Swifty is a free open source password manager for Linux, MacOS, and Windows. Swifty allows you to store logins, passwords, credit card information, and secure, sensitive notes on your local system. If you want to sync locally stored data, you can sync with Google Drive. It also comes with password generation and time-based one-time password support. It is released under the GNU General Public License v3.0 and is built on web technology.
All data is stored encrypted and can only be decrypted if you enter the master password. It also comes with a built-in password audit tool. This is still under active development. Other popular password managers include Bitwarden, Password Safe, AuthPass, Buttercup and KeePass.
Install Swifty Password Manager on Ubuntu
Swifty Password Manager is available as a portable AppImage and native deb package file. You can easily install Swifty using the command line tool terminal.
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Install Swifty via AppImage.
Download Swifty in the portable .AppImage file format from the download link above and save it in your download folder. The file name downloaded here is “Swifty-0.6.4.AppImage”. You can change the following commands based on the downloaded file name. Open a terminal command line application (ctrl + alt + t) and run the following commands one at a time.
sudo chmod +x ~ Swifty-0.6.4.AppImage
Install Swifty via DEB.
Download Swifty in .deb file format from the quick download link above and save it in your download folder. In the terminal app, run the following command to install Swifty Password Manager.
sudo dpkg -i Swifty_0.6.4_amd64.deb
The file name downloaded by “Swifty_0.6.4_amd64.deb” here.
sudo apt install -f