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

Posted by: simeon on October 21, 2008 04:52 PM
For people more concerned with speed than gui (and who always have a terminal or two open anyways) - use pwsafe. It's a command line client so `pwsafe -p foo` will put the password for account foo in my X clip buffer after I've supplied the master password. This isn't as fast as automatically retrieving passwords (say with the KDE Wallet) but the autopassword feature won't work for many of the things I do anyway (say a sudo password while SSH logged into a remote box.) Using a console client lets my interaction stay the same no matter what I need the password for...

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