PassManager

PassManager

Mod

PassManager is a Minecraft Fabric mod that allows you to securely store and manage passwords for different Minecraft servers.

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Updated10 months ago

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PassManager

PassManager is a Minecraft Fabric mod that allows you to securely store and manage passwords for different Minecraft servers. With PassManager, you'll never have to worry about forgetting your server passwords or having them stolen by hackers.*

Features

  • Securely store passwords for different Minecraft servers and usernames
  • Encrypt passwords using Tink from Google for security
  • Automatically log in to servers using stored passwords
  • Simple command for managing passwords
  • Made for Minecraft 1.19.3 and above

Getting Started

To use PassManager, simply download and install the Fabric API and the version of PassManager for your Minecraft version. Once you've installed them, you can use the following commands to manage your passwords:

  • /passmanager <user> <server> <password>: Adds a new password for the specified user and server

Security

PassManager uses the Tink library for encryption, which provides state-of-the-art** security for your passwords. Tink uses industry-standard encryption algorithms like AES to ensure that your passwords are kept safe from prying eyes.

Support

If you have any questions or issues with PassManager, you can use the issue tracker on GitHub.

Credits

PassManager was developed by TheOnlySD12 and is licensed under the MIT License. This mod redistributes Tink under the Apache License 2.0. Special thanks to the following people for their contributions to the project:

  • Me (Code Review)
  • Myself (Ideas)
  • I (Testing)

I hope you enjoy using PassManager! Please don't hesitate to use the issue tracker if you have any feedback or suggestions.

*I do not guarantee anything, if you allow someone to access your Minecraft folder, there is nothing I can do.

**I consider it to be "state-of-the-art", I am not responsible for any issues with it.

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Project members

TheOnlySD12

Owner


Technical information

License
Client side
required
Server side
unsupported
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