Bitwarden is an open-source password management service that stores sensitive information such as website credentials in an encrypted vault. The Bitwarden platform offers a variety of client applications including a web interface, desktop applications, browser extensions, mobile apps, and a CLI. Bitwarden offers a cloud-hosted service as well as the ability to deploy the solution on-premise.

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    Bitwarden not working on LAN/WAN, but does work externally

    I've been trying to solve this for days referencing the various guides and forum threads such as: How to Install BitWarden on Your Synology NAS How to Setup Bitwarden on a Synology NAS! Solved - Bitwarden - Enabling HTTPS - NIGHTMARE! Synology DSM 7: Access without Port :5001 Still...
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    TOTP keys in Bitwarden

    I've been using bitwarden for a while now (maybe a year?) and I just recently realized that it can store TOTP keys for 2 factor authentication. Just curious, does anyone use this functionality? IMO it doesn't seem very good practice to put passwords and the means to obtain 2FA codes on the...
  3. NAS Newbie

    DSM7 2-step login screen & Bitwarden

    I believe this has been discussed before, but I can't find any posts about it when I search. probably I'm not using the correct keywords but anyways: After upgrading to DSM 7, my log in screen is now 2 steps: The 1st screen I enter the user ID and then it rolls to a 2nd screen where I enter...
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    Bitwarden - Unshare an item

    How do you un-share a shared item in Bitwarden?
  5. Rusty

    C2 Password C2 Password vs Bitwarden (Vaultwarden)

    So what will you use in the future :D? Go!
  6. NAS Newbie

    Bitwarden "Browswer Requires HTTPS" Round 2...

    I'm trying to get my dad set up with bitwarden at his place. I have successfully installed bitwarden before on my machine, and I have tried installing a clean version of BW on my dad's machine using Rusty's tutorial to make sure I didn't miss anything, but I still have a couple of weird issues...
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    Tutorial Securing your Vaultwarden install

    Greetings... Finally a direct contribution to This Place, I would like to give some hints on making your Vaultwarden install a little more secure. I have the view that (a) my password manager is THE most important content in my digital life, and (b) I am by no means an expert in software or...
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    Info Lastpass to Bitwarden

    Looks like I’m going to have to take the plunge to Bitwarden after the latest announcement from Lastpass
  9. NAS Newbie

    Why doesn't my entire Bitwarden vault export?

    I'm trying to export my bitwarden vault to .csv. I want to take the file and store it on a usb drive and store the drive in a fireproof safe as an off-network backup in case bitwarden gets hosed. I can get it to export, but it is not exporting the entire vault. It seems to have something to...
  10. NAS Newbie

    Cannot connect to Bitwarden in Docker via reverse proxy on ubiquiti network... help?

    So I'm back and trying to get docker/bitwarden up and running. I believe I have the docker/bitwarden image set up correctly, but I cannot reverse proxy into it using I have been able to access the image using http://192.168.x.x.1051, but it won't let me sign in...
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    Bitwarden Andorid app error: Trust anchor for certification path not found.

    Hello, I've successfully followed the tutorial from this site on how to setup Bitwarden with reverse proxy and I can access my instance externally and everything is great. However I cannot get the android app to work with my self hosted version. I have a wildcard certificate setup and I can see...
  12. Telos

    Solved Bitwarden App no longer syncing with Docker Container

    I'm not even sure where to start... I just noticed that my Android Bitwarden app was missing some entries. But I'm unsure when this started happening. I reinstalled the app and used the same DDNS: Port URL that works on my browser. I can sign into the account but there are no entries. When I...
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    Solved Me again......This time its BitWarden

    Hello all, I'm still plodding away with all this reverse proxy and Docker containers, and Im sure I'll reach the end......if there is an end. 😂 Anyways, I followed the excellent tutorial by Rusty (Docker - BitWarden - self hosted password manager using bitwardenrs/server image) and have...
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    BitWarden - password manager (bitwardenrs/server image)

    I have the bitwardners/server image up and running (I used the bitwardenrs/server tutorial). I'm able to access it by my internal ip: port number. However when I try to create my account via the web page I get the following error after I press the submit button "An error has occurred, An...
  15. Shoop

    Solved [BitWarden RS] Container not able to resolve names (maybe more general network issue)

    Hi there, I have set up a self hosted BitWarden_RS with docker and everything runs pretty good except notification mails (from the start). This BitWarden was only accessed by me at first so not being able to send mails did not bother me but I was planning on giving access to some members of my...
  16. Rusty

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

    Rusty submitted a new resource: BitWarden - self hosted password manager using mprasil/bitwarden image - Quick tutorial on how to run this in docker Read more about this resource...
  17. Rusty

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

    UPDATE (30/04/2021) UPDATE (03/12/2019): UPDATE (10/08/2019): UPDATE (28/05/2019): 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...
  18. wwwampy

    Question How to run Bitwarden via Docker on my NAS?

    Ok, I'll need some help here with running Bitwarden on Docker on NAS. I managed to install Docker and Bitwarden from mprasil: Docker Hub This is what I have so far: Now, I'm not sure what to do next... How to run Bitwarden and connect to it on my NAS? I've found this guide...