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Compare password managers​

Transparency is one of the core drivers of Hypervault. While being the youngest player in the market (founded in 2021), we feel we can stand our ground against the behemoths in the industry and Hypervault is a valuable alternative to the existing password managers.

How to compare password managers to find the best solution for your business?​

Comparing all plans from all active password managers would've taken us too far. That's why we decided to only compare the plans that come close to the subscription of Hypervault. So it's perfectly possible that upgrading to a higher plan at specific competitors will unlock more features. Ready to compare password managers?

Compare Password Managers in a table

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  • Password manager
  • Plan
  • Headquarters
  • Founded
  • Pricing / license
  • Monthly
  • Yearly
  • Restrictions
  • Features
  • Workspaces
  • Folders
  • Teams
  • Items
  • Custom fields
  • Custom templates
  • Free client invites
  • Browser extension
  • Password generator
  • Files
  • Storage
  • Tags
  • Imports
  • On-premise
  • Admin controls
  • Mobile app
  • Personal vault
  • Security
  • Data residency
  • Privacy shield
  • Audit logs
  • MFA
  • Data encrypted At-Rest
  • Data encrypted In-Transit
  • Passwords encrypted
  • GDPR
  • Data export
  • SSO (Google)
  • SSO (Azure)
  • AD User Provisioning
  • Security Dashboard
  • ISO27.001
  • SOC2
    • Hypervault

    • One plan
    • Antwerp, Belgium
    • 2021
    • x
    • €4,00
    • €39
    • -
    • x
    • Unlimited
    • 1GB / workspace
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • EU
    • Not applicable
    • Soon
    • Soon
    • -
    • -
    • Soon
    • -
    • Lastpass

    • Team plan
    • Boston, US
    • 2008
    • x
    • -
    • € 46,80
    • Max. 50 users
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • US
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • -
    • Not in plan
    • Not in plan
    • Dashlane

    • Team plan
    • New York, US
    • 2009
    • x
    • -
    • $96,00
    • -
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • 1GB
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • US
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • Not in plan
    • Not in plan
    • 1Password

    • Teams plan
    • Toronto, Ontario
    • 2005
    • x
    • -
    • $239,4
    • 10 users incl.
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • 1GB/User
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • EU/Canada
    • Not applicable
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Zoho Vault

    • Professional
    • Madras, India
    • 1996
    • x
    • €5,00
    • €54,00
    • Min. 5 users
    • x
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • Unknown
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Enpass

    • Business Standard
    • Haryana, India
    • 2016
    • x
    • -
    • €46,8
    • -
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • Unknown
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • -
    • Nordpass

    • Business
    • Panama
    • 2019
    • x
    • €3,59
    • €43,08
    • Up to 250 users
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • Panama
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • Passbolt

    • Cloud, Business
    • Luxembourg
    • 2016
    • x
    • €3
    • €36
    • Min. 3 users
    • x
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • x
    • EU
    • Not applicable
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Bitwarden

    • Teams plan
    • California, US
    • 2015
    • x
    • $3
    • $36
    • -
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • 1GB
    • x
    • US
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • Keeper

    • Business
    • Chicago, US
    • 2009
    • x
    • -
    • €45,00
    • -
    • x
    • -
    • -
    • Unlimited
    • -
    • -
    • Optional
    • Optional
    • -
    • x
    • -
    • Invalidated
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -
    • -

10 best password managers compared

We've compared the top 10 best password managers and combined our findings on this page. It not only tells the pro's and con's, but we'll also explain for what type of audience each password manager is best.

Lastpass

LastPass is a password manager that offers solutions for individuals, families, and businesses to manage their passwords.

Pro's & Con's for Lastpass

Positive
  • Oldest player in the market
Negative
  • Lastpass had several security breaches and data thefts in the past years
  • UX / UI is outdated

Lastpass vs Hypervault

Overall conclusion for Lastpass

Our advice would be to stay away for Lastpass, because of the multiple data breaches they experienced in the last couple of years and the lack of communication from their side.

Dashlane

Dashlane is a digital identity management tool that provides a simple and secure way to manage and store your passwords and keep your digital life organized.

Pro's & Con's for Dashlane

Positive
  • Perfect solution for solopreneurs to store passwords
  • Autofill passwords
  • Offers a VPN service and monitors for compromised accounts
  • Alerts users if personal data is potentially compromised
Negative
  • Can only store passwords
  • Not really suitable for teams
  • Lacks a web application

Dashlane vs Hypervault

In-depth comparison article(s) and blog posts:

Overall conclusion for Dashlane

Soon

1Password

1Password is a widely-used password management tool that aims to simplify and enhance security for individuals, families, and businesses.

Pro's & Con's for 1Password

Positive
  • Features a Travel Mode for added security during international journeys
  • Provides seamless integration with other apps, particularly on iOS
  • Includes a unique secret key for encryption, enhancing security
Negative
  • Does not offer a free version
  • Limited options for importing passwords
  • Lacks robust password inheritance features
  • Slightly pricier compared to some alternatives
  • Solution for technically skilled people

1Password vs Hypervault

In-depth comparison article(s) and blog posts:

Overall conclusion for 1Password

Soon

Zoho Vault

Zoho Vault is a robust password management solution designed to simplify and bolster security for both individuals and businesses.

Pro's & Con's for Zoho Vault

Positive
  • Soon
Negative
  • Soon

Zoho Vault vs Hypervault

In-depth comparison article(s) and blog posts:

Overall conclusion for Zoho Vault

Soon

Nordpass

Nordpass is a password manager and part of the NordVPN group. They focus mostly on single-user application.

Pro's & Con's for Nordpass

Positive
  • Includes a free version with unlimited vault items
  • Offers a zero-knowledge setup, ensuring data encryption on the device
  • Available across major platforms and browsers
Negative
  • Premium plan is necessary for device syncing
  • Clunky structure, old-fashioned UI
  • Not really suitable for big organisations

Nordpass vs Hypervault

In-depth comparison article(s) and blog posts:

Bitwarden

Bitwarden is an open-source password management and digital vault software that helps individuals and organizations securely store, manage, and access their passwords and sensitive information. The focus of Bitwarden is on technical IT-teams.

Pro's & Con's for Bitwarden

Positive
  • Open-source
  • Free tier
Negative
  • Self-hosted, so you need technical experience to set it up
  • Difficult to roll Bitwarden out for all profiles in your company

Keeper

Keeper is a password management and security platform. Keeper has been in the industry since 2009 and comes from Chicago, US. Keeper offers a range of features that cater to both individuals and businesses. Keeper can be rather technical to set up, requiring in-deep IT knowledge.

Pro's & Con's for Keeper

Positive
  • Supports various forms of multi-factor authentication.
  • Includes dark web monitoring and password security audit reports.
  • Allows offline access to vault items.
Negative
  • You need technical experience to set it up
  • Limited options for browser extensions
  • Encrypted storage limits are relatively restrictive
  • Look and feel is outdated

Keeper vs Hypervault

In-depth comparison article(s) and blog posts:

Enpass

Enpass stores, manages, and lets you access passwords, in the cloud or offline.

Passbolt

Passbolt belongs to the group of open-source password managers, like Bitwarden.

Why choose Hypervault as an alternative to your password manager?​

The reason why making the switch to Hypervault could be for one of the following reasons:

Custom fields & templates:

Hypervault is very flexible in organizing your structure. Add different types of input fields to your passwords or create brand-new templates.

Share information with clients for free:

Hypervault has a background in IT and agencies, where teams need confidential data from their clients, and usually need to share credentials with them. Clients are considered as external members, and thus they are not charged.

A password manager for teams:

Hypervault is created and made for teams. Every action that you need to take is configured to work together, wether you're in management, marketing, development or HR, it doesn't matter... Hypervault can be used by anyone in your company or organization.

Data residency in the EU:

As the headquarters from Hypervault are in the EU, so are all our servers and sensitive data. Hypervault is proud to be on one of the first digital vaults that keeps everything on the continent.
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