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There are a few significant differences with Bitwarden that make it one of the more popular choices among cybersecurity experts and technology geeks alike.
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While there is awareness of password security best practices, there is still work to be done to put that awareness to full use, a Bitwarden survey reveals.
Type "what's the best way to remember passwords?" into Google, and you'll get shy of 2 billion answers. No wonder 59% of people are doing it wrong.
Most Brits aren’t familiar with password security best practices, the report further claims. More than a third of the respondents use the same passwords for anywhere between five and ten sites, and tend to share their credentials with other people.
Announcing the results of a new global password management survey. A majority of Americans rely on memory to keep track of passwords yet nearly one-third reset their passwords daily or multiple times per week because they’ve forgotten them.
April 21, 2021
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Bitwarden by it self looks, from my perspective, a simple to use and more intuitive product, and it has everything you would expect from a good password manager.
April 08, 2021
Creo que Bitwarden es la mejor alternativa, no solo porque he leído un consenso de usuarios de reddit al respecto, sino también por sus características y porque ya la he venido usando.
One of the last truly free password management apps is also an excellent choice to keep you safe online
March 17, 2021
“Part of our philosophy is that basic password management should be free for everyone,” stated Michael Crandell, CEO of Bitwarden.
The Android app and the platform at large are getting a new option - Send, an ability to send text info with the same encryption tools as the password keeper.
This truly is a safe way to send passwords. Or, at least, the safest method I’ve seen yet.
Bitwarden Send lets you share multiple types of data to another person, fully encrypted.
Announcing the release of Bitwarden Send, an innovative feature for one-to-one secure information sharing now available on all Bitwarden clients. Bitwarden Send allows any user to securely share a piece of information, such as text or a file, with another person temporarily to reduce the risk of exploitation and data loss. You do not need to have a Bitwarden account to receive a Send.
Now Bitwarden has upped the ante by adding a feature it calls Send, which allows you to send files or text (including, if you wish, passwords) securely via end-to-end AES-256 bit encryption, using a link on its site.
We've all been in the situation where a sensitive piece of information such as a password needs to be shared with someone else. It's hard to do so in a completely secure way, but Bitwarden says it has solved that problem.
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