GNOME Keyring Password Manager

The GNOME Keyring is a daemon in the session, similar to ssh-agent,
and other applications can use it to store passwords and other
sensitive information.

The program can manage several keyrings, each with its own master
password, and there is also a session keyring which is never stored to
disk, but forgotten when the session ends.

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baselibs.conf 0000000473 473 Bytes over 4 years
bnc#903966-SEGV-in-gnome-keyring-daemon-caused-by-calling-free-on-static-string.patch 0000000581 581 Bytes over 4 years
gnome-keyring-3.10.1.tar.xz 0001141960 1.09 MB over 4 years
gnome-keyring-896818-reduce-head-msg-length.patch 0000000636 636 Bytes over 4 years
gnome-keyring-bsc932232-use-libgcrypt-allocators.patch 0000000731 731 Bytes over 4 years
gnome-keyring-bsc932232-use-non-fips-md5.patch 0000003842 3.75 KB over 4 years
gnome-keyring-bsc961271-secmem-mismatch.patch 0000001345 1.31 KB over 4 years
gnome-keyring-check-session.patch 0000002173 2.12 KB over 4 years
gnome-keyring-pam-auth-prompt-password.patch 0000001437 1.4 KB over 4 years
gnome-keyring.changes 0000076203 74.4 KB over 4 years
gnome-keyring.spec 0000008813 8.61 KB over 4 years
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