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Question: is it possible to mass import passes? #339

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slackhead opened this Issue Dec 24, 2017 · 2 comments

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slackhead commented Dec 24, 2017

I have a python script an exported all my passwords from firefox. I would like to add them to pass, but doing it one by one and with a password prompt would be messy.

Is there way I can import them automatically? Even if I wrote a shell script to read my password file and add that way it would be acceptable.

What are my options?

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jounathaen commented Dec 25, 2017

At the moment, I don't have the time to give you an exact solution, but QtPass is basically a GUI for Pass, which is an command line Tool.
It should be rather easy to automatise this with a script.
Something like pass insert blah blubber.
You can use pass on the same repository as you use for QtPass.

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slackhead commented Dec 26, 2017

This is what I came up with, if it's of use to anyone else:

Add passwords into ~/.password-store
passes.txt is created using firefox_decrypt.py from:
https://github.com/Unode/firefox_decrypt/blob/master/firefox_decrypt.py

python firefox_decrypt.py [firefox profile] > passes.txt

(Enter master password if there is one.)

You will need to check the first line of passes.txt, and if it's
blank, delete it.

bash:
`
PFILE=passes.txt
WC=$(wc -l $PFILE | awk '{print $1}')

for entry in $(seq 0 4 $WC)
do
unset ENTRY
for index in seq 1 3
do
ENTRY="$ENTRY$(head -n $((index+entry)) $PFILE | tail -n 1)\n"
done

URL=$(echo -e $ENTRY | grep Website: | awk '{print $2}'
| sed -r 's,^http[s]?://,,')

US=$(echo -e $ENTRY | grep Username: | awk '{print $2}'
| sed -r "s,',,g")

PW=$(echo -e $ENTRY | grep Password: | awk '{print $2}'
| sed -r "s,',,g")

echo "Processing $URL"
(echo $PW; echo "user: $US") | pass insert -f -m $URL
done
`

Ugh github uses hashes for formatting even when using code tags...

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