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Four password lockers that can help you keep your Web logins secure

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 68.192.12.60] on October 21, 2008 09:34 AM
I use the encfs fuse filesystem. Simply create a directory, mount it with encfs. Move your configuration files and directories into the encrypted directory, and symlink them back to their original location. All application maintained passwords are now secure, with no change in the application. One password at login makes all sensitive application configuration files accessible. Highly secure, and transparent in use.

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