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Clicking (or in some versions, double-clicking) on a wallet allows you to examine the contents of a wallet.  From here you can remove any entries that you do not wish to be further controlled by the wallet.  A further advantage is that it is possible to examine the passwords for individual entries - particularly useful if you have mis-typed a password and stored it.  These activities remain secure, since they are only available ater you have given the passphrase.
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Clicking (or in some versions, double-clicking) on a wallet allows you to examine the contents of a wallet.  From here you can remove any entries that you do not wish to be further controlled by the wallet.  A further advantage is that it is possible to examine the passwords for individual entries - particularly useful if you have mis-typed a password and stored it.  These activities remain secure, since they are only available after you have given the passphrase.
  
  

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Kwalletmgr.png   KWalletManager manages all your passwords in an ecrypted file

KWalletManager is an optional tool which can greatly assist your work-flow while maintaining security.

  • Wallets are encrypted against your chosen passphrase
  • Wallets are, by default, closed. Your passphrase is required to open a wallet
  • Wallets can be configured to close when unused
  • You control which applications may use the wallet - everything else will have to ask you for a password.

A right-click, context menu on the wallet in kwalletmanager offers maintenance options:

  • To create a new wallet
  • To open and examine the selected wallet
  • To change the passphrase for that wallet
  • To disconnect an application currently using that wallet
  • To close or delete the wallet

Clicking (or in some versions, double-clicking) on a wallet allows you to examine the contents of a wallet. From here you can remove any entries that you do not wish to be further controlled by the wallet. A further advantage is that it is possible to examine the passwords for individual entries - particularly useful if you have mis-typed a password and stored it. These activities remain secure, since they are only available after you have given the passphrase.


FAQs, Hints and Tips

For greater security configure KWalletManager to use one wallet for local passwords and a separate one for network passwords and form data.


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