passwdman is a program for remembering, generating and updating passwords. It's also prepared for the future when password protected stuff supports fake-passwords to catch crackers.
It stores the passwords and honey-pots in unencrypted XML files, they are expected to be kept safe. You don't need a password for your passwords.
It has infinite undo/redo.
It can tarballize the datafiles, including the infinite undo/redo. NOTE: It doesn't encrypt the tarball.
Works with Python 2.7 and Python 3.x, should work with Python 2.6.
Cannot copy-paste to piece of paper. Sometimes the "Quit"-button must be clicked 3 times. The --single-backup option in the CLI actually requires 2 undos. 'honeypot' was a poor choice of name, but it grew legs and glued its feet to the ground. The fake-passwords.
released on 27 February 2014
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