Mmh, I really do like #Pass
, "the standard unix password manager" ( https://www.passwordstore.org/
). I like the concept of using ordinary #GnuPG
-encrypted files as password entries.
You are able to use more than one #OpenPGP
key to encrypt the entries. Think of multiple e-mail recipients, the mail has to be encrypted to all of them. I'm using this Pass feature for some
directories. One directory hierarchy is shared with a "less secure" mobile device. So all entries in that are encrypted for two keys: the main Pass key an a special OpenPGP-Key of the mobile device. On the mobile device is only this one OpenPGP private key installed, not the prviate key of the main password store. Sweet, he?
Now the problem: on my computer, where I use the main OpenPGP Key, every time pass asks me in the first place for the passphrase of the mobile device key. This drives me nuts!