Yann Esposito (Yogsototh)
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This is the YPassword command line utility.
YPassword is password management method. It helps you to use only very strong password everywhere. Each different for each website. Accent is made on portability.
To learn more about this method just visit: ypassword.espozito.com
It needs you to create a ~/.password file, it should contains something similar to:
forrst.com yogsototh 10 b64 sha512 freenode.net yogsototh 10 b64 sha512 foursquare.com firstname.lastname@example.org 10 b64 sha512 1 twitter.com yogsototh 20 hex sha512
- URL of website
- Size of the password
- Output format b64 (recommended) or hex
b64 is something like:
NzMzN2Q2ZWFhMDUxYWVlNTcxMTgwYzViMhex is something like:
- Hash algorithm sha1 (not recommended), sha256, sha512 (recommended)
- An optional number, if you want to change your password for a specific website, just change this number.
The application wait for you to type your main password each time you use it.
> ./ypassword twit twitter.com (yogsototh): 0018b7bd1cd0197e1ae14dfbc568b27b3a45
In the end you'll only have to copy/paste this password.