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Nauplius.PasswordManagement is an ASP.NET application, WCF Windows Service, and MS SQL database back end that allows users of multiple Active Directory domains to manage their own user account password.
Password Manager by PMW is a project created thanks to .Net framework which allow you to easily and securely store your personal information such as user names and passwords, and your programs serial codes!
KeePassME is a port of KeePass Password Safe for J2ME and Android, a free, open source, light-weight and easy-to-use password manager. You can store passwords in a highly-encrypted database on a mobile phone, and view them on the go.
A password manager for storing sensitive information. The application uses an algorithm to encrypt/decrypt the data. To use the application, you have to create two passwords. To login to the tool and The second password is never saved. The first password and second password are used to create the key for encrypting and decrypting the data. You need to install JRE version 1.6 and above to use this application. You can download JRE here
A password manager for Android (requires version 2.0 or later). Thinpass provides a minimal password manager implementation that should be extended to suit your needs. If you are beginning to develop for Android, the source covers several Android fundamentals: Services Activity and service life-cycle Broadcast handling Threading using AsyncTask List views, tab activities and dialogs Using sqlite databases and shared preferences for data storage Getting values from bundled xml files
open source projects from the creators of Clipperz online password manager MOVED TO GITHUB!We moved the code repository of Clipperzâ€™s open source projects from Google Code to GitHub, because Google doesnâ€™t like AGPL and is kindly requesting all developers that opted for this license to leave. Chris DiBona, the Open Source Programs Manager at Google on Google Groups: "It is also not okay to host an AGPL covered program on code.google.com [...]So sadly, the answer is to remove your project and