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  1. Bitwarden is the easiest and safest way to store all of your logins and passwords while conveniently keeping them synced between all of your devices. 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.
  2. Hello all, First time posting here, but I have been browsing for some time. I really need your help as I feel like I’m banging my head against a brick wall. I’ve been on this task all weekend however no further along. I have read all the topics on this issue but can not find the cause of my problems. I have Bitwarden running in a Docker (which I downloaded, not self composed) and it has.

Bitwarden is an open-source password manager. Using Bitwarden_rs, it is possible to create a self-hosted server, using little resources, enabling you to use all its features.

Is it a good practice to store ssh keys in Bitwarden? I understand I'd have to cut-and-paste to whatever file system. Wondering what other people do and how they use the software for this.

Bitwarden makes it possible to share and sync usernames and passwords across all devices and webbrowsers.

In this example I’ll be using two pc’s: One for compiling and one for hosting, because the VPS I run this on isn’t powerful enough to compile the binaries.

On compile machine

Install dependencies

Compile bitwarden_rs

Compile vault

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Clone and checkout repository

Patch web vault to work with Bitwarden RS

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Download the most recent Bitwarden_RS patch for the Bitwarden web vault. This can be done using one of two ways:

A. Download and apply a patch based on the version that you just checked out using git.

B. Does this give a 404 Not Found error? In that case there might not be new changes in the most recent Bitwarden web release that need to be patched in order to work with Bitwarden RS.

  • Go to https://github.com/dani-garcia/bw_web_builds/tree/master/patches.
  • Click on the patch that is closest to the version you checked out in git (visible by executing the command git tag --sort=v:refname tail -n1).
  • Click on “raw” to get a direct link to the patch file.
  • Download with wget and use git apply.

For example:

Build the web vault

NB: Do not run the following commands as root. Building the web vault will fail.

Copy

on remote host

Use this file as a template. Alter all uncommented variables to match your environment.

Add nginx vault.conf. The following config assumes that you have already installed and configured certbot / letsencrypt and retrieved a certificate.

Set up Fail2ban

If you are using Fail2Ban, you can add this configuration to keep out unwanted guests:

Set up logrotation

Over time, the Bitwarden_RS log file can grow to a significant size. Using logrotate, we can periodically rotate logs.

NB: To view a compressed log file without manually decompressing:

Backup

If you’d like to backup the bitwarden server, please use the following steps to do so

Export the sqlite database:

If you have already set up backups for other services, add these paths to your list of backup targets:

Upgrade Bitwarden RS and web vault

On build machine

Update system packages

Remove old build and sources

Upgrade Rust

Build Bitwarden RS

Build Bitwarden web vault

Clone Bitwarden web vault repository
Download the most recent Bitwarden_RS patch for the Bitwarden web vault

This can be done using one of two ways:

A. Download and apply a patch based on the version that you just checked out using git.

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B. Does this give a 404 Not Found error? In that case there might not be new changes in the most recent Bitwarden web release that need to be patched in order to work with Bitwarden RS.

  • Go to https://github.com/dani-garcia/bw_web_builds/tree/master/patches.
  • Click on the patch that is closest to the version you checked out in git (visible by executing the command git tag --sort=v:refname tail -n1).
  • Click on “raw” to get a direct link to the patch file.
  • Download with wget and use git apply.

For example:

Compile web vault

Bitwarden Ssh Server

Copy upgraded binary and vault

On remote / public machine

Update notes

  • 2020-07: Improved web-vault instructions, added upgrade steps.
  • 2020-08: Noticed missing nginx config example. Added this.
  • 2020-09: Added some cleanup steps.
  • 2020-10: Updated to latest versions. Added new configuration options. Include MySQL and PostgreSQL backends next to the existing SQLite backend in compile steps.
  • 2020-12: Update to latest versions. Added logrotate config.
  • 2021-04: A reader notified me that the Bitwarden admin Fail2ban regex in /etc/fail2ban/filter.d/bitwarden-admin.conf should be updated. Bitwarden no longer prepends the log entry with “Unauthorized Error: “. This has been corrected.

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Chapters:
0:00 Intro
0:20 Overview

1:07 Installing Raspberry Pi OS
https://www.raspberrypi.org/software/
1:30 Preparing SD Card
https://www.e-tinkers.com/2017/03/boot-raspberry-pi-with-wifi-on-first-boot/

2:12 Connecting with SSH & Installing Docker
2:58 Docker quick installation script
https://github.com/docker/docker-install
3:08 Docker web index
https://download.docker.com/linux/debian/dists/buster/pool/stable/armhf/
3:43 Installing Docker manually
4:07 Adding “pi” to Docker group
4:31 Testing Docker
4:46 Downloading Bitwarden server
docker run -d –name bitwarden -v /bw-data/:/data/ -p 8080:80 bitwardenrs/server:raspberry

6:13 Creating a self-signed HTTPS certificate
https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/wiki/Private-CA-and-self-signed-certs-that-work-with-Chrome
8:47 Running Bitwarden server with certificates
docker run -d –name bitwarden –restart unless-stopped -v /bw-data:/data -v /etc/ssl/certs:/ssl -e ROCKET_TLS='{certs=”/ssl/bitwarden.crt”,key=”/ssl/bitwarden.key”}’ -p 8080:80 bitwardenrs/server:raspberry

9:14 Installing our certificate
9:44 Installation in Firefox
10:22 Installation in Google Chrome
10:38 Installation on iOS
11:23 Installation on Android

11:46 Outro

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This video will show you how to self-host the password manager Bitwarden on a Raspberry Pi. With your own server, you have full control over your precious passwords. With Bitwarden_rs, you can even enjoy Bitwarden Premium features for free. We will cover Docker for running the server and create our own HTTPS certificate, so all communication with Bitwarden is encrypted.

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