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How to migrate from LastPass to Keepass
Today is March 18th 2021. LastPass has recently changed the scope of its free tier. Due to new restrictions in functionality, a lot of users are on the hunt for a new password manager. As readers of this website might know, my favorite password manager is an open-source program, called Keepass. This short guide will help you to migrate from LastPass to Keepass. Figure 1: Migrate from LastPass to Keepass If you still need arguments why one should use a password manager, I can only recommend my fabulous How to password article and the How to use Keepass.
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How to use Keepass
IntroductionKeepass is an open-source password manager. You can read why you should use a password-manager in this article. One of the biggest benefits, besides having all of my user accounts and passwords stored in one safe place, is that I do not have to think about my passwords anymore. No need to care how complicated my passwords really are. Figure 1: Open source password manager Keepass Password managers are made to support you with the following functions:
How to password
IntroductionMaybe you can relate with one of our two protagonists: Okay mum, we are nearly done! Now, all I need is your Google account password. Instead of an answer I see a short rush of panic flush over my mum’s face. I am in the middle of family tech-support duty, restoring a beat-down smartphone, during the Christmas holidays, at the coffee table. Let’s talk about password management - Yay!