The Unix Password Manager
Pass Uses chained aes encryption to store passwords (or small notes) in a file that allows for easy modification and viewing of the stored passwords.
Passwords can be organised into directory trees like in a file system.
go get -u github.com/mytchel/pass to install then run
The first time it is run it will prompt for a password and initialise
a new encrypted file at
$HOME/.secstore. After that it will drop to
a repl and allow you to add, edit, delete, move, and rename passwords.
You can also give the commands as arguments eg:
pass show a-password
Is the same as running
Go and github.com/peterh/liner for repl support.
This all came about due to me switching to OpenBSD and discovering that the standard unix password manager didn't work. Portability didn't seem to be a concern. I remade the script to work much more simpily. Then I decided that it was kind of strange needing to have public and private keys just to encrypt some files with a password. That and my friend told me it was fucking weird to be using gpg for that.
Now you have this.