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  • Cyclonis Password Manager for Unlimited Devices: Lifetime Subscription for $38.99 - $33.99 w/promo code CPMUD5SAVE = $5.00.
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Cannot use coupon with the items in your cart.
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Code not working.
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worked for me..
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It works for me too. I think this deal worthy because this app cost $3/mo subscription on public web site. It just $5/lifetime.
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Check their privacy policy... maybe I'm just paranoid, but it seems others are as well.
But $5... that's a pint at a bar. 🤷🏼 ♂️

https://www.cyclonis.com/privacy-policy/
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Feedback on this vs the major open source free password manager?
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Your security should be taken more seriously. Been using codebook by zetetic for years. It's $10 for 5 devices I believe. Would highly recommend. Does not store password database on any servers so it is very secure. Syncs across devices through local wifi or your cloud storage account only. Small, niche company that treats the utility like their bread and butter so excellent customer service if you ever have any issues.
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Just use bitwarden, open source and free. You can even host it yourself
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Anyone know how this compares to Dashlane?
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Keepass FT(Secure)W!
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Let's name all the pwd managers. It's what everyone does in all these type of threads. I'm happy to see we even name the obscure ones now too. The more the merrier.
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I'm a big fan of Bitwarden. If you're a bit technically inclined, I just did a write-up on how to host it yourself on Google Cloud's 'always free' f1-micro tier. I've been using it for a couple weeks now and it's working flawlessly. Takes about 5 minutes to set up, just need a Google Cloud account (free) and a Cloudflare account with a DNS entry ready to go.

https://github.com/dadatuputi/bitwarden_gcloud


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Your security should be taken more seriously. Been using codebook by zetetic for years. It's $10 for 5 devices I believe. Would highly recommend. Does not store password database on any servers so it is very secure. Syncs across devices through local wifi or your cloud storage account only. Small, niche company that treats the utility like their bread and butter so excellent customer service if you ever have any issues.
If you use a cloud provider, that sounds no different than using any other password manager since they all encrypt it with your master password. I guess there's a lower chance of a phishing attack. Wi-Fi syncing sounds pretty cool, assuming it's a decentralized sync with your other devices.
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