Due to the structure of pass, file- and directory names are not encrypted in the password store. pass-tomb provides a convenient solution to put your password store in a tomb and then keep your password tree encrypted when you are not using it.
It uses the same GPG key to encrypt passwords and tomb, therefore you don't need to manage more key or secret. Moreover, you can ask pass-tomb to automatically close your store after a given time.
1.230 Jun 2019 03:15
Ensure the GPG keys used are trusted before tomb creation.
Add a systemd pass-service unit, allowing more than one timer. #24.
Add completion for bash and zsh.
Compatibility with Tomb 2.6.
Simplify test setup.
Do not set password tomb permission, only ownership. #23.
Use relative path for systemd-run #18.
The systemd based timer now works properly.
pass 1.7.0 or greater.
tomb 2.4 or greater.
A systemd based linux distribution is required to use the timer feature.
1.115 Jul 2018 13:39