TkPasMan is a simple program that lets you store usernames and passwords for access to forums, mailing lists, and other websites. It is inspired by gpasman, but has more `paste' possibilities. For example, you can just paste username and then password behind it.
|Tags||Communications Security Cryptography|
Release Notes: This version was updated to work around a bug in Tcl/Tk 8.4.x that causes a crash when a selection handler is registered without specifying a selection type. Other fixes were made to work well with Tcl/Tk 8.4.x.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: The build script was rewritten to work better on different shells. A minor locking issue was fixed. A config-file problem that could occur when users upgrade to TkPasMan2.2 from a version before 2.1 was fixed. When no bugs are found in the TkPasMan core and OpenSSL functionality this will become stable version 2.2. Testing of this release is requested.
Release Notes: Encryption of the password file was added (using OpenSSL). Control over pasting behavior is now more fine-grained. Some useful command-line options were added. You can now dump the password file's contents to standard output, also from outside X. A better README was written. This is an experimental release. Please report build problems and bugs.
Release Notes: This release warns the user when the X selection is requested too quickly after a site was selected (which is a sign that an application like webdownloader or KDE's klipper is monitoring the selection), options can now be pasted twice, which is useful when you have to re-enter password for confirmation, and minor improvements have been made to the skin behaviour.