Why Self Host Bitwarden Unified?
Cryptocurrency Investment Security
As a Cryptocurrency investor, security has to be at the forefront of your trading and investment decisions. Over the past decade, thousands of cryptocurrency investors have lost millions due to phishing attacks, social engineering, and poor password and security practices.
You don’t have to rely on a third-party password manager like LastPass or DashLane. Companies like this have been hacked before, and if you rely on them to store your most sensitive information, you could be in trouble.
Take control of your security, and follow these easy steps to set up your encrypted password manager with Bitwarden - using open-source technology. Whether you’re a complete beginner to cyber security or a systems engineer, I will show you how to quickly and easily set up your password management system
Bitwarden is now offering a new, lightweight deployment option for self-hosted environments, allowing users to choose different types of databases like SQL Server, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.
At the time of writing, this is a beta release, so it may be unstable and have issues, so users with an organization vault should use the standard deployment option.
The unified deployment option offers a simplified Docker deployment and resource efficiency.