Bitwarden Qnap

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Bitwarden Qnap

Long-time KeePass user here, I wanted some change and a bit more ease of use (as well as compatibility for Firefox Quantum) bitwarden seems to be the perfect solution. Only problem: I don't like relying on other servers and was thinking about self-hosting on my little QNAP NAS (TS-228 1 GB of RAM and Arm V7 1,1 Ghz Dual-Core). BitWarden Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations. Solve your password management problems The easiest and safest way for individuals, teams, and business organizations to store, share, and sync sensitive data.

Password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.
Solve your password management problems
The easiest and safest way for individuals, teams, and business organizations to store, share, and sync sensitive data
YOUR ONLINE SAFETY IS AT RISK
Password theft is a serious problem. The websites and apps that you use are under attack every day. Security breaches occur and your passwords are stolen. When you reuse the same passwords everywhere hackers can easily access your email, bank, and other important accounts.
HOW DO YOU STAY SAFE?
Security experts recommend that you use a different, randomly generated password for every online account that you create. But how are you supposed to remember and keep up with that many passwords? Bitwarden helps you create and manage secure passwords so that you can get back to enjoying your life online.
[ QPKG Integration] - Based on BitWarden_rs
use port 8000
disable all ADBlock on webrowser (or create rules)
prefix install : /opt/Bitwarden
Note: building the Vault needs ~1.5GB of RAM. On systems like a RaspberryPI with 1GB or less, please enable swapping or build it on a more powerful machine and copy the directory from there. This much memory is only needed for building it, running bitwarden_rs with vault needs only about 10MB of RAM
BUY IT NOW
Your gratitude and finance will help me to continue integration of this QPKG and maintain up to date versions.
Greetings to
dani-garcia : https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/

1. Security & Encryption

A good password manager stores your data securely by using strong encryption to protect your data while it’s on your computer, on the password manager’s server and moving between the two. Deciphering this encryption is almost impossible when password managers use industry-standard encryption like Advanced Encryption Standard. We also checked for up-to-date security methods, two-factor authentication and whether the password manager ever had a third-party security audit.

2. App Compatibility

Password managers aren’t very useful if you can’t use them everywhere, so we compared the types of hardware and software Bitwarden and KeePass were compatible with. We looked at three types of compatibility, which included compatibility with operating systems on desktops and laptops, browsers and iOS and Android for mobile devices.

3. Usability & Ease of Use

Qnap

We compared Bitwarden and KeePass on ease of set up and use because a good password manager should be simple to download, set up and create a list of your passwords. The interface should also be easy to operate, so you can generate new, stronger passwords and autofill usernames and passwords on logins. We also checked how well they worked with biometric logins for users who have face or fingerprint scanning on their phone, laptop or tablet.

4. Password Sharing

While password sharing is a common feature for paid password managers, it’s not always offered in free ones. We researched secure sharing capabilities and how many people could share at a time. This feature is especially important for families who want to share online accounts or bill pay sites or companies who need to share email, social media accounts or other account logins.

5. Price

Bitwarden Qnap Install

The cost for password managers run the gamut from free to $90 annually or more, depending on how many people are sharing the application. Most password managers advertise a monthly subscription price, but fees are usually billed annually. Any paid password manager should offer unlimited password storage, but free applications often do as well, so we researched storage capacities along with cost.