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An open-source, web-based, self-hosted password manager with client-side encryption.

Authors: Ludovic Barman, Hadrien Milano


Vaultage is a password manager.

  • The password are encrypted/decrypted in your browser: no plaintext goes through the network; your passwords never leave your computer’s memory.
  • It is in-browser, and can be accessed from all your devices.
  • It is self-hosted: install it easily on your own server. Everything is under your control.
  • It is open-source: please feel to audit the code, and please report any bugs.

How is it secured? Please check our document SYSTEM_DESIGN.md for the assumptions, the adversary model and the system design.


Vaultage demo 1

Quick start

To take Vaultage for a test drive, run:

npm install -g vaultage

Then browse to localhost:3000. Check out the wiki for usage instructions.

Please note that, while this setup allows you to play around with Vaultage, a real deployment involves a little bit more pieces.

Complete setup

Ready to use Vaultage to its full potential? Check out our guides to learn how to set up Vaultage in a secure and durable way.

Usage Documentation

Vaultage exposes a command line interface which you can keep open in a pinned tab in your browser. Whenever you need a password, switch to that tab and copy-paste it where needed.

The command line asks you to authenticate first (type auth). Then get a password by typing get followed by some search keywords.

Read the full usage documentation.


We welcome any contribution, whether it’s a bug report, a feature request or a full-blown code contribution. Please check CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.