So, if you didn't switch from LastPass to Bitwarden yet, now is the time.
Changes to LastPass Free - The LastPass Blog https://blog.lastpass.com/2021/02/changes-to-lastpass-free/
@rasterman OK. With Bitwarden, I have the opportunity to access and manage my passwords and other sensitive info from all my devices anywhere and have them backed up in the case my personal backup has problems. Everything is encoded on my devices so the sensitive information is never on BW's servers. If I don't want to be dependent on Bitwarden's servers, I can host the whole thing myself, on my own server. But that's not necessary because even if BW goes offline, I don't lose my passwords.
@rasterman The data is encrypted using your master password. It's decrypted only when you access it on your device. In this way it can be synchronized across the devices (through the bitwarden server) without being readable by anyone who doesn't have the master password. If you are offline, you can still access your passwords because they are already synchronized to all your devices since last change was made.
there is no known way of breaking asymmetric RSA cyphre (the basis of modern cryptography), so the data being sent should be impossible to break into, not to mention that the computational complexity is at a point, when no server could do in until the heat-death...
That being said..... once the hacker is on your PC, it is a different story.
...And there is a theoretical algorythm that should be able to break the RSA on a quantim combuter instantly...
@s173nc3r I really consider Bitwarden objectively better than LastPass in all aspects and it's completely free (and open source). The only reason for staying with LastPass is "I don't have time / skills to migrate my passwords".
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