LastPass vs Mitro: What are the differences?
What is LastPass? Password manager that works with all browsers & smartphones. LastPass Enterprise offers your employees and admins a single, unified experience that combines the power of SAML SSO coupled with enterprise-class password vaulting. LastPass is your first line of defense in the battle to protect your digital assets from the significant risks associated with employee password re-use and phishing.
What is Mitro? Mitro saves all your passwords, synchronizes them across all your devices, and lets you share them with others. Mitro is the easiest way to remember & share passwords securely. It has extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, mobile apps for iOS and Android, and a server to perform the synchronization. Mitro automatically records your user names and passwords as you log in to new sites, offers to automatically log you into sites you've visited before, and allows you to securely share your passwords with your roommates, work team, or significant other.
LastPass and Mitro can be categorized as "Password Management" tools.
Some of the features offered by LastPass are:
- Save as You Go
- Hassle-Free Login
- Centralize Your Data
On the other hand, Mitro provides the following key features:
- Open source
- Extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, mobile apps for iOS and Android
- Your passwords never leave your computer without being encrypted, so no one, not even Mitro, has access to them
Mitro is an open source tool with 1.7K GitHub stars and 275 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Mitro's open source repository on GitHub.
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I use LastPass because it had Android support before 1Password. Also, it's just a great product. It gives me peace of mind with 2-step auth and a YubiKey.
The only thing that drives me nuts is the password generator, sometimes it just doesn't work on certain sites. That is why I wrote/use g20 😎