BitWarden - self hosted password manager using bitwardenrs/server image

Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using bitwardenrs/server image

UPDATE (28/05/2019):
Edited name of the docker image from mprasil/bitwarden to bitwardenrs/server. The image is identical and the resource is still on track
Considering that there are several people interested in this solution, maybe a quick tutorial on how to run this in docker will help.

Let's start.

1st thing - install Docker via Package center or if your NAS doesn't support it, install it manually by downloading the package from Syno site. After that, you can use the Manual install button in Package Center to install Docker. Keep in mind that this is not 100%...
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Thank you very much for creating this tutorial and sharing your knowledge.
You are most welcome. Happy to help
great tutorial. Any chance of the completing the https part of the tutorial?
Thx. There is an option to push it via revers proxy for https implementation but if you are referring to a stand alone https implementation the. I’m not sure if i’ll have the time to do it. There are multiple resources that I wanna add not to mention more articles on my blog just don’t have the time atm. If I’ll get some time I’ll be sure to implement those.
Excellent tutorial on the typical Syno user level.
Next step would be enhance it with a decription to use the Revere-Proxy for Https TLS termination. Once Https is covered, I am quite sure MFA would be helpfull, as it brings a major security advantage to the table.
Tnx! There is a RP tutorial as well here on the resource page. Also 2FA is an option in BW but not covered by the tutorial as there are multiple options on that front. Personally I use Authy for all my 2FA steps including BW, works like a charm.
Thanks to this, I started bitwarden on my NAS too.
But I have one question: what exactly should I do to have my data to be stored in that local "/data" subfolder? I configured it as you described (the only difference, I did not named it /data, instead of this I used /mydata), but In File Station under docker/bitwarden I cannot see any subfolder nor data files...
Thank you.
So as I posted in the discussion, make sure NOT to change the right side of the volume mount point: keep it like /your_local_destination_of_choice:/data
Great read.
Excellent tutorial! Finally, I've installed Bitwarden now waiting for next tutorial to use it over https! :)

Thank you, Rusty!
Welcome m8! Glad you got it going... Hopefully I'll getaround to write it over the weekend.