fpwdman manages a file of passwords that is accessed by one master passphrase. It can import and export password files and makes it possible for encrypted password files to easily be transferred across operating systems. It supports multiple password files, which could be used when a number set of system administrators share a site-wide file of passwords for common tasks, while each maintaining a file of personal passwords. It also exports and imports password files to and from plain text and optionally uses user-generated random entropy. The source includes two command lines tools to encrypt and decrypt: ensbc and desbc.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools Information Management Records Management Security Cryptography|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows Cygwin Unix|
Release Notes: This release allows you to double-click to quickly view sites. The About and Usage dialogs have been cleaned up. The documentation has been clarified and updated to reflect the above changes.
Release Notes: The Unix command line utilities 'ensbc' and 'desbc' have been added. They encipher and decipher files at the command line for general use, or for those who wish to attack example2. The documentation and Web site are updated to document the new tools. The main fpwdman code is unchanged.