gpassmanager

Injamul Mohammad Mollah (injamulmd) Publisher

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CommandLine Password Manager

A Commandline application for managing your passwords securely. It's a very secure password manager. The best part is It's save password locally. And everything is in your control. You can take backup of your data, issuing the following command.

$ gpassmanager export

Using gpassmanager, you can also generate secure passwords with given length.

$ gpassmanager gen

Now, you can import passwords from google accounts (Google Chrome passwords). First, you need to export the passwords as csv file. Then, import into gpassmanager by running the following,

$ gpassmanager import --csv [csv filename]

Mannual can be found at https://mrinjamul.github.io/gpassmanager please report a problem or issue at https://github.com/mrinjamul/gpassmanager

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Details for gpassmanager

License
Apache-2.0
Last updated
29 November 2020

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