This project creates encrypted backups for Bitwarden vaults including attachments. It pulls your vault items from Bitwarden CLI and download all the attachments associated with those items to a temporary backup folder. Then, portwarden zip that folder, encrypt it with a passphrase, and delete the temporary folder.
It addresses this issue in the community forum https://community.bitwarden.com/t/encrypted-export/235, but hopefully Bitwarden will come up with official solutions soon.
We now support restoring the backup to an empty account, including attachments.
Note that you may lose your data if you try the restore feature and I am not responsible. Use the free software at your own discretion. Since we don't handle restoration conflicts, make sure to back up with your main account and restore to a spare/alternative account.
Go to https://github.com/bitwarden/cli/releases to download the latest version of Bitwarden CLI and place the executable
bw.exe in your
PATH. Then, go to https://github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/releases/ to download the latest release of
portwarden. Now just follow these steps :
# If you are running self hosted instance, execute `bw config server https://MYSERVER.COM` portwarden --passphrase 1234 --filename backup.portwarden encrypt portwarden --passphrase 1234 --filename backup.portwarden decrypt # RESTORE IS EXPERIMENTAL!! YOU MAY LOSE YOUR DATA # IF YOU RESTORE TO YOUR MAIN ACCOUNT # PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING # Please use a **spare** account for restoring backup # Portwarden doesn't handle conflicts therefore a # separate account is needed # In fact we setup a check to make sure the account your # are restoring to does not have any data in it portwarden --passphrase 1234 --filename backup.portwarden restore
|Portwarden||Official Bitwarden Backup|
|Backup Format||✔️ AES-Encrypted
||Unencrypted CSV file|
|Backup With Attachments||✔️||Not supported (see this feature request)|
|Restore Attachments||✔️ Supported||Not supported|
Clone this repo. Make sure you have Docker installed, ports 8000, 8081, 5000 unused, Golang installed, dep installed. In addition, create an environment varialble
Salt of length 30 for encryption salt. Then run
dep ensure # Install go dependencies docker-compose up -d # Spin up required containers # After the services/containers are created successfully, you should see # $ docker-compose up -d # WARNING: Some services (worker) use the 'deploy' key, which will be ignored. Compose does not support 'deploy' configuration - use `docker stack deploy` to deploy to a swarm. # Creating network "portwarden_default" with the default driver # Creating portwarden_redis_1 ... done # Creating portwarden_redis-commander_1 ... done # Creating portwarden_frontend_1 ... done # Creating portwarden_worker_1 ... done # Creating portwarden_scheduler_1 ... done docker ps # checkout the running containers # $ docker ps # CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES # e9bbc7263189 vwxyzjn/portwarden-base:1.1.0 "/bin/bash" 15 seconds ago Up 12 seconds 0.0.0.0:5000->5000/tcp portwarden_scheduler_1 # f44247d80881 vwxyzjn/portwarden-base:1.1.0 "go run main.go" 15 seconds ago Up 12 seconds 5000/tcp portwarden_worker_1 # 37deb1556391 vwxyzjn/portwarden-frontend:1.0.1 "/bin/sh -c 'npm run…" 17 seconds ago Up 14 seconds 0.0.0.0:8000->8000/tcp portwarden_frontend_1 # 6ab98b5515f1 redis "docker-entrypoint.s…" 17 seconds ago Up 14 seconds 0.0.0.0:6379->6379/tcp portwarden_redis_1 # 78618bb157d2 rediscommander/redis-commander:latest "/usr/bin/dumb-init …" 17 seconds ago Up 14 seconds 0.0.0.0:8081->8081/tcp portwarden_redis-commander_1 docker exec -it portwarden_scheduler_1 bash # get into scheduler container and do whatever you want. # $ docker exec -it portwarden_scheduler_1 bash # [email protected]:/go/src/github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler# go run main.go # (string) (len=24) "Scheduler Server Started" # [GIN-debug] [WARNING] Now Gin requires Go 1.6 or later and Go 1.7 will be required soon. # [GIN-debug] [WARNING] Creating an Engine instance with the Logger and Recovery middleware already attached. # [GIN-debug] [WARNING] Running in "debug" mode. Switch to "release" mode in production. # - using env: export GIN_MODE=release # - using code: gin.SetMode(gin.ReleaseMode) # [GIN-debug] GET / --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.(*PortwardenServer).Run.func1 (4 handlers) # [GIN-debug] POST /decrypt --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.DecryptBackupHandler (4 handlers) # [GIN-debug] GET /gdrive/loginUrl --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.(*PortwardenServer).GetGoogleDriveLoginURLHandler-fm (4 handlers) # [GIN-debug] GET /gdrive/login --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.(*PortwardenServer).GetGoogleDriveLoginHandler-fm (4 handlers) # [GIN-debug] GET /test/TokenAuthMiddleware --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.(*PortwardenServer).Run.func2 (5 handlers) # [GIN-debug] POST /encrypt --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.EncryptBackupHandler (5 handlers) # [GIN-debug] POST /encrypt/cancel --> github.com/vwxyzjn/portwarden/web/scheduler/server.CancelEncryptBackupHandler (5 handlers) # [GIN-debug] Listening and serving HTTP on :5000
docker-compose.yaml file defines the services running and it's mounting your current directory as volumes and map it to the container's working directory. This means you can develop/make changes in your local machine, and run it in the container. It also maps certain containers' ports into your host so that you can call the endpoints.
PRs are welcome. For ideas, you could probably add a progress bar to the CLI.