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I use KeePass (+ syncthing to sync with my phone) to manage all my passwords, 2FA, Recovery codes & additional info… etc
I would recommend it (or even a selfhosted version of BitWarden). But if you do not like that solution you could always create an encrypted container like a tomb or a veracrypt one. I really like tombs for storing things, but is GNU/Linux only so if you need to use it on other systems…
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Really well! I want to try to sync out things with git too. But I would recommend it to anyone bc is dead simple.
Well, a self-hosted version of the API compatible Bitwarden clone because official one only supports MicroSoft SQL Server.
Pass + git could be a cool minimalist one
For anyone interested, there’s also gopass: https://www.gopass.pw/ - pass written in go, with some pretty neat improvements, and compatibility with apps that interface with pass.
Oh, it seams pretty neat! I will give it a try