I think this app takes the cake in terms of catchy nomenclature. A password manager that actually sounds like it could be a password manager and which offers encryption. What more could one want? Well there are a couple of gripes. Firstly Revelation expects me to enter each new password into a card file system manually. Each new entry thus taking up valuable time. Secondly it doesn’t appear to interface with any other applications and especially the browsers which store my passwords.
Admittedly getting software to do this would mean some deep level programming. But surely a way of removing the inconveniance of entering passwords online in Ubuntu would be a lifesaver, especially if you are like me and routinely muck around and lose configuration files (along with the damn keys). However, I am not a cryptofreak. The best locked door in cyberspace is probably a door that doesn’t need a lock or a password.
So as far as this simple password database are concerned, Revelation is the nicest crypto cardfile I’ve seen in a long time.
sudo apt-get install revelation