Re: Accessible password managers, again.

Tyler Wood


My go to will always be key pass.

Free, open source, ability to put your database *wherever* you want, easy to run on any operating system of your choice and lots of configuration options.

I will never touch 1 password – for one it’s paid – and for 2 having my passwords in the cloud when that cloud could be breached at any moment much easier than my database on a thumb drive, and has been before. Why have a password manager at all in that case?

That is, of course, my opinion, and common sense is still one’s best friend.


From: <> On Behalf Of Nimer Jaber
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 3:20 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible password managers, again.


Chrome should work, as should Firefox, but you want a 3rd-party, which is probably smart, give 1password a try. Also, I played around with bitwarden, and it seemed to work pretty well also.




On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 1:09 PM Hareth <hareth4m@...> wrote:

I was playing with
on windows10, desktop app an chrome and waterfox / firefox extensions.
I start liking it
Later tonight, going to try the android app and see what's going on there.
For sure it worth the try.

On 1/15/20, René Linke <rene.linke@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I recommend to use KeePass Safe, it is completely based on XML
> structures of import/export files.
> It has many extensions, and it works well with NVDA.
> René




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