Lastpass to Bitwarden – Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lastpass went to the past. In my last article, Lastpass to Bitwarden – Part 1, I wrote about my decision to switch password managers. I’ve been using Bitwarden the past several weeks, and here are my experiences with it. The desktop client is a bit clunky. Moving an entry to a new folder doesn’t let…


Setting SSH Key Permissions

Reading Time: < 1 minute If you haven’t generated a key, then you’ll want to use ssh-keygen to create a key for ssh sessions. Linux Usually, your key file will be located at ~/.ssh/ on UNIX based systems chmod 600 path/to/key/keyfile Windows Usually, your key file will be located at %USERPROFILE%\.ssh\ Run this command to enable inheritance Run this command…


Lastpass to Bitwarden – Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutes Bitwarden has given me new hope when it comes to password management. Password management is high on my list of things I simply don’t want to think about, ever. I want my passwords to be secure, but I also don’t want to have to remember a slew of passwords. If you’re currently using the same…