A pass extension for importing data from most existing password managers (by roddhjav)

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  • End of Life for Twilio Authy Desktop App
    13 projects | | 13 Feb 2024
  • I Know What Your Password Was Last Summer
    1 project | | 11 Feb 2024
    > I always tell these people to just sign up for a password manager and they always resist and say no. I must be missing something obvious.

    Maybe they don't want to be relying on a random third-party for all their passwords?

    Rather than getting them to sign up for a password manager, what about getting them to install a password manager? I use - it encrypts your passwords with GPG, and shares the storage via a Git repository for synchronisation between different machines.

  • Command Line Interface Guidelines
    8 projects | | 6 Feb 2024
    That way you can delegate the password handling to another program, e.g. a password manager like pass(1) ( or some interactive graphical prompt.
  • Passit: Open-Source Password Manager
    5 projects | | 19 Jan 2024
    I want to move to something compatible with - an open standard for keeping your passwords in a folder encrypted with OpenPGP.

    The problem is that I'm nervous to give an unknown Android app and browser plugin total control of my passwords and access to my github account when I don't have time to review it's code properly. I have a bit more trust ing the command line tools, but I'd like to be sure that more people are looking at the code before I trust my life to it.

  • Ask HN: Best Password Manager without cloud login?
    4 projects | | 4 Jan 2024
    > Create a system or pattern based on url or brand and mentally hash it into a password.

    Doesn't sound very secure. Also when you realize that you anyway have to trust cryptography, I believe it starts making a lot of sense to have an actual cryptographic key and encrypt it with one good random password you learn by heart.

    I use pass, which encrypts my passwords with my GPG key, which comes from my Yubikey, which I unlock with a password. That means that I only need to remember one password, and it feels a lot more secure than your pattern based on url or brand.

  • Do you trust password mangers?
    2 projects | /r/privacy | 10 Dec 2023
    i use pass and keep my database on a local git repo. it encrypts your passwords with gpg and is a really simple command line program
  • Comment gérez-vous vos mots de passe ?
    4 projects | /r/france | 6 Dec 2023
  • Best way to store and Encrypt passwords? Need advice on my method...
    1 project | /r/DataHoarder | 4 Dec 2023
    If you want portability and simplicity, there's a project called simply pass that uses standard *nix utilities (and git, I believe) to manage passwords from CLI.
  • Bitwarden Broken in Linux
    9 projects | | 17 Nov 2023
    0. Pass is just text files encrypted with gpg. I needed just one password on one work computer, where I had my gpg key, but not all my passwords. Decrypted the file and that was it.

    1. There are plugins and web clients:

  • Bitwarden Adds Support for Passkeys
    3 projects | | 1 Nov 2023
    I've been incredibly happy with for years. The data store is a file hierarchy, with the files themselves encrypted with GPG. Sync is via git. TOTP support with a plugin.
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