Buttercup is a free cross-platform Password Manager for Windows 10

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  1. The separate archive file feature is interesting, because currently KeePass (my preferred solution) is designed for access to only 1 database at a time within an instance. This means that, if you want to share credentials with someone else, you have to create a subfolder in your archive with the shared credentials, export the subfolder to its own archive, close KeePass, open KeePass, open the 2nd archive, change the credentials to the other user’s archive password, and save it.

    I’ll try Buttercup to see if the process is any easier there.

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