Automatically fill in passwords of SSH targets for remote developments in Visual Studio Code. The passwords can be managed via the little app, and they are store in Windows Crediential Manager built-in with Windows 10. Developers! Developers! Developers! SSH Remote Developments in Visual Studio is so cool that it is loaded with Docker integrations, file explorer, and so much more features. However without a degree in SSH key management, it prompts you all the time to fill in secure passwords. This app ends that and helps us developers to worry one thing less. This app uses very little memory and system resources running in the background. Of course, you are in control, it provides all options for you to determine when and how the password is used. All credentials are eventually stored securely in Windows 10. The app does NOT store any passwords elsewhere. Download a trial today, or even better purchase one copy to support an indie. Head to https://github.com/hereafter/ssh-vault-vscode/wiki if you need more tips and tricks and feedback via issues in github.
What’s new in this version
Version 1.0.0 + [NEW] SSH Vault credential manager + [NEW] Autofill password for SSH target connection in Visual Studio Code + [NEW] Notification icon to quickly turn off auto filling + [NEW] Trigger a fill with keyboard shortcut in "Ctrl+V" in password prompt of Visual Studio Code + [NEW] Options to customize how and when password are filled
- Manage SSH targets and credentials easily
- Automatically fill in password if it is needed in Visual Studio Code
- tiny memory footprint running in background
- Store passwords with built-in Windows Credential Manager
- Windows 10 modern uwp user interface