Everyone, nowadays, has several accounts and credentials to take care of, that’s why everyone needs a decent and possibly open source password manager. When it comes to managing passwords there are many choices available on Linux: in the past, for example we talked about “pass”, a great, command line oriented, password-manager based on standard tools such as GPG and git. In this article we explore an alternative which can be the ideal solution for individuals and small organizations: Vaultwarden.
SSL is a protocol used to encrypt and authenticate data on networks, typically between a server and a client. The SSL protocol, and its successor, TLS, use asymmetric encryption which is based on two keys: a private and a public one.