[internetworkers] Palm password keeper?
ianmeyer at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 23:52:29 EDT 2004
i used gnukeyring (actually its got a different name for the product,
since things named gnu-something are supposed to be able to run on an
open platform) a little but, really slick, i only used it on my visor,
no need for a desktop viewer/editor really in my view...
On Tue, 3 Aug 2004 10:22:41 -0400, Chris Grindstaff <chris at gstaff.org> wrote:
> Tuesday, August 3, 2004, 10:05:34 AM, you wrote:
> MC> Does anyone on the list use their Palm Pilot to store usernames and
> MC> passwords? I've been doing that for years, and have accumulated a lot
> MC> of sensitive financial information that I can't risk losing the device.
> MC> Can anyone recommend a Palm application that will securely store this
> MC> stuff, yet let me get at is easily? There's a bunch of those type of
> MC> programs out there, and was hoping someone could make a recommendation.
> MC> Thanks,
> Hello Michael,
> I've used http://gnukeyring.sourceforge.net/ in the past.
> Open source. Last I checked the desktop viewer is read-only. Seems to
> be somewhat active.
> http://www.splashdata.com/splashid/index.htm is often recommended.
> $29.95. Desktop viewer supports edit. Larger size, color icons, better
> T3 support. Seems to be active.
> http://www.deepnettech.com/memosafe.html I purchased long long ago and
> still use. $7 Desktop viewer is read-only. Small size, old school.
> Hasn't been updated in many years.
> Both of the commercial options have try before buy options.
> Chris Grindstaff | http://gstaff.org
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