PwManager is a secure password manager.
With PwManager you can easily manage your passwords. PwManager saves your passwords blowfish-encrypted in one file, so you have to remember only one master-password instead of all. Instead of the master-password you can use a chipcard, so you don't have to remember a password at all.
Incomplete feature list:
- Manage passwords the convenient way with the support of password categories, five information columns and an additional comment field.
- Locking mechanism to prevent strangers from looking at your passwords while you are away and not using PwManager.
- Deep-Locking mechanism to encrypt all security critical data, write it to disk and delete it in memory. This enables you to enjoy maximum security with almost no loss of useability.
- The integrated KWallet emulation enables all applications on your KDE Desktop to access the PwManager database in an easy, flexible and secure way.
- A fairly good seaching and sorting mechanism to find entries very fast.
- Chipcard (smartcard) interface. With the chipcard you can replace the "master-password" to easily access all your passwords with a "key-card".
- Printing support to easily print out a complete list of all your passwords.
- System-Tray (kicker) icon to enable the user to access PwManager very fast.
- GPasman and KPasman interface to import and export your data to and from these file formats.
Current development is done in SVN kde/trunk/extragear/security
See the PwManager homepage for a complete ChangeLog.
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