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TkPasMan

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.

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  •  09 Jun 2003 12:38

    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.

    •  13 Nov 2001 16:37

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  11 Apr 2001 13:53

        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.

        •  05 Apr 2001 14:51

          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.

          •  11 Sep 2000 08:04

            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.

            Recent comments

            28 Apr 2002 00:09 Contrarian

            Nice little program
            I've been using this program for a while and find it very useful and problem-free; it's just what I was looking for. Only slight inconvenience is having to disable Klipper when I use it...

            If any other user is able to confirm that there are no loopholes in the encription that would be great...?

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