[kwlug-disc] Password manager

Andrew Mercer andrew at andrewmercer.net
Mon Oct 28 18:39:01 EDT 2013


Oh yeah, you can definitely have more than 70 characters, I haven't had 
an issue with character length. Possibly something to do with your 
personal setup? I know it has a resolution requirement of 80x24 and the 
refresh isn't very good inside of a screen session, but other than that 
suits me just fine. I can't see me wanting to switch password managers 
in the near future so I've never looked into exporting of the db.

On 2013-10-28 17:15, Paul Nijjar wrote:
> It looks like you can have longer passwords than will display, but to
> see them you have to make your terminal wider. That is possible but
> not very nice.
>
> Database export is supposedly coming in a future version.
>
> - Paul
>
> On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 04:04:10PM -0400, Andrew Mercer wrote:
>> Copying and pasting is the only way that I've used it and after
>> doing a quick investigation it looks to me like it might be the only
>> way.
>>
>> On 2013-10-28 13:23, Paul Nijjar wrote:
>> >That looks promising. Is copy and pasting from the password field 
>> the
>> >only way to get passwords out? That password field looks like it
>> >displays only 70 characters on my terminal, and I do not want to 
>> have
>> >that limit (especially since it appears that you cannot export the
>> >database to something else).
>> >
>> >- Paul
>> >
>> >
>> >On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 12:21:56PM -0400, Andrew Mercer wrote:
>> >>I use yapet as a password database because it runs in the console 
>> -
>> >>that was an important feature for me.
>> >>
>> >>http://www.guengel.ch/myapps/yapet/
>> >>
>> >>It's in the Ubuntu & Mint repos, but I'm not sure about Debian's.
>> >>
>>

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