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#1 2017-10-12 19:17:19

dr34m
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pass and best pratical sync options

Hi guys,

I really like pass, the zx2c4's password manager.

But I have a problem, I use it only on my laptop (for everyday work) but my project is to start using it on my PC at home and on my android device.

I know there are many options (git, syncthing etc etc) but I would like to know what you use, especially for android (I use firefox).

Thanks

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#2 2017-10-12 19:33:52

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

I sync using git.
I use the Android-Password-Store and passmenu clients.


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#3 2017-10-12 20:05:39

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

git.  On andoid, password store which implements pass and ties into a git repository automatically.

Edit:  Sorry slithery, I missed seeing your post.

Last edited by ewaller (2017-10-12 21:38:44)


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#4 2017-10-12 20:59:22

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

I use syncthing, but I do not sync to my phone. Android is a mess, security wise, and until there is a robust foss alternative, Im happy to deal with the slight inconvenience of not logging in to most sites from my phone.


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#5 2017-10-12 21:47:41

dr34m
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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

jasonwryan wrote:

I use syncthing, but I do not sync to my phone. Android is a mess, security wise, and until there is a robust foss alternative, Im happy to deal with the slight inconvenience of not logging in to most sites from my phone.

you have my same fear, especially because I must upload the private key on my phone.

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#6 2017-10-12 21:53:35

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

dr34m wrote:

I must upload the private key on my phone.

It does require a pass phrase, right?


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#7 2017-10-12 22:00:00

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

Yes, but just about every application you install requires access to your keyboard and network... sad


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#8 2017-10-13 01:52:05

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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

I use only opnekeychain, for android, While password store is manually copied to android. This is used only when I have no access to my laptop, as I don't use much internet from my phone.


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#9 2017-10-13 14:11:01

dr34m
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Re: pass and best pratical sync options

jasonwryan wrote:

Yes, but just about every application you install requires access to your keyboard and network... sad

this, malicious keylogger are my first nightmare on android.. maybe with purism's phone..

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