Secure and Convenient Password Storage
Jacob Wall | TrustRadius Reviewer
March 03, 2020

Secure and Convenient Password Storage

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with KeePass

We use KeePass to store not only shared passwords, but also information about websites and other applications where we would use them. We have also found a plugin for Chrome that allows us to auto-fill passwords from KeePass. If someone on another team adds a password, we have immediate access via KeePass. The provides the ideal combination of convenience and high security, protecting the passwords we use.
  • Very secure - no worries about our passwords being stored insecurely or in the wrong place.
  • Easy to share access to passwords used company-wide.
  • Integrates with Chrome and other browsers for ease of use and speed.
  • Price - free to use.
  • Outdated looking interface.
  • Setup is easy, but integration requires some more in-depth knowledge.
  • No automatic download/installation of upgrades.
  • Excellent security.
  • Save staff time, hence improving use of company resources.
  • Negative; it's sometimes too easy for anyone to add info, without organizing it properly.
I have only used browser-based password storage; these are more convenient if you are working in many different places, but for any password storage within a given company, KeePass would be superior.
Neutral - never used support. We've only found solutions online; this is standard for free software. E.g. when we set up the extension in Chrome to auto-fill passwords from KeePass, we just searched Chrome for plugins and checked the ratings. However, if you are handy with Google, this is the easiest way to go in any case.

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Well suited for storing passwords used for business purposes that require additional security above and beyond browser password storage. It's also convenient for sharing passwords across a team or a company. It would be less suitable for storing only personally used passwords (even for business purposes) due to the extra setup required. (Although if you use the passwords in a variety of applications, it would still be an improvement.)