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cli password manager

Project description


Cybele is a simple CLI password manager.
It's based on python (3.6) and json.

Getting started


git clone
pip install ./cybele


First you'll need to set up a database and a passphrase to encrypt your creds.
By default, database will be stored at ~/.cybele/<$USERNAME>.cybeledb

cybele init
Enter passphrase:
Enter same passphrase again:

Adding entries

To add entries, you need to type your password, as most of cybele subcommands.

cybele add gitlab
Enter passphrase:
Username: my_gitlab_username
Enter passphrase:
Enter same passphrase again:

Listing entries

At any time you may check your stored credentials

cybele ls
Enter passphrase:
│ gitlab │ my_gitlab_username │ ********** │
│ entry1 │ my_entry1_username │ ********** │
│ entry2 │ my_entry2_username │ ********** │

Copy-Paste tools

Typing passphrase is painfull. To copy passphrase of an entry in your clipboard type cybele cp gitlab.
Clipboard is flush after a few seconds, so you only have a reasonable time to paste it in a form.

Note: if you want to copy username instead of passphrase type cybele cp -u gitlab

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