A tool and library for rotating your password on online services
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pass-rotate is a library and CLI for rotating passwords on various web services. This software makes it easier to rotate your passwords, one at a time or in bulk, when security events or routine upkeep of your online accounts makes it necessary. This is the first step towards a better future - one where users never interact with passwords at all and they're managed entirely by software.

Adding new services is a tedious process. If you'd like to support pass-rotate, you can donate to me and send emails to my mailing list to request support for specific providers.

#CLI usage

Copy pass-rotate.ini to ~/.config/pass-rotate.ini and edit it to your liking. You'll have to find a shell command (or write a script) that gets passwords from and adds passwords to your password manager. Examples for pass are provided in the example config.

Rotate passwords like so:

$ pass-rotate news.ycombinator.com github.com
Rotating news.ycombinator.com... OK
Rotating github.com...
  Enter your two factor (TOTP) code: 

Full usage:

  pass-rotate <accounts>...
  pass-rotate --list-accounts
  pass-rotate --list-providers
  pass-rotate --list-options <provider>

  --list-accounts   Print all configured accounts
  --list-providers  Print all supported service providers and exit
  --list-options    Prints options for the specified provider and exit
  --config=<file>   Specify an alternate config file (default: ~/.config/pass-rotate.ini)

For a list of currently supported services, see this folder . Please help us add more services - it's easy!


pip install -e .

#Library usage

The CLI is a frontend for the passrotate Python library, which is intended to be easily integrated with various password managers to provide password rotation functionality.

>>> from passrotate import PassRotate
>>> pass_rotate = PassRotate()
>>> github = pass_rotate.get_provider("github.com", { "username": "example" })
>>> github.prepare(old_password) # Verifies credentials, prompts for two-factor, etc
>>> github.execute(old_password, new_password) # Actually changes the password

You can also get a provider's class with PassRotate.get_provider_class(name), which includes the following properties:

  • name: User-friendly provider name
  • domains: List of domains this password applies to
  • options: Expected format of the options dict you pass into the constructor. This is a dict with option names, whose values are passrotate.provider.ProviderOption instances.

You may get a list() of supported provider classes with PassRotate.get_providers(), and you can also just directly import specific providers from passrotate.providers.

#Prompting for two-factor

Some providers may need to prompt the user to do things like provide a two-factor authorization code. You may set a function to fulfill this prompt by using PassRotate.set_prompt(func), where func is a function that takes a prompt string and a prompt_type. The latter is an instance of the passrotate.provider.PromptType enum. This function should return a string - the answer to the prompt.


This class is used by Provider.options to specify the format of the options dict for this provider.