If you are looking for a great password manager to store your passwords locally in an encrypted vault, then I recommend that you try one of the password manger listed below. With these software, you will be able to add, change, remove or sync your passwords with a few mouse clicks.

I have done my best to look for best password managers, but if you think I missed some great ones, you can mention them below (comment form). Using a password manager will help you store your passwords in a safe place and you will no longer have to memorize them.

1. KeePass

KeePass is an easy-to-use cross-platform password manager. To install KeePass on Ubuntu/Linux Mint, open the terminal and run these commands:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:jtaylor/keepass 
sudo apt-get update  
sudo apt-get install keepass2

For distros not supported by the PPA, install KeePass using these commands:

cd /tmp 
wget https://goo.gl/lLSwEM -O keepass2_all.deb 
sudo dpkg -i --force-depends keepass2_all.deb 
sudo apt-get -f install

2. PAC Manager

PAC Manager is another good password manger. To install PAC Manager on Ubuntu/Linux Mint, issue these commands:

cd /tmp 
wget http://goo.gl/EPZgvp -O pac- 
sudo dpkg -i --force-depends pac- 
sudo apt-get -f install

3. Password Safe

To install Password Safe on 64-bit platforms, enter these commands:

cd /tmp 
wget http://goo.gl/fZ8DgK -O passwordsafe-amd64.deb 
sudo dpkg -i --force-depends passwordsafe-amd64.deb 
sudo apt-get -f install

For 32-bit platforms, enter these commands:

cd /tmp 
wget http://goo.gl/Mb9BkA -O passwordsafe-i686.deb 
sudo dpkg -i --force-depends passwordsafe-i686.deb 
sudo apt-get -f install

4. Gryptonite Password Manager

To install Gryptonite on Ubuntu/Linux Mint, run the following commands for 64-bit systems:

wget http://goo.gl/Wwfzvh -O gryptonite_v3.1.1_64bit.tar.gz 
tar -xf gryptonite*.tar.gz 
cd gryptonite* 
sudo ./install.bash

For 32-bit systems, enter these commands:

wget http://goo.gl/gR3uLn -O gryptonite_v3.1.1_32bit.tar.gz 
 tar -xf gryptonite*.tar.gz 
cd gryptonite* 
sudo ./install.bash

A desktop shortcut will be created. You can also start Gryptonite using this command:

gryptonite &

5. MyPasswords

MyPasswords is written in Java. To install MyPasswords on Ubuntu or Linux mint, run these commands:

mkdir -p MyPasswords && cd MyPasswords  
wget http://goo.gl/yCTZ32 -O MyPasswords_2_93_linux.tar.gz 
tar -xvzf  MyPasswords*.tar.gz 
chmod +x MyPasswords.sh 
sh MyPasswords.sh

Default password: 12345678

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