Free, cross platform, portable password manager.
A free, lightweight, portable password manager for Windows & GNU/Linux that encrypts your data with 128 bit AES encryption. LazLock also includes a password generator which allows you to create more secure passwords. A plain text version of your data is never written to disk as all decryption is done in memory. LazLock is truly portable, no installation is required so it can be run from a USB drive. Unlike similar programs, there are no dependencies on the .NET Framework (Windows) or Mono (Linux) ------------------------------------- Easily Copy and Paste your login details into any website without having to manually type them out. Your passwords aren't shown on screen so you can use LazLock in front of others without compromising your security. Generate more secure passwords for the websites that you visit, you only need to remember one password to unlock them all. Simply create backups by exporting your data as a plain text file.
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Password Generator for Windows
A random password generator for Windows desktop which also has the ability to generate data from user input.
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