Bitwarden - Self-hosted password manager
necrevistonnezr last edited by necrevistonnezr
Great that this is being worked on!
I installed the app but get the following errors:
Mar 23 10:36:17 box:shell addLogrotateConfig spawn: /usr/bin/sudo -S /home/yellowtent/box/src/scripts/configurelogrotate.sh add a3cda43e-541b-4edd-b8fe-c4cfb52752fb /tmp/a3cda43e-541b-4edd-b8fe-c4cfb52752fb.logrotate Mar 23 10:27:12 => Starting bitwarden_rs Mar 23 10:27:12 [2019-03-23 10:27:12][bitwarden_rs][ERROR] Error creating database directory Mar 23 10:27:16 => Starting bitwarden_rs Mar 23 10:27:16 [2019-03-23 10:27:16][bitwarden_rs][ERROR] Error creating database directory Mar 23 10:27:19 => Starting bitwarden_rs Mar 23 10:27:19 [2019-03-23 10:27:19][bitwarden_rs][ERROR] Error creating database directory Mar 23 10:27:22 => Starting bitwarden_rs Mar 23 10:27:22 [2019-03-23 10:27:22][bitwarden_rs][ERROR] Error creating database directory Mar 23 10:27:26 => Starting bitwarden_rs Mar 23 10:27:26 [2019-03-23 10:27:26][bitwarden_rs][ERROR] Error creating database directory Mar 23 10:27:30 => Starting bitwarden_rs
After restarting the app it's now
sudo systemctl restart boxas well.
Build and install worked without problems, but i'm facing the same issue as @necrevistonnezr
Couln't really find something on the first view, but i'm not that familiar with containers. Would be great to see it running, thank you for your efforts you already made!
@fbartels It works now with the fix from my colleague m4rg4sh (he submitted a pull request). Also there is a new version 1.8.0 - I just updated to it and everything looks great so far
Thanks for the pr. I just merged it and also update the dockerfile to 1.8.0.
I hope this pr is going to be merged into bitwarden_rs soon: https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/pull/396
It would make it a lot easier for the user management. Currently registration is open to the world until you set
ENV SIGNUPS_ALLOWED=false, which only makes sense after you created a first account. After setting it you could work with invites, but the invitation model sucks (you can just invite when having an Organisation or you can do it in the admin panel, but you have to set another env variable to access it and you can't save stuff there).
So currently not really usable for the normal user. As far as I understood, with the ldap integration accounts / invites will be synced for all ldap users, which is exactly what we want. I also hope the admin panel gets some love, as in my eyes the token system to log in there isn't really easy to handle. And there seems to be a problem saving the settings you set there, but that's probably a problem in the cloudron integration.
@gml yes, the ldap invite tool would be nice. I think the best for the moment would be to slap Apache Infront of bitwarden (would be needed anyways for the websocket part) and hide the admin panel behind ldap auth (only allow admin users from within cloudron). Then invites and open registration can be disabled and admins can manually create accounts as needed.
I've now spent a bit of time to get the admin page "properly" working. Registrations are now disabled in the app itself, but users that are in the cloudron admin group can login to /admin to create the required users.
Stuff like Websockets support (for folder notifications) is still missing, as well as automatic SMTP configuration but I would say the general app is "done".
Looking forward to feedback.
gml last edited by gml
Thank you for your great work! This is definitely on a good path
Some few things I noticed:
- Saving a config throws a
Error saving config: IOError. I also checked with a reboot and it seems it really can't be saved right now. (also smtp wouldn't be possible without this fixed)
- When accessing the admin panel when not logged into cloudron, you get a password prompt. A 403 HTTP would probably be more suitable and secure
And as a small Bonus: As the app is getting in a pretty good shape, it is time for a logo =D
here you go: https://github.com/bitwarden/brand/blob/master/icons/256x256.png
- Saving a config throws a
@gml thanks. I have fixed the location of the config.json created by the admin panel. Settings can now be stored (but SMTP settings should probably be done in start.sh instead). I have also added your logo.
The password prompt is actually expected since ldap auth is used in the webserver. The only way around the prompt would be to use oauth instead, but in previous attempts (the cloud torrent app) I did not get this to run.
It's working for me. A few observations:
- the invitation e-Mail did not get send as I hadn't change the SMTP settings, but once the e-Mail is on the invite list, this e-Mail can register an account
- even with 1 GB of memory assigned, I get a "ran out of memory" quite often
- currently the app is quite unresponsive as it's searching for favicons (as I can see from the logs)
- Importing from Enpass 6 (json) worked fine for me
Another question - how are updates done? Or will your app eventually become an "official" cloudron app?
even with 1 GB of memory assigned, I get a "ran out of memory" quite often
currently the app is quite unresponsive as it's searching for favicons (as I can see from the logs)
Importing from Enpass 6 (json) worked fine for me
This probably depends quite a bit on the amount of data you throw at it. I actually started with an empty vault since password history etc would not have carried over anyways. But in my case it's easy to keep a portable version of keepass around if I need a password from the old database.
Maybe the icon caching is causing some troubles for you? You could deactivate this from the settings. Probably also a good idea to get in touch with the upstream project if they are already aware on this and if there is anything to lighten the load a bit
how are updates done? Or will your app eventually become an "official" cloudron app?
My idea is to have a good base so that @nebulon can make this an official app.
iamthefij last edited by
LDAP syncing is now available for bitwarden_rs. Check it out on the wiki.
Do you have your app shared on git.cloudron.io yet? If so I can help contribute.
iamthefij last edited by
I've got a branch where I've almost gotten LDAP syncing fully working, but invites don't seem to be working properly.
Even if I try to send an invite directly through the web interface, it just hangs. The user shows in the list, however the logs never show a success or failure response for the request. I've checked the SMTP settings and they appear to be correct. I'll keep debugging though.