Let’s check out the some of the password manager for Ubuntu operating system.
List Of Password Manager For Ubuntu
Install KeePassXC Password Manager On Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
You need to add the PPA of KeePassXC before proceeding for installation. Now, You need to run the following commands to install KeePassXC Password Manager on Ubuntu Systems:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:phoerious/keepassxc sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install keepassxc
Revelation is a password manager for ubuntu. It is available for the GNOME desktop. Some of the features of the Revelation are:
- Store passwords encrypted
- Store passwords organizated
- Autolock on idle or when desktop locks
- Import from and export to different formats
How to install Revelation on Ubuntu
Run the following command on Ubuntu to install revelation password manager:
sudo apt-get install revelation
3) Figaro’s Password Manager 2
FPM2 is GTK2 port from Figaro’s Password Manager. Some of the features of this password manager are:
- Passwords are encrypted with the AES-256 (old version use blowfish) algorithm.
- Key for encryption is generated with PBKDF2 using HMAC–SHA-256 with 8192 iterations.
- Optionally you can use two-factor authentication. For decrypt list of passwords you must know master password and you must have key file.
- Copy passwords or usernames to the clipboard/primary selection.
- If the password is for a web site, FPM2 can keep track of the URLs of your login screens and can automatically launch your browser. In this capacity, FPM2 acts as a kind of bookmark manager.
- Combine all three features: you can configure FPM2 to bring you to a web login screen, copy your username to the clipboard and your password to the primary selection, all with a single button click.
- FPM2 also has a password generator that can choose passwords for you. It allows you to determine how long the password should be, and what types of characters (lower case, upper case, numbers and symbols) should be used. You can even have it avoid ambiguous characters such as a capital O or the number zero.
Install FPM2 on Ubuntu using following command:
sudo apt-get install fpm2
LastPass is one of the popular password manager available for Ubuntu. LastPass is a cross-platform password managing service. Please visit this link to get the LastPass free service.
5) Universal Password Manager
Universal Password Manager (UPM) is a lightweight password manager which is loaded with useful features. It allows you to store usernames, passwords, URLs and generic notes in an encrypted database protected by one master password. UPM runs on Android, Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Install UPM in Ubuntu using the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:adriansmith/upm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install upm
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