[pass] ctmg: bash script for secure encrypted containers
Jason A. Donenfeld
Jason at zx2c4.com
Tue Feb 23 17:25:57 CET 2016
If you like that pass is a simple bash script for managing secure
resources, you might like another little script I wrote called `ctmg`.
It's extremely simple, and allows you to have an encrypted file which
can be opened to a directory. If you're extra-nutty you could even put
your password store in a .ct file.
zx2c4 at thinkpad ~ $ ctmg open example
[#] cryptsetup luksOpen /home/zx2c4/example.ct ct_example
Enter passphrase for /home/zx2c4/example.ct:
[#] mkdir -p /home/zx2c4/example
[#] mount /dev/mapper/ct_example /home/zx2c4/example
[+] Opened /home/zx2c4/example.ct at /home/zx2c4/example
zx2c4 at thinkpad ~ $ echo "super secret" > example/mysecretfile.txt
zx2c4 at thinkpad ~ $ ctmg close example
[#] umount /home/zx2c4/example
[#] cryptsetup luksClose ct_example
[#] rmdir /home/zx2c4/example
[+] Closed /home/zx2c4/example.ct
It's got some nifty functionality.
If you're interested, head on over to:
And you can clone the repo with:
$ git clone https://git.zx2c4.com/ctmg/
Let me know what you think.
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