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git-secret

A bash-tool to store your private data inside a git repository.

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Incognito

$3,600 USD since Sep 2019

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Morgan Thistle

$75 USD since Jan 2022

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Mathieu Rampant

$50 USD since May 2021

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Said Masoud

$40 USD since Jan 2022

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SIM KIM SIA

$20 USD since Mar 2022

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Stephen Argent

$5 USD since May 2018

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Ben Abrams

$5 USD since Jun 2020

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De’Rio Briggs

$5 USD since Aug 2021

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DigitalOcean

$115 USD since Jan 2022

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incognito

sponsor

$3,600 USD

DigitalOcean

$115 USD

Stephen Argent

backer

$5 USD

Useful utility for extra peace of mind - thanks :)

Ben Abrams

backer

$5 USD

De’Rio Briggs

backer

$5 USD

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Today’s balance

$567.97 USD

Total raised

$3,260.42 USD

Total disbursed

$2,692.45 USD

Estimated annual budget

$1,334.32 USD

About


git-secret is a bash tool to store your private data inside a git repo. How’s that? Basically, it just encrypts, using gpg, the tracked files with the public keys of all the users that you trust. So everyone of them can decrypt these files using only their personal secret key. Why deal with all this private-public keys stuff? Well, to make it easier for everyone to manage access rights. There are no passwords that change. When someone is out - just delete his public key, reencrypt the files, and he won’t be able to decrypt secrets anymore.

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