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NAME

       yapet - text based password manager

SYNOPSIS

       yapet [[-c] | [-h] | [-V] [[-i] | [-r rcfile]] [[-s] | [-S]] [-t sec]] [filename] v ==
       DESCRIPTION

       yapet provides a text user interface for storing passwords and associated information
       (referred to as password records) in files encrypted on disk. A password record is
       comprised of a record name, host name, user name, password, and comment. A master password
       is required to encrypt/decrypt the password records in a given file. yapet does not impose
       a limit of password records per file.

       Files created by yapet always have the suffix .pet. Also, if a file is loaded using the
       command line, yapet appends the suffix .pet to the filename unless the filename includes
       this suffix already. By default, yapet refuses to load files not having a file mode of
       0600. This behavior can be changed by providing the -s option when starting yapet or using
       a configuration file (see yapet_config(5), and OPTIONS).

       After loading a file, the record name of each password record is displayed in a list.
       Existing password records can be opened by selecting them and pressing Enter. By default,
       existing password records are opened in read-only mode to avoid accidental changes.
       Pressing Ctrl+r toggles between read-only and edit mode.

       On terminals supporting colors, the password is hidden if the password record dialog is in
       read-only mode. The password can be made visible, by either going to edit mode (Ctrl+r),
       or by pressing Ctrl+t.

       yapet relies on OpenSSL for encryption and decryption of password records. Starting with
       YAPET 2.0 the cipher used is AES-256. YAPET 2.0 will read and write pre YAPET 2.0 files.
       Pre YAPET 2.0 files are converted to YAPET 2.0 files when changing the master password.
       Once converted, the files can no longer be read by pre YAPET 2.0 versions.

       Other features of yapet are:

       ·   Screen lock after a certain amount of inactivity when password file is loaded (see
           also yapet_config(5) and OPTIONS).

       ·   Password records opened in read-only mode (default) hide the password. Toggling into
           edit mode reveals the password (see Password Record Dialog Keys).

       ·   Import of CSV files (see csv2yapet(1)).

       ·   Export of YAPET files to CSV files (see yapet2csv(1)).

       ·   Integrated password generator.

   Main Window Function Keys
       Following function keys are recognized in the main window:

       h
           Show an overview of the function keys.

       Enter
           Open the currently selected password record.

       s
           Save changes to currently loaded file.

       r
           Open a file.

       e
           Create a new, empty file.

       l
           Lock the screen immediately. Takes only effect if a file is loaded.

       a
           Add a new password record.

       d
           Delete the currently selected password record.

       o
           Change the sort order of the password record list.

       /
           Search for a password record. The search is only performed on the Name of the password
           record. Other password record fields won’t be searched.

       n
           Search for the next occurrence of a previous search initiated by /.

       c
           Change the master password of the currently loaded yapet file.

       i
           Show various information about yapet and the loaded file, if any.

       Ctrl+l
           Redraw the entire screen.

       g
           Open the password generator.

       q
           Quit yapet.

   Cursor Movement Keys
       Cursor movement, whether in clear text or password fields, is accomplished by using the
       following keys:

       Left,Ctrl+b
           Moves the cursor one character to the left.

       Right, Ctrl+f
           Moves the cursor one character to the right.

       Home, Ctrl+a
           Moves the cursor to the beginning of the input field.

       End, Ctrl+e
           Moves the cursor to the end of the input field.

       Backspace
           Delete the character left of the cursor.

       Delete, Ctrl+d
           Delete the character under the cursor.

       Ctrl+k
           Delete all characters under and right of the cursor.

       Ctrl+u
           Delete all characters left of the cursor.

       Enter, Tab
           Focus the next widget.

       Shift+Tab
           Focus the previous widget.

   Password Record Dialog Keys
       Following function keys are recognized in the password record dialog, besides cursor
       movement keys (see Cursor Movement Keys):

       Ctrl+r
           Toggle the password record dialog between read-only and edit mode. In read-only mode,
           yapet hides the password (only supported on color terminals).

       Ctrl+t
           Toggle between hiding and showing the password, without setting the password record
           dialog to edit mode (only supported on color terminals). Has no effect if the password
           record dialog is in edit mode.

OPTIONS

       The following options are supported:

       -c
           Show copyright information.

       -h
           Print help text.

       -i
           Do not read the configuration file.

       -r rcfile
           Read the configuration file specified by rcfile. If this option is not given, the
           default configuration file read is $HOME/.yapet unless -i is specified.

       -s
           Disable the check for the owner and file mode when loading files. Without this option,
           yapet checks password files for having the same owner as the user running yapet and
           verifies that the file mode is strictly 0600. If one of these conditions are not met,
           yapet refuses to load the file.
           Providing this options disables those checks and yapet will load files with owners
           other than the process owner of yapet and file modes different from 0600. New files
           saved while this option is active will have the file mode set according to umask(2).

       -S
           Enable the check for the owner and file mode when loading files. This option makes
           yapet to load password files having the owner set to the process owner of yapet and
           the file mode strictly set to 0600 only. If one of these conditions are not met, yapet
           refuses to load the file.
           New files saved while this option is active will have the file mode set to 0600. This
           is the default mode.

       -t sec
           Set the timeout until the screen is locked to sec seconds. The minimum time allowed is
           10 seconds. If a smaller value is provided, the timeout will be set to 10 seconds.

           Default: 10 min.

       -V
           Show version of yapet.

       filename
           The file to open upon invocation of yapet. If the file does not exist, yapet asks
           whether it should be created. Files created by yapet always have the suffix .pet.

FILES

       $HOME/.yapet
           The per-user configuration file. If existing, options are read from this file but can
           be overridden by the command line options. Processing of this file can be disabled by
           invoking yapet with the -i option. Refer to the yapet_config(5) for an explanation of
           the per-user configuration file.

ENVIRONMENT

       LC_MESSAGES
           Displaying messages in the specified language. Currently only German is supported
           besides English.

BUGS

       Please report bugs to https://github.com/RafaelOstertag/yapet/issues.

AUTHORS

       Rafael Ostertag rafi@guengel.ch.

SEE ALSO

       yapet_config(5), yapet_colors(5), yapet2csv(1), csv2yapet(1)