I have many old passwords from old companies in my vault.
I want to keep these passwords, but I want to hide the password from the autofill UI.
It would be nice if an “archive” folder existed which I could add passwords or folders to. Then, when I needed to retrieve these passwords, I could go search the archive specifically, or I could toggle the ability to include the archive in my searches.
An archive feature would be nice, but I’m not sure this would cover my use case. I keep passwords for other peoples’ accounts that I rarely access as collections in an organization. Right now, I see these accounts mixed in with my own. I would be interested in a feature that lets me hide the items in these collections from the browser extension. I also have some secure notes and identities that I’d like to hide from the browser extension.
Another, separate idea that comes to mind is an ability to isolate collections from my own account’s items (something like how you can view items from only one vault or view items from all vaults in 1Password).
Edit: It may be helpful to know how I use Bitwarden… I use the desktop client to manage the stored items and use the browser extension only to log into accounts and occasionally make small edits.
If you have a keyword dictionary it is possible to hide your passwords from the search.
For example, in computer networks if you do not want to allow certain Ips to access a page you have a list called blacklist, this list is a plain text list that provides a list of Ips or a range of Ips that will not access the website
This blacklist is conceptually called the list of disallowed keywords…
So… “Whitelist” is the list of allowed keywords and disallowed keywords is “blacklist”
Search engines use a file called robots.txt that tells the browser or google crawler whether to search for certain words or not.