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GNOME Password Manager

GPass is a simple GNOME application that lets you manage a collection of passwords. The password collection is stored in an encrypted file, protected by a master-password.

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  •  25 Mar 2006 08:15

    Release Notes: The program can no longer be started multiple times. A method to exit the application after it has locked was added. A crash bug that occurred when the top entry moves to the place immediately before, to the same place, or the place immediately after by drag and drop was fixed.

    •  03 Aug 2005 07:52

      Release Notes: The file format was changed. If you have previously used GPass, you should use the upgrade wizard that is displayed at first. Mhash and Mcrypt are now used to encrypt the password collection. The interface was changed to be like Revelation. Entries may be moved with drag and drop. Undo and redo, folders, showing or hiding the secret infomation, and screen locking are now supported. Entries can be copied, cut, and pasted with keyboard shortcuts. Some key bindings were changed. The launcher for each entry is supported.

      •  21 Jun 2004 01:37

        Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release. Sometimes EOF was not properly detected while reading the password file. This would result in an 'Line too long' error message (and some weird behaviour). Also, the current password file is now backed up before each write.

        •  14 Jun 2004 21:25

          Release Notes: A bug in the build scripts has been fixed.

          •  07 May 2004 14:48

            Release Notes: This release adds a "Copy Both" menu item to the "Entry" menu that "queues" the username and password on the clipboard. Also, this release fixes some bugs in the configure script.

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