Figaro's Password Manager (FPM) is a GNOME application that allows you to securely store your passwords, which are encrypted with the blowfish algorithm. It allows you to copy passwords or usernames to the clipboard or primary selection. If a password is for a Web site, FPM can keep track of the URLs of your login screens and can automatically launch your browser. You can also teach FPM to launch other applications. FPM can sort your passwords into categories. Finally, it has a password generator that can help you choose good passwords.
Release Notes: Different fpm data files may now be used. Some changes were made to allow the code to compile on FreeBSD and Solaris systems.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and some enhancements were made. The main enhancement is the ability to import gpasman files.
Release Notes: This release has a fix for corrupted password files when you change the passcode, export to plaintext functionality, a change in the maximum password length from 24 to 255 characters, an import function, and fixes for some other small bugs.
Release Notes: A fix for a segfault on Linux-Mandrake boxes.
Release Notes: A new launcher feature which allows you to teach FPM how to launch different programs, a default category, prompts to save when you create a new password, and several minor bugfixes.