Napa, a simple and secure command line password manager

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  • pass-import

    A pass extension for importing data from most of the existing password manager.

    Napa is a simple command line password manager based on libsodium. Napa grew out of my frustration with maintaining a GPG key to use pass, and some unfortunate security problems associated with using GPG (such as no authenticated encryption). Napa isn't ready for regular use yet, but the design and database format have mostly stabilized. Notable features include:

  • passff

    zx2c4 pass manager extension for Firefox, Chrome and Opera

    The reason I currently use pass is that it has Firefox integration through PassFF: https://github.com/passff/passff

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  • rooster

    The simple password manager for geeks.

    How does napa compare to rooster?

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