pwcrypt is a command line interface to the crypt() function. It is handy for use in generating encrypted passwords via a command line interface. As of version 1.2.1, the project name was changed from cli-crypt (Command Line Crypt) to pwcrypt to avoid binary conflicts with mcrypt on some Linux platforms.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has entirely new command line parsing, a much improved salt randomizer (to the point of overkill), new command line options, improved look/feel, improved portability, and more. The package and binary have been renamed to pwcrypt to avoid binary conflicts with mcrypt on some platforms.
Release Notes: A bug was introduced in version 1.1 which caused a segfault if there were less than 2 arguments (such as when creating a non-md5 encrypted password). This has been fixed. Upgrading is highly recommended.
Release Notes: This version features support for MD5 passwords. Upgrading is recommended.
No changes have been submitted for this release.