Set up another PC to access pass's remote git repository

calligraffiti at calligraffiti at
Thu Oct 19 05:14:25 CEST 2017

[Keybase]( recently released an encrypted GIT repository service as part of its app. It's still pretty early days though. So no easy way to pull down to your phone. Works perfectly for all your PCs though. Completely platform agnostic. 

15. Oct 2017 21:35 by niels at

> On 17/10/16 13:35, Alec Clews wrote:
>> You can clone (plus push and pull) to a remote repository using https as the transport instead of using ssh.
>> It seems to me that hosting on git cloud server may be a brave choice? I'd be interested to know what other people think.
> I don't see any problem with that, as long as his private gpg-key is not
> also up there in the cloud and he is using a reasonably secure key. And
> keeps his key save. But that's the SPOF of pass anyway.
> The only problem I see might be privacy implications since other people
> can publicly see what for sites he is using, if he names his passwords
> accordingly. Maybe the user should invest in a github subscription to be
> able to create a private repository.
> Niels
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