[nycbug-talk] password repository

Jesse Callaway bonsaime at gmail.com
Thu Dec 31 12:13:35 EST 2009

On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 11:46 AM, Okan Demirmen <okan at demirmen.com> wrote:
> what do you all use, recommend, love, hate?
> what about "shared" repositories in environments where you have a bunch
> of sysadmins, all of whom should be able to view/add/modify entires and
> such?
> while this is off-BSD topic, i'm sure all of us have run into such a
> question at some point.
> cheers,
> okan
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I've talked about multi-key encryption but it looks like a pain in the
butt to me typing-wise, never used it. Here's a link to a message
thread on how to do it with gpg
The thought is you can spam everyone, and everyone can spam back
regarding changes and it's encrypted n-ways. As computers get faster I
think this technology will start to catch on. That said, I never tried
it and it might be reasonably fast up to some number of keys.

The best web-based thing I've found was PassPack. It's totally
awesome. Each user has their own login to PassPack. Users can share
passwords and assign read/write privileges to them per item being


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