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NordPass | Password Manager For Free by NordVPN

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Posted 28th May
It looks like NordVPN just launched new product called Nordpass. You can generate strong password and store them in one place. Also, 1000 people could potentially get 1 year of NordPass Premium for free. You just have to enter your email on their website. Will try this one out!
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shonkygeeza28/05/2019 13:09

Heck there's a lot of"keepass" options in the playstore?!?


Use Bitwarden pal
Bitwarden is the way to go and run it on your own server
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This looks dodge to me. Can't see any mention on the nordvpn website. Why wouldn't they advertise it there?
MrWani28/05/2019 10:05

This looks dodge to me. Can't see any mention on the nordvpn website. Why …This looks dodge to me. Can't see any mention on the nordvpn website. Why wouldn't they advertise it there?



Asked the VPN customer support and they confirmed its their product.
Edited by: "kautya" 28th May
Good find but doesn’t looks legit or from nordvpn, If it’s “legit” then should be runout by now.....
Would you really trust ANY VPN with your passwords? Come on guys........
Why should I use NordPass and not L LastPass?
It seems that more and more companies want your passwords?
Plenty of free open source password managers around.
Not sure about this one at all.
parsimony28/05/2019 10:32

Plenty of free open source password managers around.Not sure about this …Plenty of free open source password managers around.Not sure about this one at all.


Do you have recommendations?
Thanks, wasn't aware of it. People should also check out KeePass.
All your passwords belong to us
maxyone128/05/2019 10:26

Why should I use NordPass and not L LastPass?It seems that more and more …Why should I use NordPass and not L LastPass?It seems that more and more companies want your passwords?



I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password manager that got hacked. As password security services go, that would be a massive red flag to me.
Thanks for sharing
heat added as nordvpn is really good. i use norton truekey password manager. i am happy. but thanks for sharing
kkostovas28/05/2019 10:45

KeePass.



just checked that website and i feel i was back to 1998 when i used win95 for browsing the web
Tootsahoy28/05/2019 11:01

I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password …I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password manager that got hacked. As password security services go, that would be a massive red flag to me.


Looks like you also don't understand what was the outcome from that hack. Make your research again...
I'd recommend KeePass if you're looking for a password manager. It's FOSS and has plenty of plugins which can replicate the functionality offered by the premium services, it's just down to you to sync the data across your devices etc.

Tootsahoy28/05/2019 11:01

I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password …I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password manager that got hacked. As password security services go, that would be a massive red flag to me.


Even though I don't use them, it's not that big of a concern. From what I understand, everything is encrypted locally before sending to LastPass and the decryption (i.e your password & keys) never hit their servers. So even if someone gained access to the data, it'd be of no use unless they're able to decrypt AES-256 (that has been hashed).

Naturally though they'd be a big target for hackers, just like any company storing valuable data.
Edited by: "CFC2011" 28th May
sisqoboy228/05/2019 11:13

android?


Good question. Linux.

As a Google product I regard Android as already compromised and not use for serious stuff. Good for HUKD though.

Mozilla released their password manager recently, Lockbox. I haven't tried it yet.
Also take a look at Myki - myki.com
It's free.

"The security of an offline password manager.
The convenience of a cloud connected one."
Edited by: "Deviant." 28th May
I've been used Keypass for several years now.

I don't know how well it compares to the latest and greatest password managers, but I think its great!
kkostovas28/05/2019 10:45

KeePass.



Ive used KeePass for quite a while now. Superb and probs the best out there. Got it synced up to my phone (android) and works like a charm there too
Passwords are easy 1234 never been hacked yet
I use password safe and manually sync to the cloud. That way I can deny it network access so I know it isn't doing anything dodge.
Heck there's a lot of"keepass" options in the playstore?!?
shonkygeeza28/05/2019 13:09

Heck there's a lot of"keepass" options in the playstore?!?


Use Bitwarden pal
sisqoboy228/05/2019 11:12

just checked that website and i feel i was back to 1998 when i used win95 …just checked that website and i feel i was back to 1998 when i used win95 for browsing the web


Keepass are the best. Used them for a decade

Constantly updates. No one controls your password but you. You can use .key files for extra security
Can someone explain who something like keepass works to a dummy like me
Bitwarden is the way to go and run it on your own server
shonkygeeza28/05/2019 10:45

Do you have recommendations?


Post-it note in your wallet
On a more serious note...i actually have seen people in shops taking out notes to remind them of their PIN numbers still. Baffling!

I have iOS and use 1Password. Had it for 3/4 years now and not had a problem with them.
Tootsahoy28/05/2019 11:01

I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password …I don't understand why anyone now uses Lastpass. They were the password manager that got hacked. As password security services go, that would be a massive red flag to me.


All passwords are encrypted client side before being sent to LastPass for storage. If an attacker stole or intercepted a password store, they would still need to get the encryption key in order to read the data. As long as you used a strong master password with sufficient entropy, the likelihood of that happening is extremely remote.
Edited by: "maxyone1" 28th May
I'm currently using Bitwarden. Free and has been really easy to use, works on all browsers and platforms.
parsimony28/05/2019 10:32

Plenty of free open source password managers around.Not sure about this …Plenty of free open source password managers around.Not sure about this one at all.



Could you please list some and/or their websites.. Thanks..
shonkygeeza28/05/2019 10:45

Do you have recommendations?



KeePassX has good credentials as many here seem to confirm but the one I use is PasswordSafe pwsafe.org/
margerisondave28/05/2019 15:35

Bitwarden is the way to go and run it on your own server


This kind of posts are going to get me financially ruined.
Really valuable information you provided sir.
Thanks.
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