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European alternatives to LastPass

LastPass is a password manager from the USA with clients for Android, iOS and different desktop platforms.

This pages lists European LastPass alternatives from companies based in a member state of the European Union (EU) or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

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Germany EU Open source Free plan

Padloc is a open source password manager from Germany. They offer apps for Android, iOS and all major desktop operating systems and browser add-ons for Chrome and Firefox. Padloc offers special business plans with features designed for teams.

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Proton Pass

Switzerland EFTA EFTA hosted Open source Free plan

Proton Pass is a password manager from Switzerland. It is open-source and independently audited, end-to-end encrypted using the same encryption as the other proton services and supports multiple features like generating secure passwords, autofilling passwords on all devices, password sharing via password-vaults and encrypted note-taking. In addition, it doubles as an identity management service, meaning it can provide email aliases to hide your true email from unwanted parties. Proton Pass offers apps for iOS and Android and Browser Add-ons for all major browsers.

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Uses renewable energy
EU Open source

Passbolt is a open source password manager from Luxembourg. Passbolt offers clients for Android and iOS and add-ons for Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Brave.

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pCloud Pass

Switzerland EFTA EFTA hosted Free plan

pCloud Pass is a password manager from Switzerland, which stores passwords encrypted, can share them between devices and can fill in login forms with a single click.

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Germany EU EU hosted Free plan

heylogin is a password manager from Germany, which does not require a master password, but rather works with login confirmation through your phone. They don't require any IT skills, and their state-of-the-art encryption algorithms may be found on their website.

Password Depot is a business password manager from Germany. They allow their client to decide where and how to store sensitive information (like passwords, and documents). For example, local storage on the users' device, company-wide server storage, or storage on USBs and any combination of them can be configured. Interaction with the selected storage method can be done via smartphone apps and a web interface.

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Denmark EU Price on Request

uniqkey is a password manager from Denmark. They focus on team and company needs by allowing employees to easily create secure passwords and safely store and share them. In addition, admin teams can have full visibility over everyone's data and access rights to find and resolve problems.

Self-hosted & Open Source

Bitwarden is an open source password manager with apps for Android, iOS, macOS, Windows and Linux. They also offer extensions for a variety of browsers.

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