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    Tags: , , , by Arthur Lutz (2015-08-20)
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  2. Simple and secure password management and retrieval system.
    Tags: , , , , by Arthur Lutz (2013-05-16)
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  3. The Post Password Token plugin lets you issue secret urls that allow readers to access protected content without having to enter a password. It extends the default WordPress post password protection functionality by creating secret urls to the post that have an encoded token. This is similar to the guest pass functionality that can be found on Flickr.
    Tags: , , , , by Arthur Lutz (2013-03-26)
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    Tags: , by Arthur Lutz (2013-02-11)
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  5. is a python script to backup any IMAP capable email account to a HTML archive, nicely browsable, instead of weird folders (Maildir), one huge file (mbox), only needing a web browser to view (thunderbird) and no propritary code, so you can make sure I won't steal your password.
    Tags: , , by Arthur Lutz (2013-01-03)
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  6. PwdHash generates theft-resistant passwords. The PwdHash browser extension invisibly generates these passwords when it is installed in your browser. You can activate this protection by pressing F2 before you type your password, or by choosing passwords that start with @@. If you don't want to install PwdHash on your computer, you can generate the passwords right here.
    Tags: , , by Arthur Lutz (2012-11-14)
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    Tags: , , , by Arthur Lutz (2012-10-02)
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  8. Btapp.js provides access to a browser plugin version of uTorrent/BitTorrent via a tree of Backbone Models and Collections. The intent of this project is to allow access to the extensive functionality of a torrent client, from web apps that are as simple as a single Backbone View. Btapp.js takes responsibility for getting the plugin installed as well, so you're free to assume that its available. In addition to the local torrent client, you can also easily access a torrent client anywhere else in the world (assume you either configured it originally or have access to that client's username/password).
    Tags: , , by Arthur Lutz (2012-07-09)
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  9. Sending confidential information such as passwords, account information and other sensitive data in emails and IM is not necessarily safe. That data is typically stored with remnants of the bits in places you don't need it to be.
    Tags: , by Arthur Lutz (2012-03-05)
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