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Python Password Safe

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Python Password Safe

Python Password Safe is a simple password manager CLI tool written in Python.

Python Password Safe allows you to save an encrypted list of username-password entries organized into different groups of your making. All you have to do is create and remember one master PIN number in order to unlock your password safe.

Note: This project was independently made for the purposes of learning new cryptography tools, practicing database interactions with SQLite, and developing a personal password manager for my local machine. Therefore, strong security is not guaranteed. Please use at your own risk!

Getting Started


# Using PyPI
pip3 install py-pwsafe

Running the program



Initial Setup

Demo - Running the program for the first time.

Basic Usage

Demo - Running the program for the first time.

Note: Colors, emojis, and other formatted text will not display correctly on Windows machines. Windows Command Line does not (currently) support unicode characters.


MIT License

Copyright (c) 2020 Ricky Thai

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