so, we've got a ton of passwords that several different administrators need to have access to, each with their unique password/key/user/whatever... it needs to be either centralized, or the passwords database need be synchronized between all admins. any simple suggestions for a solution here? most machines operate on either RH/CentOS or OpenBSD...
Depending on your threat / work model, LastPass Enterprise might be exactly what you're looking for. It's a web-based password management service, allowing access from pretty much anywhere that has an internet connection. As long as you've got a browser, you should be able to get at the site. It might even work with ncurses-based browsers if you're lucky!
- Shared password management.
- Random password generation.
- Passwords encrypted on the server, unlocked by user passwords.
- Detailed access reports.
- Easy revocation of access.
- Various export formats, including CSV, in case you ever want to import the passwords into a local repository like KeePass.
At time of writing, prices are 24 USD per year for an enterprise account that gives you up to 100 users, and they offer a free trial.