Password management tools
This page is dedicated to secure password generation, auditing of generated passwords for security, and management of existing passwords.
emerge --ask app-admin/apg
Apg's default settings do not enforce usage of uppercase letters, numbers or symbols.
Use to following command to generate an extremely secure password:
apg -M CNS -m 165
app-admin/makepasswd is a random password generator.
app-admin/passook is a password generator capable of generating pronounceable and/or secure passwords.
app-admin/pwgen is a password generator.
app-admin/ranpwd generates random passwords using the in-kernel cryptographically secure random number generator.
These passwords are extremely random and difficult to remember, therefore a password manager should be employed.
app-admin/keepassxc is a fork of KeePassX that aims to incorporate stalled pull requests, features, and bug fixes that have never made it into the main KeePassX repository.
The password store (or pass) is a simple shell script, which provides commands for conveniently storing passwords in separated PGP encrypted files, temporally copying a password to clipboard, and tracking changes using git. It realizes password management in respect to the Unix philosophy.
For further details visit the project's homepage.
Revelation is a password management system for GNOME. It is also possibly suitable for non GNOME users.
emerge --ask x11-misc/revelation
app-misc/tkpasman is a useful and reliable personal password manager written in Tcl/Tk.