A simple, command-line password manager
pass is a simple, command-line password manager that stores each password in a separate text file, encrypted with a GPG key.
Passwords can be generated, managed and modified. They can also be temporarily copied to the clipboard from the command line. Finally, `pass` can be accessed by more complex interfaces, or integrated into other applications.
21 November 2014
Leaders and contributors
|Jason A. Donenfeld||Developer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||GPG|
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