raps2 is a simple password safe. You give it a name, a password, and optional metadata, and it will encrypt and store them for you. It uses Eksblowfish for crypto, which offers a configurable key setup time, so you can make it as slow as you want. Each password is saved in a separate file, making it easy to track them in version control.
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix|
Release Notes: This release adds the --chrome and --xclip-cmd options to make "raps2 get" work with the Chrome browser.
Release Notes: The password setup cost can now be configured. When adding an account, you can leave the password field blank to have one generated for you and optionally output or placed in the clipboard.
Release Notes: This release fixes the dependencies listed in its Build file. It also contains a great deal of improvements for the App::Raps2 library, which raps2 uses as a backend (and which may be used by other scripts to interact with the raps2 password store).
Release Notes: raps2 now prints an error when used with unknown arguments. The other changes in this release only affect the App::Raps2 library that raps2 uses as a backend.
Release Notes: This release introduces two new commands: "raps2 del