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.
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