What is Buttercup?
Buttercup is a cross-platform, free, and open source password manager based on NodeJS.
Buttercup is a tool in the Password Management category of a tech stack.
Buttercup is an open source tool with 3.4K GitHub stars and 265 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Buttercup's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Buttercup?
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Buttercup.
- Supports loading and saving credentials archives both locally and remotely. Remote archives can be stored in a variety of service providers like Dropbox, ownCloud and Nextcloud (and others that support WebDAV, such as Yandex)
- Archives store groups and entries in a simple hierarchy. Both groups and entries can be moved into other groups. Deleted items are trashed before being removed permanently.
- Basic merge conflict resolution when 2 changes are made at once on the file (locally or remote).
- You can import from other password managers (such as 1Password and KeePass) by opening your archive and choosing Import from the menu.
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