Revelation is a full-featured and secure password manager for the GNOME 2 desktop. It aims to be user-friendly and HIG-compliant, and it is tightly integrated with GNOME. It has several account types which can be grouped in folders, searched, and opened in external applications. It can both test and generate passwords. Accounts are stored in an encrypted file which can be accessed remotely via SSH, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV, and more. It can import and export data files for Password Safe, GPass, Figaro's Password Manager, and others.
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Release Notes: This release adds a new file encryption format using PBKDF2 and warns users using the old format about its insecurity. It also updates translations.
Release Notes: This release adds VNC and RDP entry types and email for Web sites. It adds notes for all entry types. It can generate passwords with punctuation chars. A new SVG icon. Uses system cracklib instead of its own copy. Fixes multiple locks after being blocked by the screensaver. Fixes a crash in LUKS code. Fixes exporting to Password Safe and importing from files with no pad characters from gpass. It adds Basque, Spanish, Estonian, and Portuguese (Brazil) translations, and updates the German translation.
Release Notes: A port was made from GnomeVFS to GUI and from GNOME UI to GTK+. Entries are now sorted alphabetically. Support for locking when the screensaver is activated was added. Crashes in the XHTML exporter, when saving a file after certain imports, when searching on some systems, when entering an insecure password on some systems, and in the applet were fixed. The deprecated tooltip system was removed. Missing icons were fixed. The URL label maximum size was fixed to 60 chars. Finnish, Russian, Swedish, Lithuanian, and Catalan translations were added.
Release Notes: This release fixes the applet configuration checking and has an updated Czech translation.
Release Notes: This release fixes the panel applet, which was broken due to attempting to import a missing module on startup.