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Jilano14212179dSounds good! I'm interested!
Is it an implementation of something existing (e.g. Pass, etc.), Or something completely new?
Its something completely new.
I want to use it to apply for a apprenticeship, but if someone is interested in it , then I'll continue developing it.
Most import things about it, so far:
- written in Go
- Linux only, maybe also Unix, didn't test it so far
- passwords are stored in an aes-256 encrypted json-file
- key derivation is done with scrypt on the recommended high security settings
- the program is pretty much a shell to operate inside the password-store
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