Drake: Password Syncing with Google Drive

2013-09-09 00:00:00 +0100 by Alex R. Young

Drake (GitHub: marksteve / drake, License: MIT) by Mark Steve Samson is a password management tool. It syncs with Google Drive, and uses SJCL for client-side encryption.


It has a simple password generation feature -- it just creates a random string, so you can select a portion from it. It would be nice if it had some options for length and punctuation like 1Password.

The interesting thing about Drake is it's entirely client-side. It uses Google's APIs to sync data, but runs in your browser. Mark said he developed it using Chrome, so it could be a password management solution for Chromebook users who don't want to sync all of their passwords using Chrome's built-in system.

The code is organised using TJ Holowaychuk's Component project, and can be built locally using make.