Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 Stars out of 5
- by gypsydave5, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5It just works!
If you've got the time and the patience to learn about the unix password manager `pass`, then you can get all the security and convenience of LastPass and OneLogin at your fingertips, under your complete control, for free!
The plugin reads from your password store and takes a good guess at filling in the username and password if you've stored them in the conventional format.
- by Wesley Moore, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I settled on browserpass as the my Firefox extension for pass integration:
☑ Works on Linux and BSD
☑ Native Go system integration
☑ Sandboxed on OpenBSD with pledge
☑ Packaged in the AUR
☑ Signed releases
- by JT, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5As per title - currently at stars because needing to move the mouse to the top left and not be able to use the shortcut subtracts from the speed/convenience of the addon quite a bit for me personally. Happy to help debug the problem with further information if needed.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoUPDATE: We investigated this issue together on GitHub and it appeared that Ctrl+Shift+L is bound by the OS itself to a different system action, that's why browserpass is unable to register this shortcut.
Until Firefox provides a way to change the default shortcut (which is only possible in Chromium today), unfortunately the only workaround is to change the shortcut for the system action to something else, which releases Ctrl+Shift+L to be used by browserpass.
- by Firefox user 13353121, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Browserpass enables users to autofill and submit passwords from their passwordstore. Users cannot add or modify passwords via this add-on. It has a simple interface which is easy to use. Beware that an additional binary needs to be installed as described in the Readme at https://github.com/dannyvankooten/browserpass.