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pwd.sh - Unix shell, GPG-based password manager

  •    Shell

Script to manage passwords in an encrypted file using gpg. New! Purse is a fork which uses public key authentication instead of a master passphrase and can integrate with YubiKey.

Cryptomator - Multi-platform transparent client-side encryption of your files in the cloud

  •    Java

Cryptomator offers multi-platform transparent client-side encryption of your files in the cloud. Most cloud providers encrypt data only during transmission or they keep the keys for decryption for themselves. These keys can be stolen, copied, or misused. With Cryptomator, the key to your data is in your hands. Cryptomator encrypts your data quickly and easily. Afterwards you upload them protected to your favorite cloud service.

hat.sh - Encrypt and Decrypt files securely in your browser.

  •    Javascript

Hat.sh is a web app that provides secure file encryption in the browser. It's fast, secure and runs locally, the app never uploads the files to the server. It uses modern secure cryptographic algorithms with chunked AEAD stream encryption/decryption. The libsodium library is used for all cryptographic algorithms.

Kryptor - A simple, modern, and secure encryption tool

  •    CSharp

Kryptor is a simple, modern, and secure encryption tool. It is a portable, cross-platform command line tool that makes use of modern and secure cryptographic algorithms. It aims to be a mixture of age and Minisign in terms of functionality to provide a simple, user friendly alternative to GPG.




Purse - GPG-based password manager with pub-key authentication

  •    Shell

Purse is a fork of pwd.sh. Both programs are shell scripts which use GPG to manage passwords in an encrypted file. Purse uses asymmetric (public-key) encryption, while pwd.sh uses a symmetric (password) scheme.






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