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LastPass vs Passbolt: What are the differences?
Developers describe LastPass as "Password manager that works with all browsers & smartphones". LastPass Enterprise offers your employees and admins a single, unified experience that combines the power of SAML SSO coupled with enterprise-class password vaulting. LastPass is your first line of defense in the battle to protect your digital assets from the significant risks associated with employee password re-use and phishing. On the other hand, Passbolt is detailed as "Open source password manager for teams". Passbolt is an open source password manager for teams. It allows to securely store and share credentials, and is based on OpenPGP.
LastPass and Passbolt belong to "Password Management" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by LastPass are:
- Save as You Go
- Hassle-Free Login
- Centralize Your Data
On the other hand, Passbolt provides the following key features:
- - Free & open source
- - Respectful of privacy
- - Available as a web UI, and in command line
- Primarily designed for teams and not individuals
"Synchronised across browsers" is the top reason why over 16 developers like LastPass, while over 4 developers mention "Open source" as the leading cause for choosing Passbolt.
Passbolt is an open source tool with 1.14K GitHub stars and 110 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Passbolt's open source repository on GitHub.
Pros of LastPass
- Synchronised across browsers19
- Chrome plugin16
- Passwords stored encrpyted14
- All devices8
- Central servers do not have keys8
- Better then lesspass2
- The most cost-effective b/t Roboform and 1Password2
- company wide2
- Free plan1
Pros of Passbolt
- Open source7
- Firefox extension5
- Designed for teams5
- Docker image3
- Chrome extension3
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Cons of LastPass
- UI for admins is an inconsistent mess3
- Slow, unpredictable sync when sharing passwords2