Figaro's Password Manager 2 0.79
A GTK2 port from Figaro's Password Manager originally developed by John Conneely.
When you first start FPM2, it will prompt you for a password. This password is used to generate the key FPM2 uses to encrypt your passwords. It is very important that you choose a good password for FPM2. A good password is one that you can easily remember, but others can not easily guess. It should be at least eight characters long and it should not be a dictionary word. It is vital that you remember this password. Should you forget it your passwords will be unrecoverable, and there won't be anything I can do to help you.
- Passwords are encrypted with the blowfish algorithm.
- Copy passwords or usernames to the clipboard/primary selection.
- If the password is for a web site, FPM2 can keep track of the URLs of your login screens and can automatically launch your browser. In this capacity, FPM2 acts as a kind of bookmark manager.
- You can teach FPM2 to launch other applications, and optionally pass hostnames, usernames or passwords to the command line.
- FPM also has a password generator that can choose passwords for you. It allows you to determine how long the password should be, and what types of characters (lower case, upper case, numbers and symbols) should be used. You can even have it avoid ambiguous characters such as a capital O or the number zero.
Figaro's Password Manager 2
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What's New in This Release:
- Updated build system and fixes various bug, mainly incorrectly call libxml cleanup.