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Re: Password Management ?

On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 12:41 PM, Stephen Allen <marathon.durandal@gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 04:21:52PM -0700, Bob Proulx wrote:
> Olivier BATARD wrote:
> > I'm just interested on how, after googling for a long time, on a
> > debian, can we manage users's passwords. I mean how can we manage a
> > password database on a web php site for example ?
> >
> > How do you manage your user's passwords database ?
> You have asked a very confusing question.  It will ask different
> questions to different people.


> You asked specifically about a php web site.  Every php web site that
> has user logins that I have ever worked with has always had its own
> unique password database with its own unique fields.  This means that
> each php web site needs to manage its own passwords through the
> provided php web interface.  Or you could access the database directly
> such as through the command line or through phpmyadmin.

Perhaps the OP means something like Keepass or LastPass which manages user passwords in
a web browser environment?

KeePass isn't browser based, it's an encrypted database manager for 
account information. While I don't use this feature of KeePass, it can also
fill in browser fields for you.

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