Passwarden vs Buttercup: What are the differences?
What is Passwarden? Secure storage for your passwords & personal information. It is an easy and safe password manager. Store your passwords and other important data protected by encryption. Auto-fill login details, generate strong passwords, protect your stored data, and access your passwords from any device.
What is Buttercup? Free and open source password manager for Windows/Mac/Linux. Buttercup is a cross-platform, free, and open source password manager based on NodeJS.
Passwarden and Buttercup can be primarily classified as "Password Management" tools.
Some of the features offered by Passwarden are:
- Duress mode
- Password sharing
- Data encryption
On the other hand, Buttercup provides the following key features:
- Supports loading and saving credentials archives both locally and remotely. Remote archives can be stored in a variety of service providers like Dropbox, ownCloud and Nextcloud (and others that support WebDAV, such as Yandex)
- Archives store groups and entries in a simple hierarchy. Both groups and entries can be moved into other groups. Deleted items are trashed before being removed permanently.
- Basic merge conflict resolution when 2 changes are made at once on the file (locally or remote).
Buttercup is an open source tool with 3.36K GitHub stars and 258 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Buttercup's open source repository on GitHub.