|Developer(s)||Jason A. Donenfeld|
|Operating system||FreeBSD, Linux, OS X|
The passwords are encrypted and stored in separate files, and can be organized via the operating systems filesystem. A password file can contain additional text, such as the Username, the Email address or comments.
There are several graphical user interfaces (GUIs) available, such as QtPass for Linux/Windows/MacOS or Password Store for Android operating systems. A synching system is not implemented, but synching can be achieved, by synching the password files with the Git version control system.
- Bruce Byfield (January 2014). "Remembrance of Things Pass". Linux Magazine.
- Joe Brockmeier (24 June 2014). "Using pass to Manage Your Passwords on Fedora". Fedora Magazine.
- "Pass gets a fail: Simple Password Store suffers GnuPG spoofing bug".
- "Decades-old PGP bug allowed hackers to spoof just about anyone's signature".
- https://www.passwordstore.org/ Official Website
- https://qtpass.org/ GUI for Linux/Windows/MacOS
- Password Store for Android - Source Code: https://github.com/zeapo/Android-Password-Store
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