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The Most Trusted Open Source Password Manager for Business

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Bitwarden product overview

Price starts from

4

/user

Per month

What is Bitwarden?

With an open source, end-to-end encrypted approach to password management, Bitwarden empowers enterprises and individuals to securely store and share sensitive data. Accessible from any location, on any device, Bitwarden can be deployed in cloud-based and on-premise environments. Strengthen your security with MFA, vault health reports, enterprise policies, and event logs. SSO, SCIM, and directory service integrations make it easy to integrate Bitwarden into your enterprise environment.

Key benefits of using Bitwarden

- Share your sensitive information safely and securely with individuals, teams, and enterprises.
- Access account credentials from anywhere, on any device with secure cloud syncing.
- Identify potential security weaknesses like reused, exposed, or weak passwords, and other helpful data security metrics.
- With exportable event logs, gain transparency into user activity around sensitive data within your organization's vault.
- Transmit encrypted information via a secure link to anyone through your preferred communication channel like text or email.
-Open source and third-party audited, Bitwarden complies with GDPR, HIPAA, and CCPA regulations and is SOC 2 certified.
- Get support around the clock with Bitwarden Customer Success agents, on-demand Help Center, and community forums.
- Get started quickly in the cloud, or self-host Bitwarden for complete data control.
-Our robust Directory Connector and SCIM integration streamline user and group onboarding with automatic account provisioning and de-provisioning.
- Seamlessly integrate Bitwarden into your existing tech stack with powerful APIs, SSO and directory service integrations, multiple factor authentication, and more.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

FAQs/Forum
Email/Help Desk
Knowledge Base

Training options

Webinars
Documentation
Videos
Live Online

Bitwarden pricing information

Value for money

4.9

/5

165

Starting from

4

/user

Per month

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
Pricing range

Value for money contenders

Bitwarden features

Functionality

4.6

/5

165

Total features

50

4 categories

Most valued features by users

Access Controls/Permissions
Compliance Management
Activity Dashboard
API
Reporting & Statistics
Reporting/Analytics
Third-Party Integrations
Policy Management

Bitwarden users reviews

Overall Rating

4.7

/5

165

Positive reviews

98

%

Rating breakdown
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend9.31/10
Rating distribution

5

4

3

2

1

119

42

3

1

0

Pros
Easy to use, fast synchronization between devices, secure encryption, able to generate a strong password,s and best practice for sharing it. Password history is a good feature.
And it's amazing to see you get so much with the free version. There are some out there claiming to be the best but this is simple, intuitive, and easy to use.
Feels good having a reliable way to manage strong passwords. I've gotten to interface with some of their devs and they seem like a great bunch trying to make a great product.
Cons
I am concerned about losing my password because it can be a huge problem not having it since it´s almost impossible to access Bitwarden vault again witout it.
Even if you need to pay for their premium packages, they're dirt cheap, coming in at $10/year for an individual or $40/year for 6 people.
There's nothing about the software that I dislike.

Overall rating contenders

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Ho'omana Nathan H.

Visiting Assistant Professor

Higher Education, 10,001+ employees

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The best password manager I've used by a wide margin

Reviewed 2 years ago

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Speaker 1: My name is Nathan. I'm a visiting assistant professor. I rate Bitwarden five out of five stars....

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Renato C.

CTO

Retail, 11-50 employees

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Overall Rating

Password management

Reviewed 2 years ago

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Renato C.: Hi, I'm Renato. I'm CTO. And I give Bitwarden a rating of five out of five. For more reviews...

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Matthew J.

Marketing and Advertising, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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The Only Password Manager You Should Be Using

Reviewed 3 years ago

I have nothing but great things to say about Bitwarden. I have tried many password managers and while most I tried were usable, they didn't feel complete, either because of the feature set or because of the pricing. Once I found Bitwarden, I haven't wanted to look anywhere else since.

Pros

-Price -Features I mean, those are really the two main points people look for when determining their password manager, right? The price is unbeatable; if you're just using it for yourself, it's free. Free gets you every creature comfort feature you would pay top dollar for elsewhere, such as multi-device syncing and apps across all of your devices. The features are second to none. They have everything...

Cons

Honestly? Nothing. Even if you need to pay for their premium packages, they're dirt cheap, coming in at $10/year for an individual or $40/year for 6 people.

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Aaron P.

Information Technology and Services, self-employed

Used daily for less than 6 months

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Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Powerful password management at a good price, but with a clunky user interface and steep learning cu

Reviewed 3 years ago

For the most part, I like Bitwarden. Despite some of it's shortcomings, it is a powerful password manager, and with the ability to self-host your passwords provides a great level of security.

Pros

Bitwarden is a powerful and flexible password manager, with the ability to not just store basic password, but also one-time (two factor) passwords, non-password items (such as credit cards, identification documents, and memberships), and secure notes. Bitwarden has browser extensions for all of the big browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) that work extremely well allowing you to not only automatically...

Cons

The user interface is functional, but clunky. Being fully cross-platform, it has non-native look and feel regardless of the platform you are using. In addition, while it is great that their is a free tier, if you use two-factor authentication for your accounts that support it (which you absolutely should do!), the free tier is far less useful as it does not support two-factor one-time passwords. Finally, the self-hosting option is fantastic, but is relatively difficult to setup (especially for the non-tech savvy users). Self-hosting requires you to have your own domain name, an always on computer, and an understanding of Docker. Bitwarden provides a decent tutorial on how to set all of this up, but it is not for the faint of heart

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Charles R.

Higher Education, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for less than 6 months

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  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Good tool for passwords across different platforms

Reviewed 3 years ago

Moved from LastPass which became paying. Bitwarden has similar features for free but not as user intuitive.

Pros

Syncs passwords across Windows and Android devices, easy to create new passwords, secured on Android by finger print

Cons

Sometimes end up with multiple entries for the same site, name of site copied by bitwarden is not always accurate, doesn't auto fill always

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Verified reviewer

Environmental Services, self-employed

Used daily for 6-12 months

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Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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This is the best password manager that I have ever used.

Reviewed 3 years ago

Having a different password for all of your online accounts is vital to protect your personal and business information. Bitwarden does that. While it is not the easiest password manager to set up for multiple people, once set up, it is nearly seemless to use.

Pros

Bitwarden does a great job of working with nearly every website and app. And when it doesn't automatically add username and password (some sites won't allow it), it is quite easy to copy and past them from the app or browser extension.

Cons

I wish that when you manually add a password that it would save automatically, rather than having to hit the save button, or at least ask if you are sure you want to quit without saving.

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Verified reviewer

Photography, 501-1,000 employees

Used daily for less than 6 months

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  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Bitwarden is both very capable and reasonably priced

Reviewed 3 years ago

Since moving to Bitwarden I've been very pleased with the experience. Importing from the old password manager product was quick and seamless. I was up and running in no time with a U2F hardware key as a second authentication factor. The little touches like adding custom fields and additional URIs to a login are great.

Pros

One standout feature for me is the ability to use things like base domain and regular expresions to match login URIs. With logins you can also add custom fields to be filled - particularly useful for something like an AWS login, where you need to provide an account ID as well as the typical username and password. The password generator also supports passphrases which is another great addition. Granular controls on password policies and minimum

Cons

The way attachments are handled needs a rethink. Creating and saving a note before editing it in order to add a file isn't a nice experience. A new category alongside notes would improve this. I feel the interface could do with some modernisation but that's obviously subjective. Overall it does feel like an efficient product.

Bitwarden FAQs

Q. What type of pricing plans does Bitwarden offer?

Bitwarden has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $4.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription, Open Source
Free Trial: Available | (No Credit Card required)


Q. Who are the typical users of Bitwarden?

Bitwarden has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Public Administrations, Small Business


Q. What languages does Bitwarden support?

Bitwarden supports the following languages:
Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Norwegian (Bokmal), Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese


Q. Does Bitwarden support mobile devices?

Bitwarden supports the following devices:
Android, iPad, iPhone


Q. Does Bitwarden offer an API?

Yes, Bitwarden has an API available for use.


Q. What other apps does Bitwarden integrate with?

Bitwarden integrates with the following applications:
Firefox, Microsoft Edge, JumpCloud Directory Platform, Microsoft Azure, Google Workspace, Azure Active Directory, OneLogin, Okta, Safari, Docker, Google Chrome


Q. What level of support does Bitwarden offer?

Bitwarden offers the following support options:
FAQs/Forum, Email/Help Desk, Knowledge Base

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