Well written. Informative. Passionate.

But if the product guarding my USERNAMES & PASSWORDS - the front door to my most sensitive data - isn’t open source?

There’s a zero percent chance that I’d recommend that product to anyone.

If security, privacy, and transparency aren’t front and center for you as a tech reviewer, then I’d ask you, respectfully, to reconsider what you recommend to your readers.

This is why I use and recommend BitWarden, a free and 100% open source password manager for all desktop/mobile platforms.

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