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A function in Teampass to check LDAP/Active Directory Group membership before granting access to Teampass.
In larger organizations you (probably) don't want the whole Active Directory/LDAP User container to have access to Teampass. This could be managed by creating a Active Directory Group where it's members have access to Teampass and let Teampass check this group membership.
(need to have):
- When logging in for the first time with an Active Directory account, the account should be a member of the AD group specified in de settings section. If not, no account should be created in Teampass. An email should be sent to the administrator and a line written in the Log.(User "X" which isn't a member of group [teampass] tried to access Teampass.)
- When logging in normally (after the account has been created), the user should always be checked if he/she is a member of the group specified in de settings section, if not, the account should be locked. an email should be sent to the administrator telling that user x is no longer a group member and the teampass account is locked. Probably some logging should also be made... for auditing purposes.
(Nice to have)
Further implementation of LDAP/|Active Directory in Teampass. Assigning LDAP/AD groups to Roles, this way when a Role is created in Teampass you can assign a AD group to it. Management can be done by adding or removing users from the specific LDAP/AD group.
We discussed the (need to have) feature by Email, but i never posted an official feature request.
In the file settings.php the password for the teampass database user is written in plain text. A security improvement would be to encrypt this password so that an unauthorised system admin could not break into the database.
we are looking into using teampass in our corporate environment and wondering if there's a way to automate a backup with encryption and place them in a location that will be backed up daily by our backup software?
is this possible?
first of all: TeamPass is great, so I can finally manage the passwords of the family centrally!
It would be great if there where a browser plugin for Chrome, with which one could enjoy the typical luxury features. For example:
- Automatic login with saved user names & passwords
- Create new password
- Automatically add username & passwords into database when logging on to a new page
- ... I think the community have lots of more ideas
For Firefox, I've seen one, but it does not seem to work with the current version of TeamPass. I am Chrome User and I have only written about Firefox that the Firefox Users does not stand out. :)
At this time, when you click delete on a file it is instantly removed. Could it be possible to introduce a confirmation? New users will try out any button and the result is a deleted file.
Also because the file is removed there is no chance to restore it. Could this also be introduced?
We plan to use Teampass as a store for certificates so it must be failsafe.
I could see this as a HUGE plus!! Possibly could be implemented with some teampass changes and some kind of KeePass plug-in that would allow a KeePass DB to sync to TeamPass based on the permissions and access according to the authenticating TeamPass user?? KeePass already has so manyclients for desktop and mobile devices. This would give the best of both worlds. The multi-user back-end of TeamPass (and web access) and open the door to the many KeePass client usage scenarios!!!
I'm not a developer so absolutly no idea how much work on either the TeamPass or KeePass side this would take.
This request is broken up into two parts:
1. Linked Items. One of my more-common scenarios is to track things like Online forum accounts in TeamPass. In many of these cases I use a common email account (usually GMail) when registering for the forum. When I create the Teampass Item to track each forum account, I end up having to duplicate the credentials for the common GMail account, so I can immediately access them without having to navigate several items in Teampass. I could alternatively add just the email address in the appropriate field within the item, but then I'd have to manually navigate to a different item to see the rest of the common Gmail credentials/attributes. It would be nice to have a new field (Linked Item) that you could use to refer to another item within Teampass, potentially within a different folder (e.g. a folder of email accounts). Clicking on that linked-item would navigate directly to the other item within Teampass - subject to permissions of-course.
2. Items that Link to Me. Conversely, it would be nice to be able to click on a button within given item and pop up a list of items that link to it. If that was a picklist, then it could even be used to navigate directly to that item.
Ultimately it's straightforward to use workarounds to simulate this kind of functionality, but it's a bit awkward. Allowing linked-items and items-that-link-to-me would greatly improve and speed up navigation throughout Teampass for these kinds of use-cases, especially where the various items are stored in different folders. It would also improve data-normalization since I would no longer need to duplicate credentials across related items.
Would it be possible to add the ability for the offline file to only be accessible for X number of hours? This way the file will automatically expire and users can't download it and take it with them if they leave the company?
Hello there - thank you for Teampass. I'm finding it quite useful, and usable. I especially like it's support for custom-fields. I have two custom-field feature-requests for your consideration:
- Visibility-when-Empty. Currently when viewing an item's details, all custom-fields associated with the item/folder's category are displayed whether they are populated or not. It would clean up the display quite a bit if empty custom-fields were not displayed. This could perhaps be made configurable, at the site level, category level, or possibly individual custom-field level.
- Masking. Currently custom-fields appear to be non-typed, generic raw text. Their contents are always displayed in-the-clear when viewing an item's details. It would be extremely useful to be able to optionally configure individual custom-fields as "sensitive information", and display them in a masked form unless a click-and-hold type action is performed (similar to how an item's password is currently handled). An additional copy-to-clipboard functionality would also be very useful. This would probably be best made configurable on a per-field basis.
Thank you very much!
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