[pass] Encrypt filenames in the store

Lucas Hoffmann l-m-h at web.de
Mon Jan 18 12:36:35 CET 2016

Hello Jin,

I think the idea to put things into different files is a design decision
of pass that is not going to change.  It is a feature of pass that you
do not have to understand anything other than filesystem structures and
that the developer does not have to reimplement this in some custom file

What is the problem with visible filenames?  You decide what you name
the files, so you decide what information is visible.

Cheers, Lucas

Quoting Jin Kazama (2016-01-18 12:23:41)
>    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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