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Keyring Master

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KDE Security

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Downloads:  35
Submitted:  Nov 14 2011
Updated:  Nov 14 2011

Description:

Keyring Master encrypt your message or serial numbers with AES algorithm , designed only for small pieces of texts , not for larger uses , as it stores everything in text mode , not binary mode.

Functions:
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1. Re-encrypt everything
2. Drop cached password in 5 minutes\' inactivity
3. Add/Replace/Remove/Filter entries
4. Interactive with system clipboard
5. Generate random key and place it in the text box (useful for making random passwords for websites)

How to start ?
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Type in the title in the top bar , and your message in the textbox below , press CTRL+S or \"Add Current\" in \"Entry Management\" menu.

When you type in the top line-edit , relevant result will appear in the list view , click on them to decrypt

You can use Quick Import Dialog to import your assets efficiently , e.g:

Windows7:XXXX_XXXX_XXXX
XP:XXXX_XXXX_XXX_XXXX

And click on OK will load the two entries into database automatically




Changelog:

0.10 Initial Release




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 Theme

 
 by msledziona on: Nov 14 2011
 
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Hi, I would like to know what theme and window deco style are you using? Could you tell what they are? Thanks in advance :)


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 Re: Theme

 
 by aaronlewis1989 on: Nov 14 2011
 
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It's called Iceg , XFWM theme .. sorry if i disappointed you !


Juste un autre utilisateur *NIX
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 Re: Re: Theme

 
 by msledziona on: Nov 14 2011
 
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Thanks for your answer. I thought it is some KDE theme, but unfortunately I was wrong. I was going to give XFCE a chance and maybe it's a good moment for that ;)


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