ports/123902: New port: www/xpi-passwordmaker Manages all your online accounts using new or existing passwords
anatoly.borodin at gmail.com
Thu May 22 15:50:01 UTC 2008
>Synopsis: New port: www/xpi-passwordmaker Manages all your online accounts using new or existing passwords
>Arrival-Date: Thu May 22 15:50:00 UTC 2008
>Originator: Anatoly Borodin
One Password To Rule Them All!
If you're like most people, you have a few passwords that you use over
and over again on many different websites. You know this isn't secure,
but you do it anyway. Why? Because it's difficult to remember a unique
password for each and every web site that requires one.
PasswordMaker manages all your online accounts using either new,
uncrackable passwords it creates, or your existing passwords. It even
automatically populates webforms for one-click login.
Moreover, passwords aren't stored anywhere--they are calculated over and over
again as they're needed--so there's nothing to be lost, hacked, or stolen!
Author: Eric H. Jung
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echo c - www/xpi-passwordmaker
mkdir -p www/xpi-passwordmaker > /dev/null 2>&1
echo x - www/xpi-passwordmaker/Makefile
sed 's/^X//' >www/xpi-passwordmaker/Makefile << 'END-of-www/xpi-passwordmaker/Makefile'
X# New ports collection makefile for: xpi-passwordmaker
X# Date created: 2008-05-21
X# Whom: Anatoly Borodin <anatoly.borodin at gmail.com>
XMAINTAINER= anatoly.borodin at gmail.com
XCOMMENT= Manages all your online accounts using new or existing passwords
XXPI_FILES= LICENSE chrome/passwdmaker.jar chrome.manifest \
X components/component.js defaults/preferences/passwdmaker.js \
X install.js install.rdf
XXPI_DIRS= chrome components defaults/preferences defaults
echo x - www/xpi-passwordmaker/distinfo
sed 's/^X//' >www/xpi-passwordmaker/distinfo << 'END-of-www/xpi-passwordmaker/distinfo'
XMD5 (xpi/passwordmaker-1.7.2-fx+mz+sm.xpi) = 0e78759a753d77fd361e0c5e6830bdb2
XSHA256 (xpi/passwordmaker-1.7.2-fx+mz+sm.xpi) = 87bec722d41be150d092e58d93ceab6e4517dbda2803544dcedf1e369a79c75c
XSIZE (xpi/passwordmaker-1.7.2-fx+mz+sm.xpi) = 254903
echo x - www/xpi-passwordmaker/pkg-descr
sed 's/^X//' >www/xpi-passwordmaker/pkg-descr << 'END-of-www/xpi-passwordmaker/pkg-descr'
XOne Password To Rule Them All!
XIf you're like most people, you have a few passwords that you use over
Xand over again on many different websites. You know this isn't secure,
Xbut you do it anyway. Why? Because it's difficult to remember a unique
Xpassword for each and every web site that requires one.
XPasswordMaker manages all your online accounts using either new,
Xuncrackable passwords it creates, or your existing passwords. It even
Xautomatically populates webforms for one-click login.
XMoreover, passwords aren't stored anywhere--they are calculated over and over
Xagain as they're needed--so there's nothing to be lost, hacked, or stolen!
XAuthor: Eric H. Jung
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