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#2042 14-Aug-2004 08:14
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Which wallet program do y'all prefer? E wallet or flex wallet?

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#7710 14-Aug-2004 10:37
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I personally use eWallet...The new version comes with record level synchronisation, which is great.




 

 

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#7713 14-Aug-2004 15:52
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What does a wallet program do for you?

 
 
 
 


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#7718 14-Aug-2004 18:24
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These programs are used to store password, PIN, any information you need to keep in a safe place. In general they use some sort of encryption and a single PIN, so you don't have to remember all of them. My eWallet file contains 450 entries, from credit card numbers to website passwords and program registration codes.




 

 

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#7724 14-Aug-2004 23:29
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Thanks for the replies! I was wondering about the record level sync. What is that?

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#7725 15-Aug-2004 01:15
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Check my eWallet 4.0 review...




 

 

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#7727 15-Aug-2004 11:29
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oic..

i've been using gnu keyring for this:
http://gnukeyring.sourceforge.net/



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