The API allows you to create, update, delete, and share your passwords. You can list of all your passwords as well as retrieve individual passwords.
In passbolt, passwords are split into two different entities: Resources and Secrets. The Resource entity is an object which represents a password’s metadata and contains items such as the searchable password name, the associated username, the URL where the password is used, in addition to other fields.
The Secret entity is the actual password and optionally other secret information such as the encrypted description. Secrets can be accessed via its associated Resource object or individually. In either case, the access will be logged in the system.
The definition of what is included in the resource and what is included in the secret is described using resource types which take the form of JSON schemas.
The Resource object
|Unique ID of the resource in UUID format.
|Datetime when the resource was created
|UUID of the user who created the resource
|Object containing the user details of the creator
|Whether the resource has been deleted
|Favorite details of the resource
|Datetime when the resource was last modified
8601 Datetime format
|UUID of the user who last modified the resource
|Object containing the user details of the modifier
|Permission details as applied on the resource
|URL/URI for this login
|Username to be used for this login
|The resource type id
|The folder containing the resource
Last updatedThis article was last updated on January 18th, 2021.
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