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1password-secrets is a set of utilities to sync 1Password secrets.

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1password-secrets

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1password-secrets is a set of utilities to sync 1Password secrets. It enables:

  • Seamless sharing of local secrets used for development. Developers starting out in a project can just use this tool to retrieve the .env file needed for local development. Likewise it is also simple to push back any local changes to the 1password vault.

  • More secure and simpler method of managing Fly.io secrets. By default, Fly secrets must be managed by flyctl. This means that setting secrets in production, developers must use flyctl passing credentials via arguments - risking credentials being stored in their histories. Alternatively one must secrets in a file and run flyctl secrets import. This works well, but you must ensure everything is synched to a secret/password manager and then delete the file. 1password-secrets enables a leaner management of secrets via 1password. Via an app name, automatically finds and imports secrets in an 1password secure note to Fly. This way you ensure developers always keep secrets up-to-date and never lost files in their computer.

Motivation: Using 1password for this avoids the need for another external secret management tool. And keeps the access control in a centralised place that we already use.

Getting started

Requirements

  • Install the required dependencies:

    1Password >= 8.9.13

    1Password CLI >= 2.13.1

    flyctl >= 0.0.451

    brew install --cask 1password 1password-cli && \
    brew install flyctl
    
  • Allow 1Password to connect to 1Password-CLI by going to Settings -> Developer -> Command-Line Interface (CLI) and select Connect with 1Password CLI.

  • Sign into your 1Password and Fly account (if you wish to use the fly integration).

Installation

In most systems (Mac and Linux) when pip3 (Python's 3 PIP) is in path and you want to install it at the user level:

pip3 install -U 1password-secrets

Otherwise adapt it accordingly.

Usage

Local

From within a valid git repository with remote "origin" ending in <owner>/<repo>.git, 1password-secrets will be able to pull and push secrets to a 1password secure note containing repo:<owner>/<repo> in its name. By default it syncs to ./.env file, this can overridden with a file_name field containing the desired relative file path.

To get secrets from 1Password, run: 1password-secrets local pull

To push the local changes to 1Password, run: 1password-secrets local push

Fly

Make sure you have a Secure Note in 1Password with fly:<fly-app-name> in the title. fly-app-name is the name of your fly application.

To import secrets to fly, run: 1password-secrets fly import <fly-app-name>

Secrets can be edit directly on 1Password app or using the command: 1password-secrets fly edit <fly-app-name>

Development

  • Ensure you have make installed.
  • Create a virtual environment: make setup-venv.
  • Install dependencies: make install-deps.

Then you can install (link) the repo globally with make local-install.

Before pushing changes ensure your code is properly formatted with make lint. Auto format the code with make format

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