Because it is open source and comes with powerful tools that preserve users’ privacy and security, it acquired an app Bitwarden Great popularity among users, and now there is an add-on feature that gives its users peace of mind, especially in emergency situations, and this feature is to support someone “trusted” access to your passwords.
However, you should know that this feature is only available to subscribers to the annual service plan, which is estimated at $ 10, and if you are one of these, you can now select specific contacts who can request access to your passwords, for example for the purpose of assistance if you are unable to obtain Your own passwords.
At the same time, this feature will only work if the trusted “other” person is using the Bitwarden app, regardless of whether he is working on the free version or subscribing to one of the paid plans.
However, once an emergency contact is set up, that entity will be able to request access via the Bitwarden web store, and the request is automatically approved after a period of time that you can predetermine, with an email notification allowing the request to be rejected or approved manually.
Finally, the Bitwarden service organizers indicated that this accessibility uses an encrypted key that allows users to grant emergency trusted contact permission to access Vault data in a Zero Knowledge / Zero Trust environment, with a maximum permission period of 5 days.