Bitwarden – Password Manager for Linux, Ubuntu, Windows & Mac

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Solve Your Password Management Problems Using Bitwarden.

Passwords are still relevant these days and it is really inconvenient to remember each and every password for every website logins, emails, bank accounts etc with the increase number of consumable online services.

Bitwarden is an end-to-end, cloud based, open-source password management solution. It comes with some unique features with strict encryption to help and prevent misuse of passwords.

Here are some of its features.


  • Could syncing – easy access from mobiles, PCs, Tabs
  • Password encryption before leaves your PC
  • Encryption with end-to-end AES-256 bit, salted hashing and PBKDF2 SHA-256
  • Random Password creation
  • Support for Windows, Linux and Mac
  • Browser Extensions (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Vivaldi)
  • Apps for Android and iOS
  • CLI script support for vault tasks
  • Web vault support without device
  • And Free and Open source

How to Install

Bitwarden is available as snap, Flatpak, Appimage for Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Ubuntu derivatives, Fedora.

Here are the download links.


(guideline to make Ubuntu enabled for Snap)

Go to below link and click install –

Install Bitwarden via snap

Or run below command from terminal for install in Ubuntu

sudo snap install bitwarden


(guideline to make Ubuntu enabled for Flatpak)

Click below link to install Bitwarden via Flatpak

Install Bitwarden via Flatpak

Or run below command from terminal –

flatpak install flathub com.bitwarden.desktop


You can also grab the Appimage executable via below link –

Bitwarden Appimage

For other download options visit this link.


After successful installation in Linux systems you can find the Bitwarden launcher in application menu. Please note you have to register and create an account to proceed using Bitwarden.


Image credits: Bitwarden


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