Securely store and retrieve your usernames and passwords, directly from the commandline.
Semi-secure, but by no means robust enough for production usage
Troy Hunt would be disgusted.
kp -- a command-line key-username-password store integrated with the clipboard.
inspired by: https://kv.codeplex.com
kp hotmail firstname.lastname@example.org
saves the the username, 'email@example.com' under the key, 'hotmail'
prompts you for the password
show the username ('firstname.lastname@example.org') for the key 'hotmail'
and copy the password to the clipboard
lists all keys
kp -r hotmail
will remove the key ‘hotmail’ (and its username/password) from your store
You can also pipe
a username in, e.g.
echo email@example.com | kp hotmail
will prompt you for a password and then store username 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and password under the key 'hotmail'