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Old 01-05-2008, 10:36 AM   #1
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Roboform Password manager for Linux

In Windows there is a exceptional password manager called ROBOFORM. It allows URL,s and Passwords to be securely recorded and to be recalled with one click for site logins. So far, I have not found a similar program for Linux. Is there someone out there who has seen a program like this for Linux?


Old 01-05-2008, 04:28 PM   #2
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Maybe kwallet does the trick:
Computer users have a very large amount of data to manage, some of which is sensitive. In particular, you will typically have many passwords to manage. Remembering them is difficult, writing them down on paper or in a text file is insecure, and using tools such at PGP is tedious and inconvenient.
KWallet saves this sensitive data for you in a strongly encrypted file, accessible by all applications, and protected with a master password that you define.


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