If you are still looking for a cross-platform password manager that syncs data securely between your devices, then RememBear may be an option.
I reviewed RememBear back in 2017 when it was released by the VPN company Tunnelbear which came to some fame thanks to its VPN application. The company was acquired by Mcafee in 2018 and it appears that it is still part of the security company.
RememBear ticks the right boxes: it uses AES256 encryption to protect passwords from unauthorized access, supports all major platforms (except Linux), supports the saving of other data such as notes, autofill on websites (including Credit Card information if added), one-time codes, a password generator, and browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. The service was audited previously as well.
You can get a 2-year or 3-year subscription to the service for 33% off currently. The 2-year subscription is just $2 cheaper than the 3-year subscription which is why we link to it as it offers better value.
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If this particular offer is not for you, you may want to check out other password manager deals on Ghacks Deals.
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