If your work keeps you at the command line, or you just prefer terminal windows to heavier apps, pwd.sh gives you a way to manage your passwords in a secure, encrypted local container. Of course, it’s only accessible via the command line.
The GIF above kind of shows you how it works, but pwd.sh is super simple. The tool itself is just a script that generates, opens, edits, and saves password strings to a container that’s encrypted and decrypted on command using GPG. You can open it at the command line, decrypt it using a master password, and from there you can use it to retrieve stored passwords, delete old passwords, write or generate new passwords, and so on. Since the container is encrypted, you can even store it on your favourite cloud storage service (Dropbox, Google Drive, whatever) and access it from multiple computers.
Sure, it doesn’t auto-fill passwords in your browser or other login windows, like some of our other favourites, but copy/paste works just fine once the container is decrypted, and it’s just as secure. Check it out at the link below.