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People have accounts with all kinds of online services. It’s a good security practice to use different credentials for every service. Unfortunately, that means you have to keep track of dozens, if not hundreds of passwords. Our human brains aren’t up to a task like that. Computers on the other hand have no problem remembering a lot of stuff. It makes sense to store your passwords on a computer but you also want them with you when you’re on the move. Cloud services like Lastpass are ideal for storing your passwords and for having them readily available wherever you are. But what if you don’t trust public cloud services? Well, I’ll show you a way to manage passwords with KeepassXC and Nextcloud.