A secure and easy-to-use password manager for macOS and Linux.
- Strong, modern encryption with sensible defaults (ChaCha20-Poly1305, AES-GCM, OpenPGP)
- Configurable safe storage (file, AWS S3)
- Secure notes
- Built-in password generator
- Clipboard support
- Automatic backups
- Sync multiple safes
- Export accounts to JSON
- No external dependencies
go get -u github.com/bndw/pick
brew install bndw/pick/pick-pass
git clone https://github.com/bndw/pick && cd pick make make install
If you haven't used
pick before, first initialize your safe to set a master
Make your master password strong, unique, and don't forget it! You'll need your master password to access your safe. Without it your safe can not be unlocked.
Add an account
pick add work/email
View an account
pick cat work/email
Copy a password to the clipboard
pick cp work/email
For all commands, please refer to the Usage section with
Usage: pick [command] Available Commands: add Add a credential cat Cat a credential cp Copy a credential to the clipboard edit Edit a credential help Help about any command init Initialize pick ls List all credentials mv Rename a credential note Create a note pass Generate a password without storing it rm Remove a credential safe Perform operations on safe version Print the version number of pick Use "pick [command] --help" for more information about a command.
pick is focused on security and to this end it is essential to only run the
pick binary on a trusted computer. Conversely, you don't necessarily need to
trust the computer or server storing the pick safe (e.g.
Amazon S3). This is
because the pick safe is encrypted and authenticated and cannot by decrypted or
unnoticeably modified without the master password.
If you've found a vulnerability or a potential vulnerability in pick please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll send a confirmation email to acknowledge your report, and we'll send an additional email when we've identified the issue positively or negatively.