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A beautiful way to manage your secrets in Vault
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A beautiful way to manage your secrets in Vault


Configuration is accessed by clicking on the configuration cog on the login page.

Vault Endpoint

Users can enter in the full endpoint to Vault, including scheme. When running the docker image, it is possible to
set the following environment variables to pre-configure authentication settings:

  • VAULT_URL_DEFAULT will set the default vault endpoint.
  • VAULT_AUTH_DEFAULT will set the default authentication method type. See below for supported authentication methods.
  • VAULT_AUTH_BACKEND_PATH will set the default backend path. Useful when multiple backends of the same type are mounted on the vault file system.

This defaults can be overridden if the user fills out the endpoint and auth method manually.


Currently supported authentication methods:

Token authentication by header (SSO)

In some cases, users might want to use middleware to authenticate into Vault-UI for purposes like SSO. In this case, the VAULT_SUPPLIED_TOKEN_HEADER may be populated with the name of the header that contains a token to be used for authentication.


Secrets are now managed using the graphical josdejong/jsoneditor JSON editor. Schema validation is enforced on policies to aid the operator in writing correct syntax.

Secrets also are accessible directly by key from a browser by navigating to the URI /secrets/<mount>/<namespace>/key. For example, if you have a generic secret key of /hello/world/vault using the generic mount secret, one can navigate to this directly through

Root key bias

By default, secrets will display as their raw JSON value represented by the data field in the HTTP GET response metadata. However, users can apply a "Root Key" bias to the secrets through the settings page. The "Root Key" will be used when reading, creating and updating secrets such that the value displayed in the UI is the value stored at the "Root Key". For example, if the secret at secret/hello is { "value": "world" }, setting the "Root Key" to value will update the UI such that the secret will display as simply "world" instead of { "value": "world" }.
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Policies are managed also using the josdejong/jsoneditor JSON editor. Currently, GitHub and raw Tokens are the only supported authentication backends for associated policies.

Token Management

Users now have the ability to create and revoke tokens.

Response Wrapping

Vault-UI supports response-wrapping raw values. It currently does not support wrapping of existing secrets.


Vault-UI Docker images are automatically built using an automated build on Docker Hub. We encourage that versioned images are used for production.
To run Vault-UI using the latest Docker image:

docker run -d \
-p 8000:8000 \
--name vault-ui \

Skip TLS Verification

In the case that you need to skip TLS verification, say for self-signed certs, you can run Vault-UI with the environment variable NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED=0:

docker run -d \
-p 8000:8000 \
--name vault-ui \


With Docker

The command below will use Docker Compose
to spin up a Vault dev server and a Vault UI server that you can log
into with username "test" and password "test":


If major changes are made, be sure to run docker-compose build to rebuild dependencies.

Without Docker

The following will spin up a Vault UI server only. It will not set up
Vault for you:

npm install

# If you do not have webpack installed globally
npm install -g webpack

npm start
webpack -w


Vault-UI is licensed under BSD 2-Clause. See LICENSE for the full license text.

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