PWX allows you to set up your own password exchange service to share passwords via a temporary link.
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Download the current stable release here or clone the repository.
# php composer.phar install
Create configuration file and adjust according to your environment:
# cp app/config.php.sample app/config.php
Create the database schema:
# app/console orm:schema-tool:create
Web server configuration
The Silex Documentation has example configurations for Apache, nginx, IIS & Lighttpd.
Download the latest source code.
If you are updating to a newer version follow these steps.
# php composer.phar update
Update the database schema:
# app/console orm:schema-tool:update --force
- English (en)
- Spanish (es)
- Esperanto (eo)
- and German (de)
are supported by PWX. Please set locale according to your requirements in the configuration. I'm happy to accept pull requests for additional translations.
You can use a GET parameter when linking to PWX. I.e.
This allows for one instance of PWX dynamically being accessed in different languages.
PWX supports all Bootswatch themes. You can adjust the appearance of the application to your liking by a simple config switch.
PWX uses the Robo task runner. After making changes to the JS or CSS files run:
# vendor/bin/robo build
to minify and concatenate the files.
Alternatively you can run:
# vendor/bin/robo watch
while developing which will automatically generate the minified and concatenated assets when style or script files are changed.
To run the integrated test suite please run:
PWX offers a simple API with the following endpoints:
Save an entry
Request Methoud: POST End Point: https://example.com/api Params: userName: string (default: "") password: string (reqired) comment: string (default: "") expires: int (time in s from when the entry will expire, min: 1h, max: 30days, default: 3600) oneTimeView: bool (whether or not the entry will be deleted after viewing it once, default: false) Response: hash string (id of entry)
Retrieve an entry
Request Methoud: GET End Point: https://example.com/api/[hash] Params: n/a Response: hash: string userName: string password: string comment: string
Delete an entry
Request Methoud: DELETE End Point: https://example.com/api/[hash] Params: n/a Response: n/a
You will be responsible to secure your environment. The author of this software takes no responsiblity for any damage as a result of using this software.