PWMan is a lightweight commandline based password manager.
The password database is encrypted with AES-256. Access is granted via PBKDF2/SHA-256 hashed master password.
The program offers a shell-ideomatic commandline prompt with TAB-completion. So fast navigation though the database is possible. A built-in help system guides the user through the interactive interface. Simply type 'help' or a question mark at the command prompt to get help.
pwman release 1
09 February 2015 / PGP signature
- Older pwman releases can be found here.
Latest bleeding edge pwman can be downloaded using the Git version control system as follows:
git clone https://git.bues.ch/git/pwman.git
|or via http:||
git clone http://git.bues.ch/git/pwman.git
|or via git:||
git clone git://git.bues.ch/pwman.git
If you find any bugs in pwman or if you have any suggestion for new
features, we would like to hear from you.
Your help is greatly appreciated and will help to create better software and improve the overall experience for everybody. So don't hesitate to report anything that that limits your pwman usage.
- You may send your report via e-mail
If you have got any code improvements or other improvements that should be merged into the project, please send such enhancements to the pwman maintainer.
Please read the contribution guidelines first.