The Password Management System is a simple password manager for the console which uses blowfish for encryption and CDK for the interface. It was written for sysadmins who must handle user logins for many computers.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The pms_export and pms_import programs were added for exporting and importing the database from/to text data. A configure script has been added to create makefiles appropriate for specific systems and to check for required libraries. The CDK library include files and binaries are now taken from the system paths (i.e. /usr/include/cdk/ and /usr/lib/) for compiling. The CDK library is supplied as a tarball in the contrib directory.
Release Notes: Previously, pms_passwd did not correctly compare a new password to the retype of it, and the "pms user@host" call did not work correctly. Both of these problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: pms_passwd previously did not convert the old databases. This has now been fixed.
Release Notes: Changing the decryption-key to an MD5-Hash from the password, and converting the database with pms_passwd.
Release Notes: New comments for hosts, a pms_passwd for changing the database password and converting the database to the new format with comments for hosts, and fixes for a core dump when pressing ESC in host selection, bugs with pressing ESC in user selection, and core dumps when more the 50 users are in the DB.