gpgstore: experimental credential storage utility
v0.0.2 - Experimental
gpgstore is a utility to help securely store lists of credentials in separately encrypted 'tiers'. The first tier has access to all the data - each subsequent tier loses a level of access, and each tier's file can be encrypted with a separate
gpgstore is in an early experimental state, but is currently functioning and usable. The user must install GnuPG and make sure it is available on their
gpgstore can function properly.
gpgstore can be installed via GitHub:
git clone git://github.com/AvianFlu/gpgstore.git
avian@avian:~/gpgstore$ ./gpgstore Usage: gpgstore [JSON file to encrypt] gpgstore -d [decrypt file]
gpgstore can currently do two things: encryption from the master JSON to tiered .gpg files, and decryption of a given .gpg back to the screen.
Please Note that you may need to enter the password for your secret key in order to use it for decryption.