So I'm kind of tired of having more than one password, as anyone would be. But at the same time, I'm way more paranoid about security than I am knowledgeable about computer security.
Passwords must be encrypted and not decryptable without my password (obviously, can't imagine a password manager without this).
It needs to run on at least both Windows and Linux. I would also appreciate if it runs on BSD and MacOS in case if I ever try them for personal devices. Also Android if that's possible, but that's low priority, I don't log into stuff on my phone often.
It needs to be as close to 100% open source as possible, strongly preferably at 100% and under a FOSS license like the GNU GPL or MIT licenses.
As I said, I'm paranoid, and this means if they have proprietary code, I can't trust it.
It would also be nice if it has sane defaults making it simple to use, but this isn't a requirement since I'm willing to take the time to learn what I'm doing if it means more security.
I'd also appreciate anything you all think I should know when it comes to security with password managers.