Best Password Managers for Linux

By on August 4th, 2016

Password manager is a tool that helps to store your authentication details which is in encrypted and locked. To unlock the encrypted password, it requires a single password. Once it is unlocked then we have full access to all our authentication system. Password managers are for those who store their login credentials without any security or plain text.


1) KeePassX

KeePassX is a high demand password usage manager for Linux especially on secure personal data management. The KeePassX provides the storage facility for different and many information’s such as user names, passwords, urls, attachments and comments in one single database. For each entry we can modify the icons and tittles for better management and flexibility for the users. It also provides full database or a single database search facility using an integrated search function. The secure password generation is possible with a small utility. The database is under complete encryption with AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) or Twofish encryption algorithm using a 256 bit key. So the information stored are much safer. The databases in KeePassX is compatible with the Kee Password Safe. The KeePassX can setup a master password for the password manager while setting up.

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2) GPassword Manager

GPassword Manager is a powerful cross platform highly used password manager which is more user friendly and easy to use interface than that of KeePassX. The features of the GPassword Manager that make it compatible for most high level computer users. In GPassword Manager we can easily access our most-used passwords/URLs from a simple desktop icon. GPassword Manager Utility uses crypto ++ encryption method which can be used in Windows and Linux. This feature avoids the conflict of the database used in different platforms without any assistance of any other software. GPassword Manager uses AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption with Capability Maturity Model for more security and to authenticate the data.

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3) My Passwords

My Passwords is simple and allows users to store login credentials to a file easily. The encryption algorithm used here is AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) which gives the user the freedom to create a secure and fast password repository. The most exciting feature is that it does not need to install and so it provides fast utility experience.

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4) Fiagaro’s Password Manager 2

Fiagaro’s Password Manager 2 is another secure utility for password management in Linux. Fiagaro’s Password Manager 2 uses AES – 256 (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption for the database which stores all the login credentials (it uses master password that should be set up once you started the program first).


5) Gringotts

Gringotts is a password manager which provides the user the possibility to store the notes as a secured encrypted storage by symmetrical ciphers. The encrypted user desired data is implemented by the set of eight different algorithms. Gringotts is an old project which is not as secure as other password managers, but it is easier to use. This utility also provides a hashing and compression methods.


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2 Responses to “Best Password Managers for Linux”


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