clipman secure transfer
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Sat May 25 22:09:41 CEST 2013
Thanks for getting back at me.
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Mike Massonnet <mmassonnet at xfce.org> wrote:
> I think what might be a good solution is a blacklist system
> I opened two bugs:
> In this way the passwords for example would not appear in the history.
I looked through the bugs but I'm not sure how this is intended to look like.
"use the gnome-keyring-daemon and select in a secure way the passwords"
How will Clipman know that a password will be selected? Will it have a
'blacklist passwords' option similar to disable? Or by "feature to
blacklist items" you mean to have a list of passwords stored in
gnome-keyring and inform Clipman about those passwords? If it is the
latter, then I think it would complicate things; for instance, this
wouldn't work with PasswordMaker since you're not supposed to store
your passwords anywhere. And my original idea was for this feature to
work with any sensitive string, such as your internet banking ID, not
Could you give us some more details on what you'd like to implement? Thanks,
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