Secure document storage
Upload files, or attach to entries, to be encrypted inside your Passpack account. Could also serve as a backup for SSH keys.
Giving users ability to upload their SSH keys for backup.
Sarah Madden commented
Any update on this? The need to share SSH keys is making us consider other solutions.
Yoram Kulbak commented
We're sharing passwords between team members and we need support for sharing ssh keys. Not having this feature is a concern that drives us to look for another tool.
yes a must have feature. SSH keys need to be secure.
Love Love Love This Idea!
If you guys had only implemented this feature, you would have won our business. Too bad. Meanwhile we'll be using LastPass, which has these features.
Pablo Garcia commented
Can't wait anymore !!! This is a must.
Ben Schmidt commented
I am looking for some central storage system that allows me to upload SSL Keys, and switch configs
this would be really good to have to make passpack the one place to store all credential information (e.g. certificates) of a business.
John Miller commented
We have to produce scans of passports/SSNs/visas etc. for employees. We also use copies of signatures and handwriting fonts to sign important documents. I would like a place to store and more importantly share these documents that is not dropbox.
I'd really, really like to see this, I'm trying to organize online encrypted backup and need somewhere safe to store the keys, first place I tried was here :(
We have a lot of software license keys (files) - secure storage for small files is a must for our team/company.
when I still used keepass I used to scan my TAN lists for ebanking and attach em. would love that with passpack!
Yes this is a must have.
You considered things September 27, 2010, It's more then year have elapsed.
Why is it takes so long to implement so simpe feature?
How's it going?
David Meister commented
google docs already has secure document storage/sharing, right? if you want whole PDF documents saved then you can use that.. but the points being made about SSH keys and SSL certificates, as well as licence registration keys for other software are very salient. Increasing the character limit on notes to around 10k should be more than adequate for most uses. I personally feel that encouraging people to use passpack like an intranet would be detrimental to the service - i assume there would be added costs for storage which would be passed to the end user.
That feature would be great. I'm joining the list ;-).
HTML5 now offers a way to perform operations with binary streams. HTML5 offers different File APIs (for local storage and for Uploading). You can offer secure file storage for owners of modern browsers.
Those who would like to store PGP/SSH/SSL keys most probably have modern browser.
I would like to have some sort of document format (longer notes will do) to write my journal and other secure/private notes. Right now I use google docs, the perfect solution would be if google docs could be encrypted by PassPack but I'm not sure if it's doable technically.
I agree, file base storage would be good with some sort of JPEG view of images for Drivers ID/Passport etc
This would be perfect for SSH keys, private SSL certs, etc. There are lots of files like that that need to be shared, but also need to be kept as secure as passwords. The files are generally less than 10KB, so this shouldn't be much harder than encrypting the "notes" (which is limited to 1280 chars).
A short term workaround would be to increase the limit of the notes field to something like 10-20x its current size.