Objective: Secure & private password management, prevent anyone from stealing your passwords.

Option 1: Store Keepass PW file in personal cloud service like OneDrive/GoogleDrive/etc , download file, use KeepassXC to Open

Option 2: Use ProtonPass or similar solution like Bitwarden

Option 3: Host a solution like Vaultwarden

Which would do you choose? Are there more options ? Assume strong masterpassword and strong technical skills

  • @[email protected]
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    8 months ago

    That PR might be a while…
    https://github.com/bitwarden/mobile/pull/2629#issuecomment-1731457466

    Considering that android is going to prevent users from importing a CA

    Edit:

    Wait, I think I have my wires crossed.
    I think android is removing the ability for apps to install certs.
    The user has to manually install a cert, and then select it in the app

    Edit again:
    Yeh, this is what I was thinking of:
    https://httptoolkit.com/blog/android-14-breaks-system-certificate-installation/

    But, thinking about it now, I doubt it will actually affect the feature

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      28 months ago

      “But, thinking about it now, I doubt it will actually affect the feature”

      It will not

      We don’t need to import a custom CA authority here just to insatll a client cert

    • @AbidanYre
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      18 months ago

      Using let’s encrypt is a lot easier to deal with on the client side than modifying CAs, although the initial set up of the server can be a pain in the ass if you’re new to it.