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Integrate it better into iOS #63

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nielsk opened this Issue Mar 18, 2017 · 7 comments

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nielsk commented Mar 18, 2017

With other password-managers like 1Password or Enpass for example, I have in some apps the possibility to directly get my password. I guess they all use some way so that apps that integrate the 1Password App Extension can speak with them as well

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nielsk commented Mar 18, 2017

Here is an explanation on stack overflow how to do this:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38819916/how-to-make-a-compatible-password-extension

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mssun commented Mar 19, 2017

Thanks Niel. There is one consideration we are still debating. Currently, we didn't store decrypted passwords. All passwords is decrypted at runtime. However, without storing the decrypted password, we cannot get meta data such as URL. Therefore, providing an app extension/safari extension could be a problem.

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nielsk commented Mar 19, 2017

The advantage would be at least that it could react on the password-button some apps have on iOS which opens a sheet which lets me choose my password manager. And then I could open from there Pass, search my password (you could try to suggest entries that would fit by name with a fuzzy search). And then let me copy the password and return to the app after copying the password.

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seanfarley commented Mar 27, 2017

Couldn't you do the same thing as browserpass? Check the names of the file (e.g. .password-store/foo.com.pgp)? Of course, that would only work for one meta field, namely, the URL.

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mssun commented Mar 27, 2017

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yishilin14 commented Jun 14, 2017

Hi all, we are working on this now. Thank you for your suggestions and materials!

I am closing this one because there are separated issues about the same extension. And I would like to redirect all general discussions about the extension in #98.

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