I'm kind of tired of the password managers that are available around... I need one that's open source, that works on OSX, that lets me store .pem files and that I can trust.
As I haven't found one, I thought it could be an interesting project for me to work on. I'm going to use AngularJS just b/c it's a technology that I want to start using and this project seems like a good fit.
My idea would be to have a dumb backend that took care of the login / registration and CRUD operations of the passwords (with tags to make the search easier)... but all the encryption / decryption should be performed by the browser.
The only thing that I'm not quite sure is how safe the private key is on the browser... Can different plugins / addons access to it when I load it into OpenPGP? is the private key stored as is on memory when OpenPGP is using it?
I've seen there are quite some other plugins using this, but I'm not exactly sure how good this would be.
I guess I could just have a different profile, or a browser I don't use with this... how good of an idea is it?