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An unofficial Bitwarden password manager server written in Rust
- During install, a self-signed 4096-bit RSA TLS certificate is created to allow encrypted HTTPS access, which is required for access with most Bitwarden clients and reasonable as of the sensitivity of the data a password manager handles.
- Most web browsers will warn you on access that the certificate is not trusted, although usually you can choose to ignore that and still access the web vault.
- Most Bitwarden clients on the other hand will deny to access your server, as long as the certificate is not trusted. Read more about how to add a self-signed certificate to the OS' Trusted Root Certification Authorities store: T.b.d
- As fast as you have a public domain name for your DietPi server, we recommend to request an official trusted CA certificate, e.g. via dietpi-letsencrypt and setup either a reverse proxy, or configure Bitwarden_RS to use the retrieved key and certificate directly via ROCKET_TLS setting in the config file (see below).
- URL = https://<your.IP>:8001
- On first access, you need to create an account, either via web UI or via client (see below).
: Any official Bitwarden client will work: https://bitwarden.com/download/
- Select the settings gear at the top left of the window.
- Add https://<your.IP>:8001 into the custom server field.
- Create a new account, which will be created on your own server only.
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