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  • pwgrep
    pwgrep is a simple password manager that manages a database file using encryption of GnuPG. It uses encryption and version control on all of the passwords that are stored. The password database can be used on several hosts at once with automatic synchronization. Even several users can share the same password database
  • Pwman3
    Pwman3 is a console based password management application. It uses SQLite to store information, and can encrypt it with AES, ARC2, ARC4, Blowfish (default), CAST, DES, DES3, IDEA, or RC5.
  • pwsafe
    a unix commandline program that manages encrypted password databases
  • PySumpas
    PySumpas is a simple, graphical password generating utility. Using the Python hashlib module, it generates a checksum from user input. The resulting checksum, in part or entirety, can be used as a secure password.
  • QPaMaT
    a password manager which stores passwords in an encrypted XML file or on an encrypted chipcard. It also checks the password quality and generates random passwords. You can print the passwords in clear-text as a backup strategy
  • QPass
    QPass is an easy to use, open source password manager application with a built-in password generator. You can store in it's database such data as passwords and logins which will be encrypted using AES-256 algorithm.
  • qpasswd
    a collection of various tools (checkpasswd, checkqpasswd, multicheckpw, and others)
  • QPwmc
    QPwmc, previously known as pwmdEdit, is a full featured libpwmd Qt 4.x GUI client to connect to pwmd.
  • Quintuple Agent
    Quintuple Agent keeps passphrases and passwords in memory for a configurable timespan.
  • raps2
    raps2 is a simple password safe. You give it a name, a password, and optional metadata, and it will encrypt and store them for you.
  • Relevation
    Relevation is a command-line interface to retrieve passwords stored with the Revelation Password Manager.
  • Revelation
    Revelation is a password manager for the GNOME 2 desktop, released under the GNU GPL license. It organizes accounts in a tree structure, and stores them as AES-encrypted XML files. It aims to be HIG-compliant and user-friendly. Read more
  • Scrambled Eggs
    Scrambled Eggs is a simple password keeping application.
  • ShadowJAAS
    a JAAS-compliant authentication provider that uses shadow passwords. It allows Java applications to authenticate using Linux usernames and passwords
  • SMSAuthenticator
    SMSAuthenticator is an authentication module for situations where "username and password"-login provide insufficient security. The additional security is achieved by sending keys (single-use passwords) by SMS to the user's mobile phone.
    (commercial) designed as an accessory for Linux that allows strong authentication for system services that support PAM. The application allows Linux to use strong one time passwords (OTP) instead of weak static password. One time password is then generated by VASCO authentication calculator called token which is protected by user defined PIN
  • Strip
    Secure Tool for Recalling Important Passwords
  • TkAPG
    TkAPG is a Tcl/Tk GUI frontend for APG (Automated Password Generator).
  • TkPasMan
    TkPasMan lets you store usernames and passwords you collect during access to forums, mailing lists, and other websites. It is inspired by gpasman, but it has more `paste' possibility.
  • Twonz
    a program for "password management"
  • Universal Password Manager
    UPM is a cross platform password manager. It runs on multiple operating systems, and future versions should be able to share the same password database.
  • VNCcrack
    VNCcrack is a simple, fast offline-mode VNC password cracker. It takes a set of challenge-response pairs of the type passed during a VNC authentication attempt, and attempts to recover the passwords using a dictionary file.
  • wmpasman
    stores your passwords, and makes them available for pasting (both via the middle-click PRIMARY selection and the CLIPBOARD selection) at the click of a button. It also contains a digital clock. Access is controlled by a passphrase

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