Bitwarden – An Open Source Alternative to LastPass

I'm Kev and I'm a Cyber Security professional from the UK. I started this blog so that I could share my thoughts on the things that interest me. That's usually technology, Linux, open source, and motorbikes.

Leave a Reply

Comment as a guest.

  1. The Bitwarden and LastPass Family accounts are quite different. The LastPass Family account includes 6 Premium licenses (so if you need more than 2 and less than 6 this is the cheapest way to get LastPass Premium). Bitwarden Family account allows sharing among 5 users. Those users will have the free version or have to pay $10 a year for Premium. Comparing apples with apples, more than 3 Bitwarden Premium users as a family is more expensive than LastPass:

    4 x Bitwarden Premium with Family = $52
    4 (up to 6) x LastPass Premium Family = $48

    Note that this information comes from reading about them. I haven’t actually used Family accounts from either provider.

  2. Thank you for sharing. I will try bitwarden. I am going to try and install the docker version.
    I wonder if it will still work if there is no internet.

    1. It will. Any changes you make are cached locally whilst offline. Once you’re online, the changes will be synced.

Read Next

Sliding Sidebar