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2 Ways to install Bitwarden on Debian 12 or 11 Linux
Bitwarden is a password manager that offers both SAAS service and the opportunity for admins to create their own password manager server using the open-source Bitwarden server. Whereas to manage, save and sync passwords from the local system, it also offers client applications.
This software is quite popular among users as it allows us to store our login credentials and sensitive information securely in an encrypted vault. Bitwarden comprises a range of features such as the ability to store unlimited passwords, generate strong passwords, and autofill login forms. To enhance security further users can use two-factor authentication.
Furthermore, the source code of the Bitwarden server and client are public and available on GitHub for anyone to view and audit. Therefore, as compared to paid solution a user will have extra transparency and security, as it ensures that the software is not hiding any backdoors or vulnerabilities.
It offers both free and paid versions as I said in the beginning for those who don’t want to take the hassle of installing the server by themselves. The paid version provides additional features such as secure file storage and priority customer support.