Sharing secrets with teams

  1. not bother about “excessive” security measures and “just use Slack”, or
  2. adopt using a password manager because “the business is already using one”.

What’s wrong with password managers, anyway?

  1. User/developer experience; Password manager UIs are often unintuitive and clunky, and sometimes require you to install browser extensions.
  2. Efficiency; We should be able to share end-to-end encrypted secrets straight from the terminal, and we should be able to script and automate related tasks.
  3. Lack of open source; We would like to understand how the tooling that we use on a daily basis actually works, and we would like to contribute to making it better.

Sniptt to the rescue

Example: First-time account setup
Example: Device registration (existing account)
Example: Using Vaults to share secrets with team members
Example: Advanced usage with scripting

What else can I do with Sniptt?

Example: One-time secret sharing via a URL
The ots CLI in action

How do I get started?

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We believe there should be a better way for teams to manage secrets, so we decided to build a new kind of secret manager. Say goodbye to password managers!

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