JPasskeep and Command-Q on Mac

I've released a new version of my long-running password keeper application: JPasskeep. This new release is now able to handle a Command-Q keystroke on the Mac, giving a user (i.e. me) an chance to save any updated entries. No more mousing around to close a window. The actual mechanism to do this was to reflectively call Apple's EAWT application classes to allow me to register the correct event listener. Hmm, run anywhere with java GUI apps....

JPasskeep Update

Just finished a new version of my long-running password keeper application. You can download the cross-platform version, the mac dmg image, and the source code. New changes include the ability to export entries to an encrypted HTML page (see my previous post on javascript cryptography) and bundling the cross-platform version as a single JAR file using one-jar. As usual this version does not rely on javax.crypto APIs to function so it should work wherever a JDK5 compatible VM can run....

JPasskeep - Organise your passwords

Its the curse of the internet age: we all have to remember user names and passwords to a whole host of web sites and programs. If you do a web search, you can find a legion of different password keeper programs available for any platform. Open-source, free, or commercial, take your pick. A few years ago, as an exercise in writing a non-web-based program, and because I did not (and still don't) trust anyone else with my passwords, I decided to write my own version of a password keeper, that also helps me to generate some "...