KeePass Command Line Interface
KeePass Command Line Interface (CLI) / interactive shell. Use this program to access and manage your KeePass 1.x or 2.x databases from a Unix-like command line.
Java password management tool
User-friendly and proficient Java program to keep passwords in encrypted databases. High security standard and data safety measures. Storage of huge text documents and sets of images feasible. File format relies on "Password Safe" V3 files (Twofish-CBC). Compact cross-platform program with PORTABLE modus, ideal for USB sticks, Linux, Mac, etc. Requires Java JRE 1.6 or higher. The Password Safe database library is available at project PWSLIB3. For license/usage questions visit the Wiki pages!
Random Password Generator is designed to help you create secure Random passwords that are extremely difficult to crack or guess, with a combination of random lower and upper case letters, numbers and punctuation symbols.
A set of tiny applications, shell scripts and other tools useful in ev
Tiny Applications Collection (or tinyapps) is a set of small tools which make everyday use of a Unix-based system even more enjoyable. The idea is to allow users to share their own tools that they find useful in their everyday use, and look at what others are doing in case there's something that may be of use. Usually putting out one or two files involves too many steps for anyone to bother, but here, tinyapps is a perfect place for such applications!
Password manager for Windows that includes file encryption and steganography (allows files and data to be hidden in images).
Manages your websites and repeatably generates passwords for them
PswGen manages login information such as account, name and address of websites you are using. Furthermore it repeatably generates passwords depending on the login information, generation parameters (length etc.) and a master passphrase each time you want login to a website. Just in case a website doesn't allow to change your password, PswGen can store that password for you, too, encrypted of course. PswGen verwaltet Login-Informationen von Webseiten, wie Konto, Name und Adresse. Bei jeder Anmeldung wird das Passwort dazu in Abhängigkeit von den Login-Informationen, Generierungsparametern (Länge etc.) und einer Master-Passphrase neu generiert. Für den Fall, dass eine Webseite das Ändern des Passworts nicht zulässt, kann PswGen das Passwort auch speichern, natürlich verschlüsselt.