Passwords & 2FA
Use Instead Of: Using the same password for every website login.
|Bitwarden||So easy to use, cross-platform (Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android) application. The web app and browser plugin are fantastic and the password generator is incredibly helpful.||Free - $10/yr|
|KeePass||KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file.||Free|
|1Password||Without a doubt, this may be the best password management solution around. It is, however, the most expensive as well, but often times they say you get what you pay for. If you have the budget for it, consider giving this one a spin.||$2.99/mo|
|RememBear||RememBear is a simple, secure, and beautifully designed password manager that stores your logins and saves you time.||$1.75/mo for 3-year plan|
|Dashlane||Easy to use, works on multiple platforms. The browser plugin makes creating brand new passwords a snap, and it makes changing existing passwords even easier. Certainly one of the best bangs for your buck.||Free - $4/mo|
|LastPass||One of the best known passowrd managers out there and even one of the least expensive. They do offer some desktop apps, but seems to work best when using it in the browser or mobile device. A lot of the same features as Dashlane.||Free - $2/mo|
Use Instead Of: Google Authenticator, Authy.
|OTP Auth||iOS based 2FA that respects your privacy.||Free|
|andOTP||andOTP is an open source two-factor authentication App for Android 4.4+.||Free|
|FreeOTP||FreeOTP is another open source two-factor authentication application for systems utilizing one-time password protocols. Availabe on both Android and iOS devices.||Free|
|Tofu||An easy-to-use, open-source two-factor authentication app designed specifically for iOS.||Free|