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2devnull
Hi,
Anyone know of any good and free password keeper that works well on the Cxx0? Thanks.
zbones
Pazword seems to work ok :-

http://killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=1160

Also I think there is a commercial app that has been written for the cxx0 range. I have not tried it myself but the author hangs around in this board sometimes. Hopefully he will appear and give it a plug, and provide a link.

Peter.
clivel
QUOTE
Pazword seems to work ok :-

http://killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=1160

Also I think there is a commercial app that has been written for the cxx0 range.  I have not tried it myself but the author hangs around in this board sometimes.  Hopefully he will appear and give it a plug, and provide a link.

Peter.

Thanks,
Here is the plug for SafeDee: www.bundu.com/zaurus.html
you can also search for SafeDee at www.handango.com
It has been optimised to work on the SL5x00 as well as in high res mode on the cxx0 range.
It isn't free, but you can download a trial version. This is fully functional except for import and export.
If it must be free, I have heard good reports about ZSafe, search for this on http://killefiz.de/zaurus/.
Personally I prefer SafeDee, but then I am biased 8) .
Regards,
Clive
Stubear
I use ZSafe myself - very configurable but you have to do it yourself (SafeDee comes preconfigured for just about everything). I'd probably make the swich but I've already done all the work of getting ZSafe configured.

Stu
xarope
I've tried both zsafe and safedee, and ended up deciding on keyring.

Of course, YMMV!
ulf1
I use zsafe and so far I am very satisfied with it.
The major reasons why I am using it (may be the other tools can do the same, but I do not know):
1) Password file can be selected...
2) Desktop versions available for Linux and windows !!!

Ulf
eklem
Anyone know the security-level that Z-safe supports. The homepage (http://z-soft.z-portal.info/zsafe/) only states:
"file will be encrypted by using a secure RC2 mechanism"

How safe is that if I have a good password. I'm wondering since I'm also using a CF wlan card from time to time on my c860
stupkid
Zsafe uses Matthew Palmer's RC2 library for encryption which is written in compilance with RFC2268:

http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2268.html

I suppose you would have to ask the author or look at the source to know more.

Hope this helps.
mandjab
the best password manager is PWM/PI with the KDEPIM Package
Here : http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/kdepimp...pk.zip?download biggrin.gif
clivel
QUOTE(mandjab @ Dec 1 2004, 02:26 PM)
the best password manager is PWM/PI with the KDEPIM Package
Here : http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/kdepimp...pk.zip?download biggrin.gif

You say it is the best, but without stating why. I would be curious to know why, and to what of the other Zaurus password managers you have compared it?
Thanks,
Clive
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