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ilogin 3.1

Single Sign-On script (SSO) that allows you to generate unique passwords for each online and offline service you're using.

ilogin is a single sign-on script (SSO) like Google Application Specific Passwords that allows you to generate passwords for each online and offline service you’re using. Check online version at: http://iloginr.com

This way you will have different passwords for each service and you don’t have to remember them as you’ll be able to obtain each every time you want to login to your service.

The advantage of this script is that your passwords are not stored anywhere, never.

Install

$: pip install ilogin

or

$: git clone https://github.com/iloginr/ilogin.git
$: python2 setup.py install

How it works?

First time when you’ll run this script, you’ll be asked for the new password in order to initialize the database:

$: ilogin
New password: MYSECRETPASSWORD

Remember this password as it will be used to login to database and to generate passwords for your services. There is no possible way to recover this password. If you lose it you’ll have to reset all your online services passwords.

Add a service that you want to use with this script:

$: ilogin add
Service: google
Advanced settings [y/N]:n
Service added

Get a login for your service:

$: ilogin
Service: google
Password: MYSECRETPASSWORD
ntnn qumi dqbk dejs

Now go to google.com > Change password and update your password with the one provided by this script: ntnn qumi dqbk dejs

For now one, every time you want to login to google, run ilogin and copy&paste generated password within gooogle.com Password field:

$: ilogin
Service: google
Password: MYSECRETPASSWORD
ntnn qumi dqbk dejs

You can also auto copy password to clipboard (UNIX and OS X):

$: ilogin copy
Service: google
Password: MYSECRETPASSWORD
Password copied to clipboard

You can import and export settings from/to CSV files:

$: ilogin import
CSV Input File Path: example.csv
Import complete

$: ilogin export
CSV Output File Path:output.csv
Export complete

You can use multiple MASTER passwords. Useful when you want to change the master password, but still want to be able to get services password based on the older MASTER passwords:

$: ilogin passwd
New password: NEWSECRETPASSWORD
Confirm: NEWSECRETPASSWORD
Password added

$ ilogin
Service: google
Password: NEWSECRETPASSWORD
mjvk skkq nako kpkq

$: ilogin
Service: google
Password: MYSECRETPASSWORD
ntnn qumi dqbk dejs

See more options:

$: ilogin help
   ilogin version 3.1

   Usage: ilogin <cmd>

   For older versions use ilogin2 <cmd> OR ilogin1 <cmd>

   cmd:
     login   Get login password for service (default)

     user    Get login username for service

     add     Add service to ilogin

     field   Add new field

     import  Import services from CSV file. CSV file headers (advanced options are optional):

             "Service", ["Password length", "User Name", "Use Numbers", "Use Special Charaters", "Use Capital Letters", "Version"]
             "example.com", "16", "user@example.com", "n", "y", "false", "2"
             "foo.bar", "", "", "", "", "", ""
             "bar.foo", "9", "", "0", "1", "true", "7"

     export  Export services to CSV file.
             !! This will not export your passwords !!

     passwd  Add new ilogin MASTER password. You will still be able to use all previous registered MASTER passwords.
             !! BY USING A NEW MASTER PASSWORD ALL YOUR SERVICES PASSWORDS WILL CHANGE AND YOU'LL NEED TO MANUALLY CHANGE THEM SERVER SIDE !!

     copy    Get login password for service and copy it to clipboard
               - UNIX:    xsel or xclip required
               - OS X:    pbcopy required
               - Windows: Not supported yet
 
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