Leaving LastPass? Here’s Where To Go Next

Barry Collins

Having tried several password managers over the years, Bitwarden is the one that I’ve grown to rely on and trust. It has several advantages over LastPass, not least that it’s free for personal use!

December 29, 2022
company, review

The best apps on Android and iOS to download on your new smartphone

Igor Bonifacic

If you only take one piece of advice away from this article, it's that you should download a password manager. If you’ve never used one before, it’s hard to go wrong with Bitwarden.

December 28, 2022
round-up, apps

Prediction: In 2023, Consumers Will Take Back Control of (Some of) Their Data

Gary Orenstein

Consumers are constantly asked to share personal data — whether browsing a website or shopping at your local grocery store. For the most part, studies show they're fine with it. But in 2023, a more cautious attitude toward data protection and privacy will start to emerge as employers roll out monitoring software and the politics of privacy heat up in D.C.

December 28, 2022
industry, passwordless

Bitwarden Unified: easier self-hosting of the password manager

Martin Brinkmann

Bitwarden Unified is a new solution for the Bitwarden password manager to host, manage and control the password management infrastructure. It is currently in Beta and developed by Bitwarden itself. The service is available for all Bitwarden customers.

December 27, 2022
product updates

Trusted Recommends: All the 5-star products of 2022

Trusted Reviews
Thomas Deehan

Devices can only obtain a five-star rating when they are deemed to be best-in-class, either greatly improving upon previous tech or bringing something new to the table that changes the conversation completely.

December 23, 2022
review, round-up

CNET's Editors' Choice Awards: The Best Products and Services for 2023

Eric Franklin, Rich Brown, Connie Guglielmo

Our annual awards recognize more than 80 fantastic products and services with staying power.

December 14, 2022
round-up, company


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