KeePass is a great password manager!
Robert Gephart | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 07, 2019

KeePass is a great password manager!

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with KeePass

KeePass is a software option that our employees can use to create and store passwords. Due to the need to log into multiple websites and change our passwords frequently, we needed a password manager to both to create and store these passwords.
  • Creates unique passwords for each login that you require.
  • Keeps a local encrypted copy of your passwords on your computer.
  • It is easy to find/look-up login credentials for each login. The user interface is well designed.
  • Keepass is kept locally on your computer. It takes a cloud service in order to keep it current on multiple computers.
  • Some websites do not work with the autofill feature in KeePass. Instead, you will find yourself on the reset password page. KeePass doesn't try to read the website before it pushes the autofill data.
  • The file on your computer is encrypted, but it is local and fairly easy to find on your computer.
  • It has kept passwords randomized and safe for the employees who use it.
  • It is free so it provides great value.
  • It is important that people use different passwords for each website.
Even though KeePass keeps your files encrypted locally on your hard drive, I felt like I would be a small target to get hacked. Putting all of your passwords in the cloud with everyone else like LastPass does seems like a bigger target to hackers. If LastPass was ever hacked, that would be a problem for a lot of people.
I have never had to contact support, but the program receives frequent updates and I have never had a problem with it.

Do you think KeePass delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with KeePass's feature set?

Yes

Did KeePass live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of KeePass go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy KeePass again?

Yes

It is well suited for people who have a cloud solution like Google Drive or Dropbox for their personal files. The cloud service allows you to keep your KeyPass file up to date across multiple computers. It is less suited to someone who uses random computers. In that case, you would need to use a flash drive to keep your passwords with you.