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README.md

gopass Gopher by Vincent Leinweber, remixed from the Renée French original Gopher

gopass

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The slightly more awesome Standard Unix Password Manager for Teams. Written in Go.

Table of Contents

  1. Abstract
  2. Demo
  3. Features
  4. Installation
  5. Development
  6. Credit & License
  7. Community
  8. Contributing
  9. Acknowledgements
  10. Further Documentation

Abstract

Password management should be simple and follow Unix philosophy. With pass, each secret lives inside of a gpg encrypted file whose filename is the title of the website or resource that requires the secret. These encrypted files may be organized into meaningful folder hierarchies, copied from computer to computer, and, in general, manipulated using standard command line file management utilities. - passwordstore.org

gopass is a rewrite of the pass password manager in Go with the aim of making it cross-platform and adding additional features. Our target audience are professional developers and sysadmins (and especially teams of those) who are well versed with a command line interface. One explicit goal for this project is to make it more approachable to non-technical users. We go by the UNIX philosophy and try to do one thing and do it well, providing a stellar user experience and a sane, simple interface.

Demo

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Features

Please see docs/features.md for an extensive list of all features along with several usage examples.

Feature pass gopass State Description
Secure secret storage stable Securely storing secrets encrypted with GPG
Recipient management beta Easily manage multiple users of each store
Multiple stores beta Mount multiple stores in your root store, like file systems
password quality assistance beta Checks existing or new passwords for common flaws
Binary support alpha Special handling of binary files (automatic Base64 encoding)
K/V and YAML support alpha Special handling for Key/Value and YAML content in secrets
password leak checker alpha Perform offline checks against known leaked passwords
PAGER support stable Automatically invoke a pager on long output
JSON API alpha Allow gopass to be used as a native extension for browser plugins
Automatic fuzzy search stable Automatically search for matching store entries if a literal entry was not found
gopass sync beta Easy to use syncing of remote repos and GPG keys
Desktop Notifications beta Display desktop notifications and completing long running operations
OTP support (✔) stable Generate HOTP/TOTP tokens based on the stored secret
Multiple Crypto Backends alpha Extensible crypto backend support (GPG, NaCl)
Editing Recipients per Secret beta Select recipients per secret when encrypting

Installation

If you have Go 1.10 (or greater) installed:

go get github.com/gopasspw/gopass

Otherwise, please see docs/setup.md.

Development

This project uses GitHub Flow. In other words, create feature branches from master, open an PR against master, and rebase onto master if necessary.

We aim for compatibility with the latest stable Go Release only.

Credit & License

gopass is maintained by the nice folks from JustWatch and licensed under the terms of the MIT license.

Maintainers of this repository:

Please refer to the Git commit log for a complete list of contributors.

Community

gopass is developed in the open. Here are some of the channels we use to communicate and contribute:

Contributing

We welcome any contributions. Please see the CONTRIBUTING.md file for instructions on how to submit changes. If your are planning on making more elaborate or controversial changes, please discuss them on the gopass-developers mailing list or on IRC before sending a pull request.

Acknowledgements

gopass was initially started by Matthias Loibl and Dominik Schulz. The majority of its development has been sponsored by JustWatch.

Further Documentation