@yarmo I can highly recommended to use pass and bitwarden as a combo.
Bitwarden is perfect for web passwords but at the same time subject to browser security. So for passwords that are used frequently and can be easily recovered, perfect match.
Pass on the other hand is perfect for scripts, automation and low frequency secrets like 2FA recovery keys. Also, due to being outside of the browser context it's also ideal for high security passwords especially when using smartcards.
@yarmo I actually elaborated on the topic a while ago:
Just in case you didn't read already ^^ but above is the TL;DR :D
@sheogorath @srs @yarmo nice discussion. and that is a nice blog post too. i use pass and it's great for me and enough. except when sharing credentials with other people and groups. have tried to look into selfhosting (cloud is for me an absolute no-go) bitwarden for that but it's pretty involved. had big hopes for bitwarden_rs but it depends on docker for building the debian package (c'mon... wtf).
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