Password Pusher is an opensource application to communicate passwords over the web, similar to Yopass and Private Bin. Links to passwords expire after a certain number of views and/or time has passed. In this step by step guide I will show you how to install Password Pusher on your Synology NAS using Docker and Portainer.
Password Pusher v1.20.2 release.This guide works perfectly with the latest
Install Portainer using my step by step guide. If you already have Portainer installed on your Synology NAS, skip this STEP. Attention: Make sure you have installed the latest Portainer version.
Make sure you have a synology.me Wildcard Certificate. Follow my guide to get a Wildcard Certificate. If you already have a synology.me Wildcard certificate, skip this STEP.
Go to Control Panel / Login Portal / Advanced Tab / click Reverse Proxy. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Now click the “Create” button. Follow the instructions in the image below.
After you click the Create button, the window below will open. Follow the instructions in the image below.
On the General area, set the Reverse Proxy Name description: type in Password Pusher. After that, add the following instructions:
On the Reverse Proxy Rules click the Custom Header tab. Click Create and then, from the drop-down menu, click WebSocket. After you click on WebSocket, two Header Names and two Values will be automatically added. Click Save. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Go to Control Panel / Network / Connectivity tab/ Check Enable HTTP/2 then click Apply. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Go to Control Panel / Security / Advanced tab/ Check Enable HTTP Compression then click Apply. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Go to File Station and open the docker folder. Inside the docker folder, create one new folder and name it passwordpusherdb. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Note: Be careful to enter only lowercase, not uppercase letters.
Log into Portainer using your username and password. On the left sidebar in Portainer, click on Stacks then + Add stack. Follow the instructions in the image below.
In the Name field type in passwordpusher. Follow the instructions in the image below.
version: '2.1' services: db: image: mariadb container_name: Password-Pusher-DB restart: always ports: - 3306:3306 environment: MARIADB_USER: passwordpusher_user MARIADB_PASSWORD: passwordpusher_passwd MARIADB_DATABASE: passwordpusher_db MARIADB_RANDOM_ROOT_PASSWORD: yes volumes: - /volume1/docker/passwordpusherdb:/var/lib/mysql pwpush: image: docker.io/pglombardo/pwpush-mysql:release container_name: Password-Pusher restart: always ports: - 5100:5100 depends_on: - db links: - db:mysql
Scroll down on the page until you see a button named Deploy the stack. Click on it. Follow the instructions in the image below. The installation process can take up to a few minutes. It will depend on your Internet speed connection.
If everything goes right, you will see the following message at the top right of your screen: “Success Stack successfully deployed“.
Go back to STEP 1 or you will deal with karma 🙂.
Now open your browser and type in your HTTPS/SSL certificate like this https://passwordpusher.yourname.synology.me In my case it’s https://passwordpusher.mariushosting.synology.me If everything goes right, you will see the Password Pusher page. Add message / password then click Push it!. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Share the secret link with someone or click View This Password Now. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Note: Find out how to update the Password Pusher container with the latest image.
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This post was updated on Saturday / November 26th, 2022 at 4:47 PM