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  1. WinSCP is an open source free SFTP client and FTP client for Windows.

    Alternatively if you don't like CLI, there are GUI options such as WinSCP on Windows and Transmit by Panic on Mac and Filezilla on both.
  2. Transmit is an FTP client for Mac OS X and Mac OS Classic (which is unsupported).

    Alternatively if you don't like CLI, there are GUI options such as WinSCP on Windows and Transmit by Panic on Mac and Filezilla on both.
  3. KeePass is an open source password manager. Passwords can be stored in highly-encrypted databases, which can be unlocked with one master password or key file.

    There are many cloud-based Password Manager solutions, free and paid. One of the free ones I like the most is BitWarden. Then there's also KeePass which I think is only a desktop application. Those are battlefield-tested solutions. Before I go on, I'd recommend you would consider those solutions as well.
  4. FileZilla is an FTP, or file transfer protocol, client. It lets individuals transfer single files or batches to a web server. For many years, FTP was the standard for website design. Read more about FileZilla.

    Alternatively if you don't like CLI, there are GUI options such as WinSCP on Windows and Transmit by Panic on Mac and Filezilla on both.
  5. Bitwarden is a free and open source password management solution for individuals, teams, and business organizations.

    freemium $10.0 / Annually (Premium)

    There are many cloud-based Password Manager solutions, free and paid. One of the free ones I like the most is BitWarden. Then there's also KeePass which I think is only a desktop application. Those are battlefield-tested solutions. Before I go on, I'd recommend you would consider those solutions as well.