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NAME


lpass - command line interface for LastPass

SYNOPSIS


lpass [ --version, -v | --help, -h ]
lpass <subcommand> [<args>]

DESCRIPTION


lpass is a simple command line interface to LastPass. It is comprised of several
subcommands:

lpass login [--trust] [--plaintext-key [--force, -f]] [--color=auto|never|always] USERNAME
lpass logout [--force, -f] [--color=auto|never|always]
lpass show [--sync=auto|now|no] [--clip, -c] [--all|--username|--password|--url|--notes|--field=FIELD|--id|--name] [--basic-regexp, -G|--fixed-strings, -F] [--color=auto|never|always] {NAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass ls [--sync=auto|now|no] [--long, -l] [-m] [-u] [--color=auto|never|always] [GROUP]
lpass edit [--sync=auto|now|no] [--non-interactive] {--name|--username, -u|--password, -p|--url|--notes|--field=FIELD} [--color=auto|never|always] {NAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass generate [--sync=auto|now|no] [--clip, -c] [--username=USERNAME] [--url=URL] [--no-symbols] [--color=auto|never|always] {NAME|UNIQUEID} LENGTH
lpass duplicate [--sync=auto|now|no] [--color=auto|never|always] {UNIQUENAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass rm [--sync=auto|now|no] [--color=auto|never|always] {UNIQUENAME|UNIQUEID}
lpass sync [--background, -b] [--color=auto|never|always]
lpass export [--sync=auto|now|no] [--color=auto|never|always]
lpass share userls SHARE
lpass share useradd [--read_only=[true|false]] [--hidden=[true|false]] [--admin=[true|false]] SHARE USERNAME
lpass share usermod [--read_only=[true|false]] [--hidden=[true|false]] [--admin=[true|false]] SHARE USERNAME
lpass share userdel SHARE USERNAME
lpass share create SHARE
lpass share rm SHARE

Synchronization
The --sync options control when the current operation involves a synchronization with the
server. If now is set, and the command makes a change, the change is synchronized before
the command exits. If now is set, and the command displays a value, the local cache is
synchronized before the value is shown. If now is set, and the command is otherwise
successful, but synchronization fails, the command will return an error. If auto is set,
and the command makes a change, the change is synchronized to the server in the
background. If auto is set, and the command displays a value, the local cache is
synchronized before the value is shown only if the local cache is more than 5 seconds (or
LPASS_AUTO_SYNC_TIME seconds, if set) old. If no is set, the command will not interact
with the server, unless there is a current upload queue being processed. Any local changes
that are not synchronized with the server will exist in a queue of timestamped requests
which will be synchronized on the next occurring synchronization.

The sync command forces a synchronization of the local cache with the LastPass servers,
and does not exit until the local cache is synchronized or until an error occurs.
Alternatively, if --background is specified, the synchronization occurs in a daemonized
process.

Agent
An agent process will be spawned in the background on a first successful command, and all
subsequent commands will use the agent for decryption, instead of asking a user for a
password. The agent will quit after one hour, unless the LPASS_AGENT_TIMEOUT environment
variable is set to an alternative number of seconds in which to quit, or 0 to never quit.
If the environment variable LPASS_AGENT_DISABLE is set to 1, the agent will not be used.

Password Entry
If available, the pinentry program, part of gpg2(1), may be used for inputting passwords
if it is installed. If unavailable, or if the LPASS_DISABLE_PINENTRY environment variable
is set to 1, passwords will be read from standard input and a prompt will be displayed on
standard error.

The program used for inputting passwords may also be configured by setting the
LPASS_ASKPASS` environment variable. 'LPASS_ASKPASS is expected to be a binary that
produces a prompt using its first command-line argument, and outputs the entered password
to standard out. ssh-askpass implements this protocol, as does the following shell script:

#!/bin/bash
echo -n "$*: " >/dev/stderr
stty -echo
read answer
stty echo
echo $answer

Entry Specification
Commands that take a UNIQUENAME will fail if the provided name is used multiple times, and
return an error. Commands may alternatively take a UNIQUEID, which will be the integer ID
provided by LastPass for identifying entries uniquely. Commands that take either a NAME or
a UNIQUEID will create a new entry if a NAME is specified and otherwise overwrite an
existing entry if UNIQUEID is specified.

Logging In
The login subcommand will initialize a cache and configuration folder inside the current
user’s home directory – ~/.lpass – or in the directory specified by the environment
variable LPASS_HOME. It will then attempt to authenticate itself with the LastPass
servers, using the provided command line credentials or by interactively prompting (in the
case of multifactor or an unprovided password). The --trust option will cause subsequent
logins to not require multifactor authentication. If the --plaintext-key option is
specified, the decryption key will be saved to the hard disk in plaintext. Please note
that use of this option is discouraged except in limited situations, as it greatly
decreases the security of data.

The logout subcommand will remove the local cache and stored encryption keys. It will
prompt the user to confirm, unless --force is specified.

Viewing
The show subcommand will display a password or selected field.

The ls subcommand will list names in groups in a tree structure. If the --long or -l
option is set, then also list the last modification time. The -u option may be passed to
show the last use (last touch) time instead, if available. Both times are in GMT.

The export subcommand will dump all account information including passwords to stdout
(unencrypted).

Modifying
The edit subcommand will edit the selected field. If --non-interactive is not set, the
selected field will be edited using EDITOR; otherwise the command will accept data until
EOF or, unless the notes field is being edited, the first new line. Please note that when
editing interactively, the contents of the field may be saved on disk in tmp files or in
editor swap files, depending on your system configuration.

The generate subcommand will create a randomly generated password for the chosen key name,
and optionally add a url and username while inserting the generated password.

The rm command will remove the specified entry, and the duplicate command will create a
duplicate entry of the one specified, but with a different ID.

Shared Folder Commands
The share command and its accompanying subcommands can be used to manipulate shared
folders, if available to the (enterprise or premium) user. The userls, useradd, usermod,
and userdel subcommands may be used to query and modify membership of the shared folder,
while the create and rm share subcommands may be used to add new, or delete existing
shared folders. The normal generate and edit commands may be used to edit accounts within
the shared folder.

Clipboard
Commands that take a -c or --clip option will copy the output to the clipboard, using
xclip(1) or xsel(1) on X11-based systems, pbcopy(1) on OSX, or putclip on Cygwin. The
command to be used can be overridden by specifying the LPASS_CLIPBOARD_COMMAND environment
variable.

Color Output
The --color option controls colored output to the terminal. By default, commands will use
--color=auto, in which color output is used unless the output is not a tty (for example,
when passed to a pipe or file). If always is used, colors are produced regardless of the
output detection. If never is used, no color escape sequences are emitted.

Configuration
All configuration may be specified via environment variables. Alternatively, a set of
environment variable overrides may be specified in ~/.lpass/env in the form of:

VARIABLE1=VALUE1
VARIABLE2=VALUE2
...

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES


The following environment variables may be used for configuration as described in the
section above:

· LPASS_HOME

· LPASS_AUTO_SYNC_TIME

· LPASS_AGENT_TIMEOUT

· LPASS_AGENT_DISABLE

· LPASS_DISABLE_PINENTRY

· LPASS_ASKPASS

· LPASS_CLIPBOARD_COMMAND

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