Bitwarden, The security, open source password manager we discussed recently, added a command line tool to its list of applications that can be used to access passwords.Bitwarden CLI Beta testing is currently open, and according to its documentation, it includes all the features available in other Bitwarden client applications, such as desktop or browser extensions.
See also: Bitwarden: The secure, open source password manager you are looking for
The Bitwarden command line interface is written using TypeScript and Node.js, so it is cross-platform and supports Linux, Windows and macOS.
This is a list of features of the command-line tool itself (I removed the options and examples because this is too long; just use
bw --help View the complete Bitwarden CLI help):
$ bw --help Usage: bw [options] [command] [....] Commands: login [options] [email] [password] Log into a user account. logout Log out of the current user account. lock Lock the vault and destroy active session keys. unlock [password] Unlock the vault and return a new session key. sync [options] Pull the latest vault data from server. list [options]
For Bitwarden CLI documentation, you can visit This one page.
Since it is currently in beta testing, Bitwarden developers are soliciting feedback. Post any errors, questions or other feedback to This one Question from GitHub.
Download Bitwarden CLI
Install Bitwarden CLI binaries in Linux (
bw-linux.zip), extract it and put it in your
/usr/local/bin/ Folder (or your other location
cd bw-linux sudo install bw /usr/local/bin/