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So while I personally prefer to use passwordstore via the commandline as it is intended. I am pushing for my co-workers to use it. It works perfect for what we need, which is a centralized place to share sensitive data such as passwords, secret keys, etc, and it's all encrypted, yay! However, some employees are not that savvy with the command line and would not use it. So I'm looking for a solution of how I can bring a more comfortable to those employees. Because right now the running candidates are tools like 1password, lastpass, and keepass. Which I'm not the biggest fan of running that on my machine. I know there are iOS and Android gui's available, so I figured maybe somewhere there are some desktop options. Mostly we use Mac's, though there are a handful that use Windows. I know that will be a bit of a stretch trying to find Windows solutions.

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    What's passwordstore? – Jan Feb 19 '16 at 19:35
  • Did you need a tool to manage the passwords on your system? – GAD3R Feb 19 '16 at 20:32
  • @anon passwordstore is a encrypted password db. – Byron Mansfield Feb 19 '16 at 21:12
  • @GAD3R I have a tool to manage passwords. It's passwordstore. I'm looking for a gui client for passwordstore specifically that is friendly to employees that are not savvy with the command line. – Byron Mansfield Feb 19 '16 at 21:16
  • If you're looking for something that works on Windows as well as Linux, Software Recommendations would be a better place. – Gilles Feb 19 '16 at 23:42
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I am dumb. It has it right on their home page. GUI Client Geez it's been ages since I've looked at it. I'll leave this post here in case anyone misses this as well. Wish google searches would have been a little more helpful.

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There's also ripasso and its unmaintained-but-possibly-slightly-more-feature complete predecessor gopass

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