Here is a list of tools I evaluated so far (July 2016).
sysPass is a PHP web based Password Manager for business and personal use.
- AES-256 encryption in CBC mode
- RSA for sending passwords from forms
- Two factor authentication
- HTML5 and Ajax interface
- Users, groups and profiles management (up to 20 access levels)
- MySQL, OpenLDAP and Active Directory authentication
- Custom fields
- Activity notices by email and event log
- Accounts history
Safely store and share passwords or even files with people you work with!
There is a free community edition and a hosts Saas solution.
Teampass is a Collaborative Passwords Manager
Passbolt is an open source password manager for teams. It allows to securely share and store credentials. For instance, the wifi password of your office, or the administrator password of a router, or your organisation social media account password, all of them can be secured using Passbolt.
Passbolt is different from the other password managers because:
- It is free & open source
- It is respectful of privacy
- It is primarily designed for teams and not individuals
- It is based on OpenGPG, a proven cryptographic standard
- It is easy to use for both novice and IT professionals alike
- It is extensible thanks to its restful API
- Has Chrome and Firefox extensions
Team Password Manager
Is PHP based Password management software for groups.
- Fine-grained group policies
- Multiple Projects and Subproject password groups.
- LDAP/AD Integration