Hi Markus,

On 10 March 2018 at 06:08, Markus Teich <markus.te...@stusta.mhn.de> wrote:
> Should be fine, but the salt should not be secret (you need to sync it
> between devices where you want to use this system after all). The point is
> that you can give your encrypted database as it is stored on disk to anyone
> and they would not be able to derive anything (you care about) from it
> without the master password. Depending on what you care about, the whole

> In the end the master password should be the only thing that needs to be
> kept
> secret and you can easily "sync" that between devices by remembering it. ;)

I tried to grasp the overall suggestion, but how is that different to
a single text stream of the format:

user@domain: password\n*

being encrypted using your own PGP public key into a single file? Each
time you want to know a username or password, you decrypt the file,
look it up and are done with it.

Are you concerned about portions becoming decrypted in memory on your
local host?

Best regards,

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