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Executables are available for Windows. For other operating systems, please download the cross-platform source code and compile it locally (unix.mak file included). We are glad to host executables for other operating systems here; contact us once you've compiled the source for your platform.  
Executables are available for Windows. For other operating systems, please download the cross-platform source code and compile it locally (unix.mak file included). We are glad to host executables for other operating systems here; contact us once you've compiled the source for your platform.  
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This edition of PasswordMaker is made with C++. It can read PasswordMaker Settings files (RDF files) generated by the [[Firefox]] Edition, including settings files with multiple accounts.</td></tr></table>
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This edition of PasswordMaker is made with C++. It can read PasswordMaker Settings files (RDF files) generated by the [[Firefox/Mozilla/SeaMonkey/Flock/Netscape/GettingStarted|Firefox]] Edition, including settings files with multiple accounts.</td></tr></table>
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Revision as of 01:34, 2 October 2007

Contents

Executables are available for Windows. For other operating systems, please download the cross-platform source code and compile it locally (unix.mak file included). We are glad to host executables for other operating systems here; contact us once you've compiled the source for your platform.

This edition of PasswordMaker is made with C++. It can read PasswordMaker Settings files (RDF files) generated by the Firefox Edition, including settings files with multiple accounts.

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Defaults

The Command Line Edition uses the following defaults:

Master Password
none
URL
none
Algorithm
SHA-256
Hmac
no
Trim
yes
Length
8
Characters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789`[email protected]#$%^&*()_-+={}|[]\:";'<>?,./
Use Leet
none
Leet Level
0
Username
none
Modifier
none
Prefix
none
Suffix
none

Command Line Options

Command line options are not posted here yet.

FAQ

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