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A python script to import a LastPass CSV export to pass.
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"""
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import csv
import sys
import argparse
import subprocess
EXPECTED_COLUMNS = ["url", "username", "password", "extra", "name", "grouping", "fav"]
def check_header(header_tuple):
"""Check the header to identify the order of the columns."""
header = {}
for i, column in enumerate(header_tuple):
header[column] = i
if all((x in header for x in EXPECTED_COLUMNS)):
print("CSV format identified.")
return header
else:
print("Unable to identify CSV format.")
sys.exit(1)
def parse_row(row, header):
"""Parse the given row into a dict, based on the header."""
parsed = {}
for column, key in header.items():
parsed[column] = row[key]
return parsed
def insert_pass(path, input):
subprocess.check_output(["pass", "insert", "--multiline", path], input=input)
def enter_password(parsed):
"""Enter the given row into pass as domain/username."""
path = "{}/{}".format(parsed["name"], parsed["username"])
if parsed["extra"] == "":
password_input = bytes(parsed["password"], "utf-8")
else:
password_input = bytes('\n'.join((parsed["password"], "Extra:", parsed["extra"])), "utf-8")
insert_pass(path, password_input)
def enter_secure_note(parsed):
"""Enter the given secure note into pass."""
path = "{}/{}".format(parsed["grouping"], parsed["name"])
note_input = bytes(parsed["extra"], "utf-8")
insert_pass(path, note_input)
def insert_row(row, header):
"""Insert the given row into pass."""
parsed = parse_row(row, header)
if all((parsed[column] != "" for column in ("username", "password", "name"))):
enter_password(parsed)
elif all((parsed[column] != "" for column in ("name", "grouping", "extra"))):
enter_secure_note(parsed)
elif parsed["name"].startswith("Generated Password for "):
# Skip all generated passwords
print("Skipping {}.".format(parsed["name"]))
else:
# Skipping this password, notify the user for manual entry
print("\nUnable to import the following password:")
print("URL: {:<30}".format(parsed["url"]))
print("Name: {}".format(parsed["name"]))
print("Group: {}".format(parsed["grouping"]))
print("Username: {}".format(parsed["username"]))
print("Password: {}\n".format(parsed["password"]))
if __name__ == "__main__":
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Import LastPass csv export into pass.")
parser.add_argument("pass_file", type=str,
help="The CSV file exported from LastPass.")
args = parser.parse_args()
with open(args.pass_file) as pass_file:
pass_reader = csv.reader(pass_file, strict=True)
# Check the CSV header
header = check_header(pass_reader.__next__())
for row in pass_reader:
insert_row(row, header)
print("\nDone.")
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