Encrypted plaintext password store
Sala lets you store passwords and other bits of sensitive plain-text information to encrypted files on a directory hierarchy. The information is protected by GnuPG’s symmetrical encryption.
Passwords are stored in a directory hierarchy, each file containing one secret.
- sala init
Initialize a password store
- sala get FILE...
- sala set FILE...
Create or modify secret(s)
- sala FILE...
Read or modify, depending on whether the first file exists or not
For more information, see sala(1) and http://www.digip.org/sala/.
Install sala by invoking:
pip install sala
To install from source, invoke:
python setup.py install
pwgen: With the default configuration, if pwgen is installed, it’s used to suggest good passwords to the user
The test suite is in the test/ directory. Use the run-tests.py script to run the test suite. For more info, invoke:
python run-tests.py --help
The documentation is in the doc/ directory. To build a manpage and a HTML documentation page, invoke
make -C doc
in the top directory. Docutils 0.8 or newer is required.
Released on 2012-06-13
Respect SALADIR when creating subdirectories with ‘set’.
Add a bash completion script: contrib/sala-completion.bash.
Move the repository state to the .sala subdirectory. .salakey becomes .sala/key and sala.conf becomes .sala/config.
Add support for hooks in .sala/hooks. Initially, the post-set hook is supported.
Released on 2011-12-31
Add -r option for raw output format.
Allow setting the store location with SALADIR environment variable and -C command line option.
Add support for Python 3.2, drop support for Python 2.5.
Drop the GnuPGInterface dependency. Sala now implements its own GnuPG wrapper.
Add man page (in ReST format), move most of README there.
Add a regression test suite (cram is required to run the tests).
Released on 2011-02-02
Add support for Python 2.5.
Read configuration from $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/sala.conf, too.
Released on 2011-01-19
Distribute README.rst, LICENSE and CHANGES with the source tarball.
Released on 2011-01-18
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