pass-import

A pass extension for importing data from most of the existing password manager. (by roddhjav)

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roddhjav/pass-import is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts

Posts where pass-import has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-05-14.
  • a new age-based cli password manager
    reddit.com/r/linux | 2021-05-14
  • Is PGP still secure/relevant for secure communication?
    reddit.com/r/privacy | 2021-05-07
    Use it to store your passwords and secure notes. https://www.passwordstore.org
  • Journée mondiale du mot de passe
    reddit.com/r/france | 2021-05-06
  • What is a program that you use that's uncommon but essential for you?
    reddit.com/r/archlinux | 2021-05-04
    pass, a password manager that encrypts all the contents and git versions it for easy syncing and version control.
  • SW that does cloud files encryption
    I think pass (https://www.passwordstore.org/) or one of his GUI could fill your need but few examples or your workflow could maybe help to suggest something better.
  • How safe is Master Password?
    I'm still a big fan of https://www.passwordstore.org and hosting it on my own personal repo at home (along with Wireguard when I need to access it or my network away from home. I left Bitwarden years ago for it. Plus I use it for 2FA which is nice.
  • Getting into password managers for the first time, what to look for / recommendations based on my needs?
  • Google have declared Droidscript is malware
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-27
  • Backdoored password manager stole data from as many as 29K enterprises
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-24
  • Hacker News top posts: Apr 14, 2021
    Pass: The standard Unix password manager\ (184 comments)
  • Pass: The standard Unix password manager
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-13
  • 1Password Secrets Automation
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-13
    Besides what others have mentioned, there is one feature i really miss from not just bitwarden but almost every other password manager. I basically just want a password manager that can store my secrets (2FA tokens included!) in an encrypted format, integrates with filling passwords on desktops and handheld devices, _AND is able to (two way) synchronize this encrypted storage as a simple file to whatever storage i prefer.

    That might be iCloud, OneDrive, WebDAV, S3, or simply just a SMB server on my local network. My main negative point about Bitwarden is that it either requires me to store passwords in a cloud on a subscription service, or it requires me to selfhost something.

    Selfhosting is (probably) fine if we're talking a Plex server or something that isn't mission critical, but hosting a bitwarden server suddenly requires me to be a sysadm in my spare time, something i'd rather keep to my daytime job (and nights when operations calls, and weekends when things needs upgrading).

    The only password manager i've found that ticks most boxes is password-store (https://www.passwordstore.org/), but it lacks in browser integration, and by default leaks web addresses for the stored secrets. Other than that it works well. It's self contained, and uses git for synchronization, meaning i can be "on the go", add a password, and synchronize it to a local git service on my LAN when i get back home, or in case i need it on another platform _now_, i can connect through VPN and synchronize.

  • Show HN: Personal Data Management Dashboard
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-12
    If you're already a UNIXy kind of person, you might want to check out https://www.passwordstore.org/.

    If you're comfortable in the UNIX world, it's easy to migrate from all the big players, it's trivial to host the encrypted passwords on gitlab.com or [email protected]

    To me, the key differentiating feature, that made it better than bitwarden + co, is that it implements nothing on its own, it's just a wrapper around git, gnupg, etc.

    Oh, and it has mobile clients / multiple-device-sync, too. And it's easy to manage, because it's just git under the hood.