Free cross-platform password manager compatible with KeePass
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KeeWeb is all of us
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Everyone who has supported KeeWeb. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.
Keeweb has been a key part of my personal workflow for the last 3 years. Loving the tool and its UI, highly recommended.
I'm a big fan of KeyWeb. Particularly that it's cross-platform. Thanks.
Ryan C. Thompson
Keeweb is one of my most heavily used and relied-upon applications, and it's fantastic at what it does.
Free and Open
- the app is free (gratis) and will always remain free, at least for personal use;
- as well as it is and will be ad-free;
- KDBX format used in KeeWeb is a well-known format recognized by a lot of apps, there's absolutely no vendor lock-in;
- you don't have to install anything to run KeeWeb, just go to app.keeweb.info;
- the source code is available on GitHub, check it out to understand what happens inside your password manager;
- KeeWeb can be easily self-hosted in a number of ways;
- last but not least, the code is provided under a liberal MIT license, so that other developers can build their apps based on technologies used in KeeWeb.
- website: screenshots and features
- web app: run it online in any modern browser
- desktop apps: for macOS, Windows, and Linux
- GitHub repo: source code
- FAQ: answers to popular questions
- Twitter: updates
Where does the money go?
- code signing certificates for Windows and macOS;
- website hosting;
- domain names;
- resources for testing the app on different platforms;
- licenses for software used to create KeeWeb;
- hardware tokens for storing private keys;
- researching alternatives available on the market;
- time spent on answering questions, providing support, debugging, reviewing code, and so on.
- cover all costs of building the project and keeping it up-to-date;
- have an active Apple Developer account to update the certificates;
- upgrade the hosting solution;
- allocate more time for the project.
- conduct an external security audit;
- develop an app for iOS and Android.
- have a full-time maintainer;
- build an enterprise solution.