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README.md

Passman

Passman is a full featured password manager.

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Contents

Screenshots

Logged in to vault

Credential selected

Edit credential

Password tool

For more screenshots: Click here

Features:

  • Multiple vaults
  • Vault keys are never sent to the server
  • 256-bit AES-encrypted credentials (see security)
  • User-defined custom credentials fields
  • Built-in OTP (One Time Password) generator
  • Password analyzer
  • Securely share passwords internally and via link
  • Import from various password managers:
    • KeePass
    • LastPass
    • DashLane
    • ZOHO
    • Clipperz.is
    • EnPass
    • ocPasswords

Try a Passman demo here.

Tested on

  • Nextcloud 14

For older Versions see the Releases Tab

External apps

Database Compatibility

Supported Tested Untested
SQL Lite
MySQL / MariaDB
travis
pgsql

Security

Password generation

Passman can generate passwords and measure their strength using zxcvbn.

Generate passwords as you like

Passwords are generated using sjcl randomization.

Storing credentials

All passwords are encrypted client side with sjcl using 256-bit AES. You supply a vault key which sjcl uses to encrypt your credentials. Your encrypted credentials are then sent to the server and encrypted yet again using the following routine:

Sharing credentials

Passman allows users to share passwords. (Administrators may disable this feature.)

API

Passman offers a developer API.

Support Passman

Passman is open source but we’ll gladly accept a beer or pizza! Please consider donating:

Code reviews

If you have any code improvements:

  • Clone us
  • Make your edits
  • Add your name to the contributors
  • Send a PR

Or, if you’re feeling lazy, create an issue and we’ll think about it.

Docker

To run Passman with Docker, use our test Docker image. Supply your own self-signed SSL certs or use Let’s Encrypt. Please note: The Docker image is for testing only as database user / password are hardcoded.

If you’d like to spice up our Passman Docker image into a full-fledged, production-ready install, you’re welcome to do so. Please note:

  • Port 80 and 443 are used
  • SSL is enabled (or disabled if no certs are found)
  • Container startup time must be less than 15 seconds

Example:

docker run -p 8080:80 -p 8443:443 -v /directory/cert.pem:/data/ssl/cert.pem -v /directory/cert.key:/data/ssl/cert.key brantje/passman

If you want a production-ready container, use the Nextcloud Docker and install Passman as an app.

Development

  • Passman uses a single .js file for templates which minimizes XHR template requests.
  • CSS uses SASS, so Ruby and SASS must be installed.
  • templates.js and the CSS are built with grunt.
  • Watch for changes using grunt watch.
  • Run unit tests — Install phpunit globally, setup environment variables in the launch_phpunit.sh script, and run the script. All arguments passed to launch_phpunit.sh are forwarded to phpunit.

Main developers

  • Brantje
  • Animalillo

Contributors

Add yours when creating a pull request!

  • Newhinton

FAQ

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