store encrypted pass on Mac/Palm

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by redeye be, Jan 11, 2006.

  1. redeye be macrumors 65816

    redeye be

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    Hi all,

    so much users online lately, has anything happened :confused: ;) .

    I've tried, but i just can't remember all my serials and pass's for all the services, websites and other stuff i use.

    I've been using eWallet for a while now (started using it when a windows PC was my main workhorse).
    It's a fairly nice app that lets me store all this important data in an encrypted format on my palm. I used to sync it with the computer, used to. There's no Mac version of this app and the palm hasn't connected to the PC since i reconverted.

    Today, my palm crashed again, due to some stupid little i don't know what, the first sync i try after a reset/crash never works (crashes Hotsync). So i have to go manually delete some files in the backup folder.
    Anyhow, it's not a good idea to keep these things on my palm only.

    So:
    I need to store pass/serial/credit card/... into an encrypted app, which syncs to my palm. Do you guys know (and preferably use) such an app?
    Recommendations on very very very good apps without palm syncing are also welcome, just in case.
    Cheers.
     
  2. Counterfit macrumors G3

    Counterfit

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    Do you need to access them on your Palm? Because if you don't, you could probably copy your Keychain there, which I believe is encrypted (wouldn't be good if it wasn't ;))
     
  3. redeye be thread starter macrumors 65816

    redeye be

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    The idea is to be able to view and edit with the palm as well...
    Furthermore, Credit Card info, serials, passwords not used on my mac at home and other stuff don't get stored in keychain.
    Nice thinking, though not nice enough ;).
    I might as well just copy my keychain over now, just in case :D.

    Cheers
     
  4. redeye be thread starter macrumors 65816

    redeye be

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    Searched some more and found at least something, an app from selznick called PasswordWallet.

    Not as sleek as eWallet, but it would do, unless you guys come with a better alternative off course ;).
     

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