Vaultwarden

Version: 1.25.0 (Web Vault 2.28.1)
Required minimum memory: 1024MB
Last updated 23 May 2022

Recent Changes

  • Update Vaultwarden to 2.25.0

  • Full changelog

  • Updated included web vault to v2.28.1

  • Update Rocket to 0.5 and async, and compile on stable by @dani-garcia in #2276

  • Update async to prepare for main merge + several updates by @BlackDex in #2292

  • Add IP address to missing/invalid password message for Sends by @jaen in #2313

  • Add support for custom .env file path by @TinfoilSubmarine in #2315

  • Added autofocus to pw field on admin login page by @taylorwmj in #2328

  • Update login API code and update crates to fix CVE by @BlackDex in #2354

Overview

This is the Rust implementation of the Bitwarden backend, not the official server backend, but fully compatible with the Client apps.

Vaultwarden is a self-hosted password manager. It allows you to store and manage your passwords, credit cards, and other private information in a secure way while still allowing you to access it from your browser, phone, or desktop.

Note on User Management: Vaultwarden does not support Single Sign On. This is by design for security reasons. You must create a new password for your Vaultwarden account.

By default it will allow open registration. This can be changed via environment variables at /app/data/config.env.

Client Apps

The official client apps from bitwarden.com are all supported. In fact the webfrontend, packaged together with this app, is also the official one.

Clients can be downloaded at bitwarden.com

Those apps are a lot of effort to maintain, so please consider supporting the upstream project.


Install Vaultwarden in a few minutes on your server with Cloudron. To install Cloudron first, follow our setup steps.