As of right now, there are no real releases for passgen, but there are nightly builds from the
master branch that you can download and try out. Currently, passgen supports a variety of platforms for the Linux builds, as well as macOS and Windows builds. The latter however are considered experimental at this point because they are not tested as part of the CI process.
|AMD64||passgen-linux-amd64.tar.xz (sig)||passgen-linux-amd64.deb (sig)|
|ARM64||passgen-linux-aarch64.tar.xz (sig)||passgen-linux-aarch64.deb (sig)|
|RISC-V 64-bit||passgen-linux-riscv64.tar.xz (sig)||passgen-linux-riscv64.deb (sig)|
Warning: the macOS releases are considered experimental because they are untested. M1 Mac builds are work-in-progress.
Warning: the win64 releases are considered experimental because they are untested.
Every release comes with a signature file. This can be used to verify the authenticity and integrity of the releases. To do so, you need
ssh-keygen and the passgen developer public key.
wget https://xfbs.gitlab.com/passgen/passgen.pub ssh-keygen -Y verify -f passgen.pub -s passgen-linux-amd64.deb.sig -n name -I email@example.com < passgen-linux-amd64.deb Good "file" signature for firstname.lastname@example.org with ED25519 key SHA256:k7BsqKVzJMDEmgomupIE4VE9Xe4V4ffP506BLkz4JGQ
If the verification fails, please do not trust the build and contact the developers immediately!