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Let Password Gorilla store all of your passwords

Nov 18, 2009, 14:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

"And what Linux distribution is without a tool (or twelve) to enable such a feature? One of those many tools is Password Gorilla. Password Gorilla manages your logins as well as all of your passwords for web sites, encrypted files, etc. But PG does more than just store those passwords. Password Gorilla makes logging in to various websites easy by copying and pasting your username/password to the clipboard. Those passwords are never revealed on the screen so you're even safe from prying eyes. But how does it work? Let's find out.

"Installation

"Installing Password Gorilla is quite simple as you will most likely find it in your distributions' default repositories. In Ubuntu just fire up the Software Center enter the string "gorilla" (no quotes) in the search field, and install the resulting entry. That's it."

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