Encrypted Python Password Manager
PyPassKeep (PPK for short) is an encrypted python password manager used to secure your passwords from the prying eyes of big brother (i.e. government, hackers, ppl who have physical access to your compute). More about PPK's security:
PPK is very secure, as it keeps your passwords encrypted at all times, it only decrypts them for less than seconds while editing them. PPK takes security seriously and it would be nearly impossible (if not compleatly impossible) to break into the encrypted password file and steal your passwords.
$ git clone https://github.com/KrisIsHere/PyPassKeep/ $ cd PyPassKeep $ python3 pypasskeep.py
and then select your package manager (APT/XBPS/PACMAN) to select the requirement(s): ccrypt.
PPK was developted mainly by KrisIsHere, credit to Peter Selinger for developing ccrypt.