#1 Allow password to be stored remotely

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accepted
nobody
2.3 (14)
1
2014-10-01
2002-03-15
Anonymous
No

I want to be able to run the program from multiple
computers and have full access to a syncronized store
of passwords. I want to be able add new passwords,
modify passwords, and remove passwords without having
to touch each version of the program individually.

Discussion

  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2002-08-05

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    I would like this to be in the application as well. We will try
    to see it come to life by version 2.0. Thanks for the input.

     
  • Paul Galbraith

    Paul Galbraith - 2003-03-19

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    +1

    I'd really like to be able to locate the encrypted data store on
    an ftp server somewhere, and be able to access and update
    from anywhere.

     
  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2005-06-01
    • priority: 5 --> 7
     
  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2012-12-31

    You can store the file in a cloud drive and access anywhere. Access from an Andriod device is also under way.

     
  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2012-12-31
    • labels: --> 2.3
    • status: open --> accepted
    • milestone: -->
    • priority: 7 --> 1
     
  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2012-12-31

    This can currently be done using a cloud drive. We can document the steps to do this.
    We will need to create a .lock so that other computers can't modify the file while the file is currently being 'edited' (i.e. changes haven't been saved).

     
  • Mirko

    Mirko - 2012-12-31

    I've looked at some projects that work with, ad example, DropBox API.

    I think it can be qute simple integrate them inside.
    We can add:
    - Simple Http site
    - Ftp
    - DropBox
    - Google Drive
    - Sugar Sync

     
  • Charles McCann

    Charles McCann - 2012-12-31
    • milestone: --> 2.3
     
  • Mirko

    Mirko - 2014-10-01
    • Group: 2.3 --> Undecided
     

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