The latest features are described, version by version, at the downloads page.
- Cross platform operation. fpwdman works on both Unix/Linux and Windows. It should work on
- Encrypted password files can be easily transferred across operating
- With fpwdman you can have multiple password files. For example, a whole
set of System Administrators can share a site-wide file of passwords for
common tasks, while each also maintains a file of personal passwords.
- Export of password files to plain text
- Import of password files from plain text
- Optional use of user-generated random entropy
- fpwdman was initially implemented on Linux only (under the name
xpwdman, using the author's C++ encapsulation of X Athena Widgets for the
GUI). For cross-platform portability,fpwdman currently is based in part
on the work of the fltk project.
- fpwdman comes with two encryption/decryption tools,
ensbc and desbc
- Comments, suggestions for new features, etc? Send email to
bwise837 at the domain
sourceforge, with a trailing
- Confidential communication, or verification of downloaded versions, can
be done with PGP or GnuPG using this key.