Managing credentials with KeePassXC - Fedora Magazine by Marco Sarti (Fedora Magazine)
A previous article discussed password management tools that use server-side technology. These tools are very interesting and suitable for a cloud installation.In this article we will talk about KeePassXC, a simple multi-platform open source software that uses a local file as a database.The main advantage of this type of password management is simplicity. No server-side …

I like how this article about KeePassXC mentions the SSH agent integration [that is usually skipped in such articles]. Good stuff:

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        • qed ? yeah it does. It may be tricky due to the default 5 keys limit, as suggested in the article.

          It also features Autoopen of multiple dbs tho.

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