Description: Is a powerful quick and dirty bourne shell script to mangae your passwords that are kept inside a PGP encrypted file. you have the ability add/edit/search a password.
Supported Systems: Unix, Linux, and cygwin.
Requirements: bourne shell and gpg
Feel free to share and distribute anyone that can find this useful.
1) Create a basic text file named "pwd" in you HOME directory filled with passwords. The format I like to use is: system/service ID: xxxx Pwd: xxxxx 2) Generate a pgp key with the real name "passwd": gpg --gen-key 3) Set a password that you will always use to encode/decode your "pwd" file. 4) That's it! Run this program and your passwords will always be protected.
NOTE: Anywhere you are asked, put in your gpg password. 5) To Safely backup, make sure to include: pwd, pget, and the .gpg directory.
Syntax: pget -ea - Edit personal password file pget [pattern] - Search All passwords
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|The latest version:
|V1.0||10/2002||First realease. |