Gnome Web feature request: native pass password manager support (ala Browserpass)
Would anyone else like native support for a free and open source, cross-platform, decentralised, entirely self owned and controlled password management system?
It's best not to use passwords at all but rather gpg, sshkeys and other dual key systems. And don't keep them on any internet connected system or device.
Browserpass uses remote access to a hacker called zx2c4's "pass" program. zx2c4 claims to own a company called Edge Security, which among other services offers, "finding vulnerabilities, determining exploitation strategies, and producing detailed specifications on reverse engineered inter-workings."
@aral @gnome GNOME does ship with a nice password manager. Chromium stores passwords there by default. Idk about Epiphany, but being a core app it would surprise me if it didn't. The only thing missing is synchronisation with mobile devices (and maybe non-linux platforms). For the time being I'll stick to keepass.
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