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Bitwarden rs

2021-02-26 by: David White
From: David White 
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Does anyone use, or have experience with Bitwarden rs?
https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs

It looks like a decent replacement for the official Bitwarden server
software.
I was thinking I'd take it for a spin this weekend, but I thought I'd ask
the group if anyone has any experience with it.

There's been a number of LastPass shenanigans recently, and I think I want
off of that platform.

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David White

=============================================================== From: Nick Smith ------------------------------------------------------ Just give them you data David, drink the coolaid ;-)

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ Still using Keepass here. Cheers, -Dave r think

=============================================================== From: Lisa Harrison Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ I=E2=80=99ve been using Bitwarden for about a year now after getting pissed o= ff at LastPass. It=E2=80=99s a decent alternative to LastPass from a UX standpoint, and much= less troublesome from an administrative standpoint. Sent from my iPhone

=============================================================== From: Jason Brown ------------------------------------------------------ I haven't used it, but I'm likely switching to bitwarden soon so I'm interested in what you think about the alternative server. If I read correctly this is a re-implementation of the api requiring less horsepower / infrastructure than the official bitwarden server project? --Jason -- Jason Brown

=============================================================== From: David White ------------------------------------------------------ Correct. It runs in docker, and is built in Rust. This alternative Rust project also removes the need to pay for the "premium" features. There's some enterprise features that it doesn't support, but you don't have to pay a subscription fee for running multiple users, etc... Being a CentOS / RedHat guy, I literally just finished getting it running in Podman with SELinux turned on. I'm still testing it out, and am working now to setup an Nginx reverse proxy for TLS termination. The container can do that natively, but the documentation says its limited, and the better approach is to use a reverse proxy. -- David White