KeePass [1] served me well for the past two years. But now for some reason I really want my password manager to be command line based. Enter Pass [2]—it's perfect. Spent a day last week setting up my gpg key and migrating all the passwords from KeePass. It was weirdly satisfying. Through the process I learned about private key management [3], and also the fact that our school organized a key-signing party [4] during its 50th anniversary. Now let's hope that my country isn't one that "would consider publication of a PGP key in [my] name a subversive act" [5], because I did and it was awesome.

[1] https://fanqiuwen.com/+/posts/GmtthnKVKA8
[2] http://www.passwordstore.org/
[3] https://alexcabal.com/creating-the-perfect-gpg-keypair/
[4] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~davide/cs50ksp/index.html
[5] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~410/hw2/gpg.html#turnin
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