As password administrator I would like to store the private keys for SSH servers

Q1. What is the problem that you are trying to solve?
Save the keys for Linux Servers. When we have SSH credentials we have not a way to store its corresponding private key

Q2 - Who is impacted?
All the system administrators.

Q3 - Why is it important and/or urgent?
Of course, I have houndreds of SSH credentials and a half of them has SSH private key.

Q4 - What is your proposed solution? (optional)

  • add a field to attach a file in order to put the private key

Fantastic Feature…

Anyone concerned with security and using Passbolt would most likely be using SSH Keys instead of passwords for terminal server access.

+1 from me

Great Feature.

+1 from me

I’d also like to store my SSH keys safely.

A huge +1 from me! Could be as easy as being able to attach a file (doesn’t have to be SSH key specific).


Also handy for pgp private keys


it’s a feature that would raise the level of Passbolt

Perhaps as a simple solution the password-field itself should be extended by accepting newlines and more then 4096 chars.

Uploading files is also nice (QR-codes, …), but perhaps for certs we can keep it more simple.