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Encrypted notes.

DISCLAIMER: use it on your own risk, authors are not responsible for any vulnerability may lead to a leak of sensitive data or loss of data. Please make sure your password is strong enough.

Setup

pip install yuriko

Set environment variable YURIKO_DB_PATH to path to where the database will be located (it can be created with init if not exist).

One way is to use ~/.bash_profile:

vim ~/.bash_profile
// add `export YURIKO_DB_PATH=/some/path`
source ~/.bash_profile

Also there is YURIKO_PASSWORD_SUFFIX environment variable. AES key = (password entered + YURIKO_PASSWORD_SUFFIX)[:16], so password to enter can be a bit shorter.

Usage

yuriko init
yuriko search <q prefix>
yuriko open <key>
yuriko del <key>

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