#696 Cloud support

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nobody
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2013-08-29
2012-12-09
DirkBl
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Can't belive I am the first to request this feature:
Some kind of cloud support!

I am using pwsafe for a long time meanwhlie - and i am using it on my desktop and my laptop (would love to use it on my android too).
However - maybe i do not have the latest releases, but with those i have, i am swapping and copying the db files from desktop to laaptop and back...

I would really higly apreciate having some kind of cluf functionality/support, being able to use my pw-database from any device/computer

Discussion

  • Rony Shapiro

    Rony Shapiro - 2012-12-10

    What support would you expect beyond what you can get from the existing versions of PasswordSafe by putting the password database (pwsafe.psafe3) in the cloud folder that you're using (DropBox, SugarSync, GoogleDrive, etc.)?

     
  • Thomas Waldmann

    Thomas Waldmann - 2013-08-29

    Although I trust passwordsafe a lot (otherwise I would not use it), I am feeling uncomfortable uploading my password db to the usual cloud services.

    I am currently using bittorrent-sync (btsync) to sync the stuff between 2 linux machines and my android phone. Works for me and the stuff is only on MY systems.

    btsync is currently in beta and seems closed source, thus it is not perfect, but better than some of the alternatives.

     
  • Rony Shapiro

    Rony Shapiro - 2013-08-29

    Other alternatives to working with "the usual" cloud services:
    - Wuala (non-US based, strong claims to privacy)
    - Symform (cloud based on cooperating peers distributing encrypted images)
    - Boxcryptor - and encrypting add-in for "the usual" that supports keeping encryption keys wholly at the end user.

    (I've no vested interest, commercial or otherwise, in any of the above. Caveat emptor, YYMV, TAANSTAAFL, etc.)

     

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