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PwManager

   1.2.4  

KDE Security

Score 78%
PwManager
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.1.x
Downloads:  5934
Submitted:  Jan 21 2004
Updated:  Nov 6 2005

Description:

With PwManager you can easily manage your passwords.
PwManager saves your passwords blowfish-encrypted in one file, so you have to remember only one master-password instead of all. Instead of the master-password you can use a chipcard, so you don't have to remember a password to access the list.
PwManager has a KWallet emulation layer, available on systems with KDE-3.2 and above.




Changelog:

ChangeLog:
# fix crashes caused by stack corruption on document saving.




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 save to smartcard

 
 by cornelinux on: Sep 6 2006
 
Score 50%

Hi,
what do you think of storing the password file on a smartcard? The complete file, not only the masterkey!

I got several passwords for me an my customers. But I never sit in front of a single computer. But I got my smartcard with me...

Which way should it be implemented. (I took a look at it. I think I could do it)

Should there be an additional Filemenu-Entry:
* Read from smartcard
* Save to smardcard
When using my passwords, I could save them to disk by mistake. :(
But it would be easy to load a password file an then store it on the smartcard.

Or should it be in the configuration menu, a checkbox: "Don't save to disk but save to smartcard".
Not sure about this.

The password data would be saved to the private pin-protected area of the smartcard. Should the data still be password protected?
What do you think?

Kind regards
Cornelius


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 Pwmanager shutdown bug?

 
 by johnpp on: Oct 8 2010
 
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There seems to be a bug in closing down pwmanager. If you use File > Quit, then pwmanager closes down successfully.
If you use Alt-F4 or the red X button, the GUI closes but the pwmanager process remains running, thus preventing you from running pwmanager again until the process is killed manually.


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 Pwmanager shutdown bug?

 
 by johnpp on: Oct 8 2010
 
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There seems to be a bug in closing down pwmanager. If you use File > Quit, then pwmanager closes down successfully.
If you use Alt-F4 or the red X button, the GUI closes but the pwmanager process remains running, thus preventing you from running pwmanager again until the process is killed manually.


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