[pass] Lock password store after display
clarkcharles at yandex.com
Sat Jun 6 03:21:54 CEST 2015
Thanks, that fixed the problem.
For the record, I added this to my gpg-agent.conf file:
default-cache-ttl 10 # 10 seconds
05.06.2015, 16:06, "George Angelopoulos" <george at usermod.net>:
> Hey Charles,
> The reason you are prompted for your gpg password once, but not on
> subsequent attempts, is most likely because gpg-agent is caching it.
> If you are using gpg-agent this setting should be in
> ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf. According to 'man 1 gpg-agent' the default is
> 600 seconds.
> On 06/05/2015 07:27 PM, charles clark wrote:
>> I just started using pass on my Mac and I'm running into some difficulty.
>> I inserted a password and the first time I viewed it I had to input my password. However, on subsequent calls to
>> pass show my/password
>> It displayed the password file without prompting for my key phrase.
>> I read the man page ten times and I have not found how I can "lock" the password files again so that I need to authenticate to view them.
>> Thanks for the help.
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