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Server Passmanager (Proof of Concept)

At work we use a webbased password manager to manage all logins for our servers, both for root and site-level. And we keep a list of user accounts we've created for our customers and for ourselves. However, logins might change and the current way we do things are manually. This means that when our co-workers have it busy, logins might no longer work or not all required details are listed. So when we do need to have a login, we need to perform many steps just to get the login. Sure, you can use SSH key solutions or services like 1Password or LastPass, but for our workplace this wasn't an option. To improve this web based password manager, i've build this example in a couple of ours to suggest a different approach with added functionality making sure you can jump from website to server details to customer details and back.

Installation

  1. Copy the .env.example file to .env and enter your database details
  2. Make sure you are running PHP 7.4 or above
  3. Run composer install
  4. Run yarn install && yarn watch
  5. Run ./run.sh reset to run migrations and fill the database with fake data.

If you can't run bash in step 5, you can run the following command: php artisan db:wipe && php artisan migrate:install && php artisan migrate && php artisan db:seed

Screenshots

Here are a few screenshots of the Server Password manager. Please not that domain names, ip's and shown login data are fake. I don't recomment visiting the faked domains

Server view:

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Domain view:

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Proof of Concept password manager that I made for my work as a replacement for its current way of storing passwords. You can't edit any data yet, but it was just to give a taste on how it would look and work

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