This will be twice in the same day I’ve mentioned pass in reference to another program. People will start to think me a spammer. 😯
But I have to compare pwsafe to pass, just because the latter is what I prefer, even if the former is quite a good option.
I know some people don’t like the tree-like folder structure of pass, and that’s fine. For those folks I can recommend pwsafe.
pwsafe keeps everything in one dot-file, with no discernible cues to what the accounts or passwords are, as you can see.
pwsafe also does a few other things differently; you can declare groups, add notes to passwords and a few other points. And pwsafe, as best I can tell, doesn’t require you to set up gpg beforehand. You might like that.
As a final note, pwsafe claims to be compatible with a Windows-based password manager called Password Safe, about which I know almost nothing. I don’t mention that as an endorsement, but rather as a point of compatibility.
pwsafe looks to be just as useful and flexible as pass, but definitely goes about business in its own way. Vive la différence. 😉