AuthPass is a free and open source Keepass compatible password manager for Linux, Windows, Android, iOS and MacOS. It is released under the GPL-3.0 license and is based on Flutter. You can use it to save your password and share it across all your devices. Supports Keepass kdbx 3.x and kdbx 4.x file formats. You can load/decrypt kdbx using a password or key file. Generate a secure random password and use groups to organize your passwords. You can open multiple password files at the same time. It saves all your passwords in your system and the open Keepass format. However, you can sync your passwords using native Google Drive, Dropbox Integation, or the proprietary NextCloud or OwnCloud (WebDAV) integration.
Install AuthPass Password Manager on Ubuntu
AuthPass Password Manager can be installed from Snap and its official PPA.
Install AuthPass via Snap.
Open the Ubuntu terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and run this AuthPass Password Manager snap install command.
sudo snap install authpass
If required, enter the Ubuntu user password. Then run this
sudo snap connect authpass:password-manager-service
You can set it from the application list or using the following command in the terminal.
Install AuthPass via PPA.
You can also install it from the official PPA. Run the following commands one at a time in your terminal app.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:codeux.design/authpass
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install authpass
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