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Strongbox by Phoebe Code Limited

Strongbox began as a side project because there were no password managers on iOS that supported the Password Safe file format. Password Safe was one a leading password manager for Windows and was initially created by cryptographer Bruce Schneier.

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  • Ask HN: Best Password Manager without cloud login?
    I followed a similar path as you did about a year ago. Having tried a bunch of options, I can recommend strongly Strongbox - fantastic native apps for iOS and macOS, with your choice of sync mechanism (local-only is also a first class citizen), and it uses the KeePass file format so you can use your client of choice on other operating systems/no worries about lock-in. Good system integration and autofill... - Source: Hacker News / 6 months ago
  • 1Password 8 has been formatting dates incorrectly for over a year
    I've been wanting to spend more time trying out Strongbox[1], personally. It's only available for Apple (macOS, iOS, and iPadOS) devices, which rules out the 1% of the time I use an oddball Linux or Windows desktop, but it's a bit more reminiscent of old 1Password UIs with less of the dismissive attitude that I've gotten from 1Password's support team over the last couple years. [1] https://strongboxsafe.com/. - Source: Hacker News / 12 months ago
  • How to keep 1Password 7 functional in 2023?
    Also some others worth mentioning are Dashlane, Elpass, Enpass, Keeper, Minimalist, mSecure, Passcodes, Passkeep, Passport, RoboForm, Strongbox, Zoho Vault. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Password Manager with iOS Client
    KeePassXC on desktop with Strongbox on iOS (you need to roll-your-own sync). Strongbox is open-source and has a ton of features. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Suspicious iOS KeePass Client
    I'm a very happy user of strongbox: https://strongboxsafe.com/ I currently sync my vault via WebDAV and they even support storing the local keyfile. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Apple Passwords Deserve an App
    I recommend https://strongboxsafe.com/ as a better open source alternative Works with touchID on my MacBook, uses KeePass so it's easy to migrate if needed, and the killer feature for me was being able to sync it to iCloud so you can use it across devices. Even better if you enable E2E encryption on your iCloud https://support.apple.com/en-au/HT212520. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • A Definitive Password Manager Comparison
    Strongbox - Commercial Open-Source Password Manager for iOS & OSX. Free tier available. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What makes you trust online, closed-source password managers?
    I've been using Strongbox for a few years and have been happy with it. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Great password manager with a one-time payment?
    There are a few password managers like Minimalist and Strongbox (KeePass ecosystem) that leverage the macOS autofill API but unfortunately it's not a good experience (due to Apple's fault; their apps are great). Both provide one time purchases. Source: over 1 year ago
  • New phone, authenticator app not working with Mint logon
    In addition to the suggestions to use Authy(which I echo), you might also consider the KeePassXC password manager as a secondary place for your 2FA accounts. It does not sync across devices, but there is a desktop client (Windows, macOS, and Linux) as well as Android (KeePass2Androidor KeePassDX) & iOS (Strongbox or KeePassium). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Password managers
    Check out https://strongboxsafe.com/ if you're on iPhone. It supports keepass files. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Ask HN: What tool would you buy to make your life easier?
    If you’re on an Apple product, Strongbox might fit your requirements. https://strongboxsafe.com/. - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • Securely Yours, Love Password Managers (2021)
    +1 for KeypassXC. For those looking for an iOS app, I recommend Strongbox[1]. It’s open-source and it’s the most feature complete solution I’ve found. (Not affiliated, just a happy user) https://strongboxsafe.com/. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Ask HN: How many 2FA tokens do you have?
    I use strongbox[1] on iOS and it has a feature to print off your entire database (automatically formats everything). The passwords are stored in a standard kdbx file that you can sync manually or use drive, iCloud, etc. KeepassXC[2] has browser extensions and cross-platform apps and pairs well with strongbox. (No print feature afaik) Both apps are open-source. [1] https://strongboxsafe.com/. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Why I chose Strongbox as my new password manager
    StrongBox (a Keepass DB implementation) Pros: Very active customer support on r/strongbox Open source Self-host via WebDav or from several different cloud providers (If my server needs to be taken down for a long time, I could easily switch SB to look at one of the cloud providers if the server keeps the two files synced). Support for offline editing (Pro only, otherwise readonly). Can also manually toggle... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Yubi key
    Download KeePass, KeePassXC, Strongbox or KeePass2Android, or even your web browser integrated password manager. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Welcome to the Strongbox Subreddit
    Strongbox is an open source password manager for both iOS and macOS. We believe you should "own your secrets". Source: over 2 years ago
  • [Discussion] Is Brave Browser as 'unsecure' as some Firefox users say?
    Bitwarden says it collects your email, your device ID, your name, and crash data. One of the downsides, like I said, is that you do have to create an account with them by signing up with your email. With KeyPass you don’t. The KeyPass client I use is called Strongbox. According to the App Store, they don’t collect any data. There is a premium version but the free version has everything I need. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Building a Bluetooth password manager with Python
    I don't own any Apple devices, but it seems to support KeePass databases. I wouldn't expect any compatibility issues because KeePassXC uses the standard KeePass database format, and I'd expect the same from Strongbox. Source: about 3 years ago

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