Open URLs of entries with hotkey
Add new Entries to Password Storage
Edit existing Entries
Generate new passwords for entries
Inline view, which can copy/type individual entries
Move/Delete existing entries
Support for different password stores (roots), e.g. to separate passwords for work from private passwords
Type any field from entry
Auto-typing of user and/or password fields. The format for password files should look like:
foobarmysecurepassword user: MyUser url: http://my.url.foo
Auto-typing of more than one field, using the
foobarmysecurepassword --- user: MyUser SomeField: foobar AnotherField: barfoo url: http://my.url.foo autotype: SomeField :tab user :tab AnotherField :tab pass
You can use
:spacehere to type Tab, Enter, or Space (useful for toggling checkboxes) respectively.
:otpwill generate an OTP, either
pass-otp(1)style, or according to the
otp_method:, if it is defined.
Generating OTPs. The format for OTPs should either be
Or it should define a method for generating OTPs:
[...] otp_method: /opt/obscure-otp-generator/oog --some-option some args
:delaywill trigger a delay (2 seconds by default).
All hotkeys are configurable in the config file
The field names for
Bookmarks mode (open stored URLs in browser, default: Alt+x)
Share common used passwords between several entries (with different URLs, usernames etc)
- pass (http://www.passwordstore.org/)
- rofi (https://github.com/DaveDavenport/rofi)
- bash 4.x
- pass-otp(1) (https://github.com/tadfisher/pass-otp) (optional: for OTPs)
rofi-pass may read its configuration values from different locations in the following order:
/etc/rofi-pass.confrofi-pass only loads the first existing file. In case no config file exists, rofi-pass uses its internal default values. You can set the environment variable like this:
For an example configuration please take a look at the included
rofi-pass comes with a tiny helper script, which makes it easier to create new pass entries. Just run it with
addpass --name "My new Site" +user "zeltak" +branch "branch" +custom "foobar" +autotype "branch :tab user :tab pass"
- First argument
--nameis mandatory. This will be the filename of the new password entry.
- Second argument can be
--rootfollowed by absolute path to your password-store. addpass also uses root config setting from rofi-pass config file. If both are not found, PASSWORD_STORE_DIR variable is checked. If none of the above are found, the default location
--rootcan also be a colon separated list of directories, in which case you can navigate between them on the main menu with Shift+Left and Shift+Right.
- Fieldnames are defined with
+and the actual value is defined inside the quotations. You can add as many fields as you like
keepass2 import script
Also included is an import script for keepass2 databases. It's the same script that can be downloaded from the pass homepage, with some minor modifications to match rofi-pass structure.
Finally a script to export your pass database to csv is included. The resulting csv was tested in keepassxc.
Rofi-pass allows you to easily share common used passwords across multiple entries. For example, if you have an academic account which includes several services (such as a library, Salary, Student portal etc), all with different URL's, login forms etc. you can share one password across all of them. This is very handy when the passwords change annually. To use this function you need to add the following line instead of the password, referencing a pass file which holds the password.
where PATH is relative to your password-store.
And yes, you should slap your service provider for forcing you to share passwords across services.
User filename as user
If your password file has no user field you can ask rofi-pass to use the filename instead.
For example with this password file path :
web/fsf.org/rms rofi-pass will user
rms as your username.
To get this, you need to set
:filename in your configuration.
rofi pass prints garbage instead of my actual passes
Make sure to run
setxkbmap <language> <variant> at the start of your Xorg