Support Tools for OpenSSH with multiple agents
The ssh-utils package provides tools and extensions for the application of SSH. Current contained tools: - ssh-agent-manage.sh The management of the parallel SSH access by multiple agents, sessions, and keys. - ssh-pk-type.sh Displays private key type. - ssh-pk-asn1.sh Displays the private key as ASN.1.
Simple Bash password manager using GPG and SQLite
Bash Password Manager (BPass) is a shell script that create a SQLite database in which you can store your passwords with the maximum security! In fact it uses GPG (or GPG+OpenSSL) to encrypt and decrypt your database. Now i'm developing the version 2.0 of this script and it will take me some times because i'm busy with my study! Please note that this project is in beta version so please use it only for testing purpose! I've tested this script on: - Ubuntu 11.10 x32/x64 - Ubuntu 12.04 x32/x64 - ArchLinux i686/x64 So please feel free to open tickets or mail me for everything :)
A set of tiny applications, shell scripts and other tools useful in ev
Tiny Applications Collection (or tinyapps) is a set of small tools which make everyday use of a Unix-based system even more enjoyable. The idea is to allow users to share their own tools that they find useful in their everyday use, and look at what others are doing in case there's something that may be of use. Usually putting out one or two files involves too many steps for anyone to bother, but here, tinyapps is a perfect place for such applications!
A gpg-based password manager with ncurses interface
Keys is a little, but enough powerful, password manager for linux systems with a 'fancy' ncurses interface. It base its security around strong GPG tecnology. Keys is merely a bash script that used internal bash commands and externals ones. Keys permits to store securely your password and credentials in gpg's encrypted files, structured in a multi-level tree. With Xdotool you can also use auto-typing, a must-have feature for this kind of software. Keys currently can open (with autotyping) these types of connections: - Open a website and logon with the provided credentials - Open an ssh/sftp connection with the provided credentials - Open an rdesktop connection with the provided credentials Also, Keys can store generic Account credentials (aka. username+password). Keys refers to every single encrypted file containing credentials as a 'DB key' (key database). Every 'DB key' can be open and view with standard gpg decrypting commands.