Member since: Aug 26th, 2008
Aug 26th 2008 6:53PM I've been using my own password solutions. A 10k open-sourced php single file. It served me well for years.It has all the feature i need desperately:-- Never stores any password anywhere... (so no "encryption" needed at all, and this also means you never afraid of those behind-the-scene programmers...)-- Universally availability, at work, at home, Firefox, IE, etc...-- No (local) installations. Just a bookmarklet.-- AJAX interface, filling in login forms automatically.-- Born to be a Key-Logger trojan defender.However, there is nothing in this world really perfect. Here comes the shorts:-- You need to find your own PHP-host to put this 10K file on.-- I'm personally *weak* at marketing this tool, though I think it's the best ever one.If you are interested, you could have a look at here:http://gpad.lefora.com/Sorry if the site's too simple for now. My last words about it is: since it's only a 10K php file, I have absolutely *NOTHING* to hide. All codes are under your nose and I think this is the most important point for any passwords managers.
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