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Sept. 15, 2022, 9:56 p.m. | /u/notmuchery

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Hi everyone,

I was surprised I didn't find any results in the privacy subs about the native apple pass manager... (it might be because when I search iOS password manager, all the results are asking about password managers for iOS, but no mention of the native one).

So I was wondering what your thoughts are?

Other than it not being open-source, and maybe depending on iCloud (if I understand it correctly), I couldn't think of other reasons why not to …

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