See if your passwords in pass has been breached.
passpwn uses the range API which means that we are only sending the first 5 characters of a SHA1 hashed password to Have I been pwned? and are checking the returned hashes against the full local hash.
Inspiration for this tool comes from the 1Password blog.
A big thanks to haveibeenpwned.com for making this possible in a secure way.
If you find any bugs or want to provide feedback, you can file bugs in the project's GitHub Issues page.
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