KeePass: Great and Secure Password Management and More!
Updated January 09, 2020

KeePass: Great and Secure Password Management and More!

Matt James | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with KeePass

We have more than 400 machines that we manage and over 1000 users/accounts. Trying to remember all of those service accounts and passwords is difficult especially when each one has to be unique. KeePass does 2 things. First, it helps us store all of those service accounts and passwords in one easy and convenient database. And second, it keeps that database secure so we don't have to worry about anyone peeking where they shouldn't be.
  • Password management is great. It makes it super easy to store and view accounts if we can not remember particular login information.
  • The password generator is great as well! I like that it will generate a very unique and complex password for us.
  • It is nice to know how secure our passwords are when we add a new entry. It lets us know if we need to strengthen them.
  • Viewing of passwords is kind of clunky. Then again I might be doing it wrong to view them. I basically have to "edit" the entry then unmask the password to view it. But like I said, I might be doing it wrong.
  • The import function needs a bit of work. Importing passwords from a browser is just a mass import and it would be nice to have some more granular input.
  • Give me a dark mode!
  • Positive. All of our usernames and passwords for service accounts are in one convenient location.
  • Positive. The ability to organize everything into separate locations/folders is great.
  • Positive. Password generator makes it easy for us to generate a secure password for our accounts.
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I was actually recommended this product by a colleague of mine and we have used it ever since. It is well suited for small to large IT departments that have a large number of service accounts and/or online service accounts such as Dropbox, Splashtop, Exchange, etc. For the home user, I would maybe recommend it if he/she wanted to keep track of personal accounts, numbers, recovery codes, etc. But this is mainly more for the business user.