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I’m curious whether any self-hosted password managers other than the Clipperz community edn exist? I’m currently using it, but it is crude, unfinished (from a UI/performance perspective), and appears to be unmaintained.

I’m not interested in any desktop or mobile application alternatives.

Update 2011-06-08: I found an alternative called PasswordBolt that I'm currently investigating.

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I may actually setup a self-hosted instance of Mozilla Sync to handle my needs. –  Aeyoun Aug 18 '13 at 21:59

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There's also simplesafe. It's not free, but the payment is one-off, no recurring fees. It can also be used to store any kind of information, not just website log-ins. I haven't tried it, but it's one of the options I'm evaluating. It seems to be the most promising - nice UI, web based, self hosted.

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I have been using Mitto for some time and would recommend it.

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That's not self-hosted though. I've been using Mitto for two or three years now, for keeping website login credentials. I much prefer it to LastPass. However, for the last few weeks it has been very slow, and now it doesn't work at all. I think they may have folded, after neglecting it for so long. I don't know what to do now. –  paradroid Jan 6 '13 at 21:53

I've never tried it, but there is Web KeePass.

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