So pass, the standard unix password manager is great and I've started to use it to encrypt my passwords. But there is one thing that bugs me. When you run
pass ls it shows you all your identities. I know it's not the passwords. But this still doesn't allow true anonymity, because if someone were to get hold of your computer, they could trace various accounts to you, even though they would not be able to get the password without your passphrase.
Now I can encrypt the
~/.password-store/ folder myself using
gpg-zip and delete the original. Then when I need to use
pass I could decrypt/unzip the folder and delete it again when I'm done but that is very tedious to do.
I'm using a Mac.