Passman is a full featured password manager.
- External apps
- Support passman
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- Vault key is never sent to the server
- Credentials are stored with 256 bit AES (see security)
- Ability to add custom fields to credentials
- Built-in OTP(One Time Password) generator
- Password analyzer
- Share passwords internally and via link in a secure manner.
- Import from various password managers:
For a demo of this app visit https://demo.passman.cc
- NextCloud 10 / 11
- ownCloud 9.1+
- SQL Lite*
- MySQL / MariaDB*
*Tested on travis
Passman features a build in password generator.
Not it only generates passwords, but it also measures their strength using zxcvbn.
All passwords are encrypted client side using sjcl which uses AES-256 bit. Users supply a vault key which is feed into sjcl as encryption key. After the credentials are encrypted they are send to the server, there they will be encrypted again. This time using the following routine:
- A key is generated using
secretfrom config.php so back those up
- Then the key is stretched using Password-Based Key Derivation Function 2 (PBKDF2).
- Encrypt-then-MAC (EtM) is used for ensuring the authenticity of the encrypted data.
- Uses openssl with the
- Initialization vector (IV) is hidden
- Double Hash-based Message Authentication Code (HMAC) is applied for verification of the source data.
Passman allows users to share passwords (this can be turned off by an administrator).
For developers Passman offers an api.
Passman is open source, and we would gladly accept a beer (or pizza!)
Please consider donating
If you have any improvements regarding our code. Please do the following
- 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.
To run Passman with Docker you can use our test docker image.
You have to supply your own SSL certs, self signed or Let's encrypt it doesn't matter.
Please note that the docker is only for testing purposes, as database user / password are hardcoded.
If you like to spiece up our docker image and make it a full fledged secure, production ready install, you're welcome to do so.
Please note that:
- Port 80 and 443 are used
- SSL is enabled (or disabled if certs not found)
- Startup time of container must be less than 15 seconds
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 you can use the Nextcloud docker, and install passman as an app.
Passman uses a single
.js file for the templates. This gives the benefit that we don't need to request every template with XHR.
For CSS we use SASS so you need ruby and sass installed.
templates.js and the CSS are built with
To watch for changes use
To run the unit tests install phpunit globally, and setup the environment variables on the
launch_phpunit.sh script then just run that script, any arguments passed to this script will be forwarded to phpunit.
Add yours when creating a pull request!
Are you adding something to check if malicious code is executing on the browser?
No, because malicious code could edit the functions that check for malicious code.