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We are a small IT provider with couple of employees. We'd like to share a lot of customer password data we need to maintain the customer services.

What password repository software there exist which could fulfill some of the requirements below

  • Open source

  • Which could be accessed via web browser (running on a server)

  • Different user accounts

  • Stores passwords encrypted and the encryption key separate from the database (though must be still on the server)

  • Optionally integrated with Google Apps authentication

  • Optionally two factor authentication

(Found this old question but it does not go in detail whether it meets these requirements or not Sharing passwords in a small team )

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

Trying with KeePassX and Dropbox.

KeePassX creates an encrypted file you control, so it should be pretty safe for government tampering and such.

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