Attachments (arbitrary files) in pass entries?

Marin Usalj marin2211 at
Wed Jan 25 01:11:39 CET 2017

Maybe you can just encrypt it with gpg and store in the same file
One option is to gpg it with --armor and store in the same file, other
option is to just create a separate file next to it.

$ gpg2 --output encrypted.gpg --compress-algo zlib --symmetric

$ gpg2 --output decrypted.png --decrypt encrypted.gpg

Marin Usalj

On Tue, Jan 24, 2017, at 03:59 PM, Gutierri Barboza wrote:
> Hello
> Through
 the Pass storage structure, there is no way to "upload" the image file,
 for it stores as passwords in plain text and descriptive for plain text
 as well.
> There is a graphical¹ interface written in C ++ and QT, but it may not solve your problem.
> [1]
> Em ter, 24 de jan de 2017 às 18:37, Sebastian Wiesner <me at> escreveu:
>> Hello,
>>  does pass offer a convenient interface to add arbitrary encrypted files along with entries?
>>  I'm currently using 1Password for macOS which lets me add attachments to entries, e.g. a photo copy of my ID card along with my ID number or license files for software I bought.
>>  Regards,
>>  Sebastian
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