Command-line password management.
$ npm install -g raziel
You may need to restart your terminal session after installing with npm.
The first time you save a password raziel asks for the master password. The
bcrypted hash of this password is stored in
~/.raziel.json. It's also used as
the encryption key to all of your passwords, so if you forget it, you're
If you don't like raziel, uninstall the module and delete ~/.raziel.json.
$ raziel twitter
It will ask you for your master password and then save a new password for twitter and copy it to your clipboard (Mac OS X).
$ raziel twitter
Copies your twitter password to the clipboard.
$ raziel list
Obviously, you can't store a password with the name
$ raziel rm twitter
-h, --help output usage information -v, --version output the version number -p, --pass [password] specify a password -r, --reset reset a password -l, --length [length] length, no less than 6 -n, --nonumbers no numbers -u, --nouppercase no uppercase -s, --nospecials no special chars -e, --echo echo password -m, --master [password] provide master password -j, --jsonfile [path] password file path
Create a new, auto-generated password on the
$ raziel fb
Reset the password to a new autho-generated password
$ raziel fb -r
Echo the password instead of copying to clipboard
$ raziel fb -e
Create a new specific password on the key
$ raziel github -p muhpassword
Reset and specify a password
$ raziel fb -rp muhtherpassword
Generate a 32 character password
$ raziel bank -l 32
Generate a password with no special chars
$ raziel whatevs -s
Generate a really crappy password (no caps, no numbers, no specials, 6 chars)
$ raziel pansie -nusl 6
Echo a password w/o being prompted for the master password:
$ raziel fb -e -m masterpassword
Your master password is stored as a bcrypted hash.
Your other passwords are encrypted with aes256 using your raw master password as the key (which isn't stored anywhere, you provide it with each use).
So, it's pretty useless w/o knowing your master password.
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