I've been using Bitwarden for years. It generates a unique password for every website I visit. There's only been one small problem - I want a unique username for each website.
Let me explain. Sometimes websites sell or leak your email address to spammers. If you're using
firstname.lastname@example.org for every site, you'll never know who leaked your details. Bitwarden can fix that!
— Bitwarden (@Bitwarden) April 28, 2022
So now, with a couple of clicks, you can tell Bitwarden to generate a unique random email address. If the email attracts spam, you'll know where it has come from and will be able to easily block it.
Here's what the process looks like:
You can also tell it to use plus addressing -
email@example.com. Or you can have it generate an address based on the domain you're logging in to -
I thoroughly recommend using a unique password and email address on every service you use. It increases your security and protects your privacy.