Hello! A good idea to be implemented could be a password manager/generator. There are some of them in the market but as user of Proton I would feel safer with my passwords in your servers instead of Google or another apps of unknown service providers. Thanks!
Carlos Sanin commented
This is absolutely important for me, I use BitWarden, but I would love either a partnership with BitWarden, or a Proton password manager.
They should partner and integrate with Bitwarden!
[Deleted User] commented
You could just upload your password manager secured database onto ProtonDrive, that works the same. OK, since there's no auto-sync yet you have to do it manually. But overall, you get the security of ProtonDrive's encryption plus the security of your chosen Password Manager encryption and therefore double the work of a possible hacker.
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Joel CANO commented
Bitwarden is good, but ex MYKI was great, unfortunately stopped ... It could be great to have a Proton Password Manager which is very secure and with all the apps for desktop, browser and mobile.
A partnership with Bitwarden would be fascinating, but creating a solid password manager is not that simple, and Proton's services are currently acquiring basic functionality at a somewhat sluggish rate. Avoid overextending yourself by adding extra services that will just provide the barest essentials and won't actually replace other services.https://rorifashion.ro/collections/rochie-casual-dama
A collaboration with Bitwarden could be interesting, but building a good password manager is not that easy and the pace of getting basic features in Proton's services is already pretty slow. Don't stretch yourself even thinner by adding more services that will also just offer the bare minimum and won't really replace other services.
That's exactly what I was going to suggest, I see I'm not the only one who thinks so. It would be a big plus
Bitwarden is quite nice indeed and it has the same principles for privacy as Proton have. I use it, and even though I would love a solution from Proton, I would not like to abandon it. A better solution would be a cooperation between Proton and Bitwarden, maybe a similar one with the cooperation that Proton had with SimpleLogin.
Bitwarden is a very good open source password manager, give it a try its free! And if you want to support the developers become a premium member for just $10,00 dollars a year.
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I wold like too
Tiago Carmo commented
Bitwarden is a nice option, is open source and secure, Firefox Sync isn't bad either but I do like to have a Proton Password Manager! +1
+1 for this request
Proton - I second, third, and one-millionth this idea. Did you see what happened to LastPass? Thankfully I don't use that, but I really, really, really wish Proton had a password manager! Please?!??