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If you use Parcellite as a clipboard manager and pass as password manager, if you use "pass -c" to temporarily copy a password in your clipboard, after 45 seconds it should get cleared from history.
After 45 seconds, the password gets pushed down in a lower spot in the history list and it's possible to read it and sometimes even select it to paste again.
I'm going to guess parcellite is the one at fault here.
(In reply to Michał Górny from comment #1)
> I'm going to guess parcellite is the one at fault here.
I Agree on that, I think there is no option for parcellite to delete the last history entry, nor I can see an easy way to clear the full history automatically.
The problem is the reliance on xclip. Any clipboard manager that retains a history of clipboard contents/X cut buffers makes `pass` vulnerable. I'm not even sure this is a valid security issue.