Password Pusher is an opensource application to communicate passwords over the web. Links to passwords expire after a certain number of views and/or time has passed.
Hosted at pwpush.com but you can also easily run your own instance internally on Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift or on Heroku with just a few steps.
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One click deploy to Heroku Cloud without having to set up servers.
This option will deploy a production PasswordPusher instance backed by a postgres database to Heroku. As is monthly cost: $0.
Docker images of Password Pusher are available on Docker hub.
docker run -d -p "5000:5000" pglombardo/pwpush-ephemeral:latest
➜ using an External Postgres Database
docker run -d -p "5000:5000" pglombardo/pwpush-postgres:latest
Included in this repository is
containerization/pwpush-postgres/docker-compose.yaml which can be used by simply running:
docker-compose up -d docker-compose down
We currently don't supply a prebuilt Kubernetes YAML file yet but you can deploy the above Docker images using this documentation.
See this blog post on how to deploy Password Pusher to Azure by Craig McLaren.
See our OpenShift documentation.
Make sure you have git and Ruby installed and then:
git clone [email protected]:pglombardo/PasswordPusher.git cd PasswordPusher gem install bundler bundle install --without development production test --deployment bundle exec rake assets:precompile RAILS_ENV=private bundle exec rake db:setup foreman start internalweb
Then view the site @ http://localhost:5000/.
Note: You can change the listening port by modifying the Procfile
@iandunn for better password form security.
JarvisAndPi for the favicon design
The Password Pusher Alfred Workflow for Mac users.
CLI written in Python that uses pwpush.com as a backend