Replaced passff with gopass-bridge on Windows 10_

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August 30, 2021 @11:50

Previously I got passff working on Windows 10 using a bit of a convoluted process that involved manually editing a bunch of the shims and replacing the pass binary with gopass. This has worked OK but I recently downgraded Firefox to the ESR release (the new UI in 90+ is an absolute abomination and I'm going to avoid it for as long as I can) and that wiped out my profile and deleted all the installed extensions. I figured it was time to do the update dance anyway and while doing that I decided to look into other solutions to see if there were less fragile options.

Long story short, I installed gopass-bridge. Assuming you area starting with a working gopass install then all you need to do is this.

  1. Install the browser extension (github) (firefox)
  2. Install gopass-jsonapi from the release .zip (github)
  3. Run gopass-jsonapi configure and answer the questions.
  4. Try to not be annoyed at the failed attempt to use color in the CLI output. (Optional)

gopass-jsonapi configure output

With that, you should now have access to your password store in Firefox. I will note it's a little clunkier of an interface compared to passff so I may switch back in the future but I'll give this a try for now.

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