Password Pusher is a tool used for sharing passwords and other sensitive information with other people securely.
With Password Pusher, you can create a unique, one-time URL that will expire after a certain amount of time or after it has been accessed a certain number of times, ensuring that your information remains private and secure. It is often used by individuals and organizations to share login credentials or other sensitive data with colleagues, clients, or partners.
Password Pusher is a simple and convenient solution for securely sharing passwords without the need for email or other less secure communication methods.
Hosted at pwpush.com or you can run your own private instance wherever you like.
The source code is on Github. It’s opensource and free for anyone to use, review or modify.
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The first git commit to Password Pusher was on December 28, 2011. pwpush.com went live shortly thereafter.
The original site design consisted of a dark background with a bold yellow font.
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