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This package contains a PAM module that will automatically unlock the keyrings using your login password, making gnome-keyring usage transparent without losing its security benefits.
When installed, this module will automatically be used by GDM and gnome-screensaver to unlock your keyrings when logging in and when unlocking the screen saver.
gnome-keyring is a program that keep password and other secrets for users. It is run as a damon in the session, similar to ssh-agent, and other applications locate it via an environment variable or a dbus. The program can manage several keyrings, each with its own master password, and there is also a session keyring which is never stored to disk, but forgotten when the session ends. The library more»
pam_gnome_keyring for Debian ---------------------------- The default PAM configuration for GDM and gnome-screensaver already uses pam_gnome_keyring. If you want the default password to be correctly changed together with the login password, you need to add the following line to /etc/pam.d/common-password: password optional pam_gnome_keyring.so If you want to start gnome_ke more»
Changes in version 2.22.3 are: * Better initization of (non-crypto) random number generator. * Build fixes [margali, John Ralls] Changes in version 2.22.2 are: * Streamline the importing of keys and make the proper prompts show up consistently. Better fixes for this to come in 2.24.x * Don't show 'location' field in most password prompts. * Return serial number of certificates properly to requ more»
gnome-keyring (2.22.3-2) unstable; urgency=low * 02_dbus_crash.patch: patch from upstream to fix more»
=== gnome-keyring 2.22.3 === 2008-05-26 Stef Walter <email@example.com> * NEWS: Release versi more»
file format fix: hash whole attibname + value don't store hash to verify decrypt. Instead check at more»
Main authors: Alexander Larsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Stef Walter <email@example.com> Contributors: more»
This package was debianized by Ondřej Surý <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 23 Mar 2004 12:21:43 +0100. more»