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  1. Yeah, your situation might be different. I trust Bitwarden. They’re an OSS product so I feel like if they were up to anything shady it would show in their code. Your threat vectors might be different, so I understand if you wanted to self-host.

  2. You can also selfhost your vault in Bitwarden. That’s on my to-do-next on my NAS :slightly_smiling_face:

  3. In my case, I pay for Bitwarden because I want to support the project. I wish more FOSS software had an easy way to contribute.

  4. This was a very instructive episode.
    I see some concerns with yubikey, which physical solution will you suggest instead?

  5. Avatar for Ulfnic Ulfnic says:

    I personally use an OnlyKey. It has it’s own keypad, security laminate and self-deletion policies so it’s secure at rest. It’s the only device i’m aware of that combines something you have with something you know in one package.

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