An open source, fully transparent and extremely secure password manager
- Optional two factor encryption using physical Qvault cards (QR code contains a key that is scanned with a webcam to unlock vault)
- Optional recovery code stored on Qvault card in case master password is forgotten
- Free optional cloud backup storage. All encrypted vaults are stored locally in a ".qvault" file, and the same encrypted file can be stored on our servers.
- Can be used offline
- Virtual keyboard to bypass keylogger malware
- Import passwords from a CSV (most browsers can export to CSV)
- Don't trust, verify! Open source is the only way secret managers should be
- Windows, Mac and Linux
- All windows and mac releases are code signed and updates are optional (prompted) within the app
The best way to get in contact with the developers is on the public discord server.
Qvault uses eslint and all pull requests must pass the eslint tests specified in travis.yml. To run the linting tests:
To try to autofix the repo:
Set the correct node version:
Run in development mode
Build from source
It may give warnings about not being able to push to github. Ignore these warning as you are just building for yourself.
Feel free to contribute by forking the repo and opening pull requests. Please ensure that your code passes the existing tests, and write tests to test your changes if applicable.
We also use eslint, so make sure your code adheres to the rules defined in .eslintrc.json
All pull requests should be submitted to the "master" branch. Code in the "prod" branch is live in the latest release.
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