[pass] Encrypt filenames in the store

Jason A. Donenfeld jason.donenfeld at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 21:56:29 CET 2016

Ext4 now supports file-level encryption on a per-directory basis. Ecryptfs
also supports this. There are a few FUSE-based userspace filesystems too.

Pass itself probably won't ever support filename encryption, unless you can
think of a clever and secure way of doing this without ruining what makes
pass pass.

There are a few alternative managers that do the one encrypted blob. I
actually originally used a single gpg'd file for all my passwords.
On Jan 18, 2016 12:23 PM, "Jin Kazama" <aeiouxy at zoho.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>     I'd love to switch to pass as my default password manager, but it
> really bothers me that files and directories names are not encrypted in the
> password store. I'd like to suggest a feature request for either
> - encrypting file/directory names in the password store or
> - using a single, structured, plain text file to store everything, and
> then just encrypt this file
> Thank you
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