September 19, 2010 · Security · Email This Post

YAPET is a text based password manager using the Blowfish encryption algorithm. Because of its small footprint and very few library dependencies, it is suited for installing on desktop and server systems alike.

The text based user interface allows to run YAPET easy and painlessly in a Secure Shell session.

Install YAPET in ubuntu

download .deb package from here once you have deb package you can install by double cliking on it


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3 Comments to “YAPET – Yet Another Password Encryption Tool”

  1. Zivago Lee says:

    Great post and great software.. been looking for something like this. Was using CPM http://www.harry-b.de/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=harry:cpm (uses GPG) but this seems a lot easier to use and it’s also been updated recently (unlike CPM).

    Also, I noticed yapet is in the repo’s so a simple ‘sudo apt-get install yapet’ was needed.

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  2. Ariyan says:

    Thank You very much
    I needed something like this.

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  3. sericm says:

    since lucid it is also in ubuntu’s universe repository (if you feel uncomfortable installing a .deb package)

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