[nycbug-talk] password repository

Okan Demirmen okan at demirmen.com
Mon Jan 4 21:25:05 EST 2010

On Thu 2009.12.31 at 14:09 -0500, Isaac Levy wrote:
> PKI dreaminess :)
> Ideally, PKI does seem to deal with this problem in a most ideal fashion- but it doesn't sound like it scales back/forth well for dynamic groups over time- (e.g. Sysadmins in a group/work enviornment, people coming/going, etc...).  For example, what to do when someone leaves the group?  Or how does a new user get access to the old data, (before their key was put in the mix?).

that's the problem ;) ...not an easy one to solve, or one that should be

> > 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
> > shared.
> Hrm?  I dug around for it online and there's tons of other noise...  Sounds awful dangerous, but interesting-

i'm not sure i'm giving my passwords to someone else ;)  i want to
understand the best practices/procedures that may be applied and apply
them myself, be it in software or not.

good stuff all - thanks!


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