I am building a password manager on my Raspberry Pi Zero, using `pass` – the UNIX Password Manager as a platform. (See: passwordstore.org)
This Project was inspired by the Hackaday articles about using the RPi Zero as a USB Gadget from [LadyAda] and [gbaman], and the RPi-Wifi hack from [ajlitt].
Using a ‘Composite USB Gadget’ and the libcomposite driver, the Pi will present itself as a HID (Keyboard) and Ethernet adapter (SSH). Using the on-device OLED screen and the button matrix, you can select a desired password and username combination to send to the connected computer and enter the master passphrase.
Since `pass` can update the password store over `git`, I decided to give the ESP-hack a try, so you can fetch your latest passwords on the fly.
The Ethernet adapter will be useful for debugging, but also to change passwords on the device or perhaps serving a web panel to select and display passwords.
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