Password Safe is a free open source password manager for Linux. You can use it to securely store your passwords and even create and import new KeePass Safes. It is fully integrated with the GNOME desktop, but can be used with any Linux desktop. Passwords can be grouped together. It comes with automatic database locking and session locking when inactive, attaching files, assigning colors to password entries, finding, moving and deleting entries.
Install Password Safe on Ubuntu
Password Safe is available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu systems. To install Password Safe, you must first install flatpak on your system. If you don’t have flatpak, please install flatpak from the link below.
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How to install flatpak on Ubuntu
After installing flatpak, reboot your system, open the terminal app (ctrl + alt + t) and run it under the Password Safe flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.PasswordSafe
You can open Password Safe with the following command.
flatpak run org.gnome.PasswordSafe