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Old 11-19-2004, 12:53 AM   #1
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PGP Password program for multiple platforms?

Looking for a good password manager program that has a client for the Palm 5.0 OS, Linux and Windows. If it was PGP based that would be great.

Free is nice, but if it is really good, I am willing to buy one. I have see the homepages of Zetetic Strip, GNU Keyring and DataVis password plus.

The two free ones (strip and keyring) only seem to work on Palm only (not on windows & linux). The DataVis one is tempting, but doesn't look like it would have an API or anything I can port to Linux (unless it would work on Wine...)

If I can HotSync to windows (or my linux box) and have a client on those too, that would be the best.

Tempting to write my own for palm/linux/windows and support firefox/IE integration, but doubt I will ever get the time :-)

Has anyone seen one like this and/or can recommend one?


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