QPass is easy to use, open source password manager application with built-in password generator. You can store in it's database such data as passwords and logins which will be encrypted using AES-256 with PBKDF2(number of iterations set by user). Each entry can include additional information about entry such as name, url adress and description.
Distributed Identity Manager featuring Enterprise Single Sign On
Soffid is a highly distributed Identity Manager, featuring a single identity of users across enterprise. It supports lots of authentication systems and applications: Active Directory, LDAP, SQL based and file based authentication. It supports high workloads. It has been tested in production environment with 50.000+ users and 300+ applications. It supports web, java and native applications to perform enterprise single sign on on Windows and Linux platforms. It also support busines rules improving JBPM as a Workflow engine.
Fleeting Password Manager generates and manages passwords.
Fleeting Password Manager is a simple program that generates highly secure pseudo-random passwords from the given master password, URL/ID (e.g. facebook, www.facebook.com, google, my_server..) and user name. The user needs to remember only her master password to recover other passwords. Passwords are always regenerated on-the-fly from the given login data when needed and are never saved. In other words, Fleeting Password Manager combines the password creation and management. The length of the generated password is configurable between 8 and 32 characters and Fleeting Password Manager can remember wanted URL/User-pairs. The newest source code and relases here: https://github.com/juzzlin/FleetingPasswordManager/releases
Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme
Passphraser is the software intended for busy, and lousy people like me who are very resistant to think of useful passphrases. It takes input as the passphrase rule and generate a readbale password.
stateless Master Password Manager
qMasterPassword is a password manager based on Qt. Access all your passwords using only a single master password. But in contrast to other managers it does not store any passwords: Unique passwords are generated from the master password and a site name. This means you automatically get different passwords for each account and there is no password file that can be lost or get stolen. There is also no need to trust any online password service. There is other compatible software for various platforms, like Android or iOS: http://masterpasswordapp.com This page also describes the used algorithm in more detail. See also http://masterpasswordapp.com/what.html to get more familiar with the concept and reasons why to use it. qMasterPassword is developed on Linux and also tested on Windows. For Windows there are prebuilt binaries.
password safe / manager for linux and windows (and mac ?) via qt
Password safe for Windows and Linux. If you want to manage your passwords (or other information) in one file and access that file with Windows and with Linux, this could be your choice. You create trees where each knot and leaf contains as many key/value pairs as you like. Then the whole thing is written encrypted to one file. Windows binaries and Debian32/64 binaries are downloadable. If you want to build it yourself - I suggest Linux users do that - get Qt4, call qmake and make in the directory where the .pro file is and you should be done. When building with Windows I suggest MinGw. The encryption is taken from a c-sample from Bruce Schneiers site. If someone could check it, that would be nice. OS/2: http://www.os2world.com/past-news/80-software/20576-yagodu-v2-3