The enigmatic mouse will keep your Passwords safe - password manager on Android written in Kotlin.
Password manager in 1000 lines of KOTLIN!
The Enigmatic Mouse is a small password manager, the purpose is to be as small as possible
while still providing a bearable user experience. By being small The Mouse is auditable by
our user base. No need to trust a third party with the keys to the kingdom, you can fork
the repository and add new features or even disable existing ones! For maximum security
we recommend that you build and side-load the application yourself. This ensures that
a rogue version published to the Play store won't steal all your passwords.
Requires SDK26 (can probably be built with lower API levels too.)
- application is protected by fingerprint authentication.
- securely store passwords encrypted within Realm.
- shows icons for the sites you add from the internet.
- allows you to copy to clipboard or view passwords within the app.
- set a credential as favorite and sticky it to the top of the list.
The encryption scheme
The master password is combined with a key derivation function (Scrypt) to generate an AES key of 256 bits.
Another key is then created within the Trusty TEE (HSM) and used to encrypt the AES key.
The key stored in TEE is protected by your fingerprint and never leaves the HSM.
We store the encrypted key, the salt used with the master password and the
initialization vector used as shared preferences. This information is not a
cryptographic secret. When the user authenticates with their fingerprint, we use the
AES key stored in the HSM to decrypt the key derived from the master password. When the
master key is recovered, we initialize the Realm encrypted database with it.
- Fingerprint authentication
- Scrypt, N=65536, r=8, p=1
- Realm - encrypted with AES256 key.
- Trusty TEE
The following permissions are required.
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.USE_BIOMETRIC"/> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"/>
The biometric permissions is used to authenticate with the Trusty TEE (HSM)
using a fingerprint. In newer versions of Android there might be more ways
to authenticate with biometrics.
The Internet permission is used to download icons from websites. For example
if you add a credential for youtube.com -> we will fetch the index page from
youtube and parse any
<link rel="icon" href="..." elements and select the
biggest available icon. If you think Internet permissions is scary in your password
manager you can remove it. We are only using it to download icons to make the UI
a bit prettier.
Open the project in Android Studio, Build -> Make Project.
Without Android studio,
Find the unsigned .apk in
Installing the application yourself is the recommended way, as it removes the middleman.
Side-loading (Android studio)
- Open the project with android studio -> run -> select your device
This will build the APK and install it onto your device.
Side-loading (APK file)
Follow the instructions for building an unsigned APK and then copy the .apk to your device. Alternatively download
an APK from the releases.
- Enable installation from untrusted sources
- open the file to install the APK
- Disable installation from untrusted sources
- not yet available on the play store.