What password manager do you use? Or, why none?
@mckinley i use pass along with the android and browser-pass clients. it is very good and keeping in sync is pretty simple.
I’ve head good things from 1Password among friends. Perhaps not having a free tier makes it harder to be known here.
I’m using BitWarden free for everything except TOTP. I’m not syncing pwds with a team anymore, so I don’t need Team featured by now. Having it easyly available from all my devices is a plus.
That said, I’m always interested of alternatives improving my current “pass flow”, thanks everyone for sharing.
Those using console or Git-synced alternatives. How do you check your passwords on mobile devices?
I tried using KeePass for Android, but I found the sync part a bit inconvenient, related to mainstream alternatives which work automatically.
gopass I assume you can share the repo with a team, but can you use multiple repos? so you could share only a few secrets with selected people?… Thx!
@prologic I use Syncthing to sync passwords, dotfiles, tutorials, scripts…
@eaplmx I switched to Vector Pass (dog fooding) as my main Password Manager, nothing else before except for my brain.
@email@example.com this looks amazing, I’ll play with it soon
@firstname.lastname@example.org It does, but keepassxc-cli makes you type in your passphrase for literally every operation, with no way to cache it like gpg-agent does.
@email@example.com This is pretty cool. It looks like it needs
xdotool installed in addition to
dmenu (I’m using X11).
dmenu itself conflicts horribly with my KDE/plasma setup for some reason so I think I’d have to tinker to get this to a usable state.