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I started in the shopping course this weekend. I started to set up anonaddy, then decided I should set up my proton mail account first. Before I finished that, I detoured to Bitwarden. I had just heard Guy Swann mention the recent LastPass data breach on his podcast, so switching my password manager was fresh on my mind. I’ve used LastPass for more than 7 years, despite several hacks to LastPass and to other sites I use. Nothing bad has happened as a result (yet), but I’ve been notified through different ID monitoring services that some of my information is on the dark web. That’s creepy.
With that said, I started down the Bitwarden path this evening. Some of my settings options didn’t match with Glenn’s video, but I’ve got it up and running. I assume we shouldn’t export our LastPass data to a .csv file for import to Bitwarden, since Glenn didn’t mention it as an option, although I was sure tempted to do it to save time. In the meantime, I was able to add a few websites to Bitwarden very easily and quickly. I just logged in with LastPass, and Bitwarden asked if I would like to save the password. Sometimes Bitwarden didn’t ask, so I had to manually copy and paste from LastPass. Not too terrible, but I’ll probably leave any more like that until later.
I would really appreciate it if Glenn would address the export to .csv file method on the ‘Input Your Existing Passwords into Bitwarden’ section! Is it ok to use that feature to import our passwords to Bitwarden? Why or why not? Thank you!!