on firefox there's no integration at all... you can only visit a webpageof the plugin and still nothing is auto-filled. a lot of work yet to be done. but i like the idea! another thing it needs is support for multiple browsers/devices like e.x. i have two firefox editions. should I have two accounts and copy passwords over all the time? definitely not! and importing is a very important feature. couldn't find any way to import passwords from firefox. all on all not useful to me at all since i installed it not to share, but store and sync for personal use, because i saw somewhere in writing that it is proper for such use. still i will keep it just to see the progress and if it will be of use to me some day to me.
Currently reviewing this and feeling good about it's potential. Customer service is outstanding as one of their developers talked me through a couple of issues i was having whist installing it (Mostly my own fault)
As this app is open source, I'm sure that there is no backdoor so I can store my passwords with trust. The interface is user-friendly, installation is explained step by step. Great work but too bad that there is just a demo version for the moment....
Thank you for trying out passbolt. You can also create another new private key if you don't want to import your main one.
But you are right, an integration with native GPG agent / keyring would be nice. As the developers of passbolt this is also something we would like to see in the future. It is not trivial to implement however, other GPG based plugin projects like mailvelope also don't have this.
Hopefully we can make passbolt more relevant for you in the future! All the best, :)