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    Looking for a password manager with these requirements:

    - Runs on webOS 2.1 at Pre2 screen size
    - Runs on webOS 3.0 at TouchPad screen size
    - Changes can be made on either device
    - Changes sync both ways automatically
    - I can accept a propagation delay up to one day
    - I reiterate "automatically"; can not require me sending emails back and forth
    - Data cannot live only in the could as it will sometimes be required when the phone is out of cell coverage; the devices must have their own copies
    - If there is a 'master copy' in the could, it must be encrypted
    - If I have to run a component on my home computer, it must run on Linux

    Is this a mythical beast?
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    Secustore is close. Not sure if there is a better option out there (for me, the desktop component was vital, since I hate entering lots of data on the phone).

    The phone version can sync with a component on a Mac/PC, though deleting items confuses it. You can also send encrypted backups to/from email, though that is a pain because copy/paste from email is hard to do with large emails (no select all, and now scroll bars). And homebrew save/restore works too.

    The latest Secustore for the Touchpad doesn't yet have desktop syncing (hopefully that is coming soon, or I wasted $10). But you can still use the earlier, non HD version.

    I miss Password Plus... but I do think Secustore could surpass it soon, once the syncing is finished.
    KA1
    Visor Deluxe->Visor Prism/Digital Link->Treo 650->Treo 700p->Pre->GSM Unlocked Pre 2 (wifi only)->FrankenPre + Touchpad 32 ->+ Touchpad 4G ATT + ATT Pre3 + 64 White Touchpad... bliss.
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    Actually, the desktop peice may be a jar, so Linux may work.
    KA1
    Visor Deluxe->Visor Prism/Digital Link->Treo 650->Treo 700p->Pre->GSM Unlocked Pre 2 (wifi only)->FrankenPre + Touchpad 32 ->+ Touchpad 4G ATT + ATT Pre3 + 64 White Touchpad... bliss.
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    I'm pushing the AgileBits team at the moment to work on their 1Password product for WebOS. I can only assume though this would be a reader to start with and would require network connectivity (unless they cache the files). Also Linux support is only via 1PasswordAnywhere which I believe is a reader only as it works via your web browser - you'd need Mac or Windows to add to it.

    Regards,
    Shane.
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    Sounds like there's nothing yet which meets my requirements. Bummer.
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    Linux desktop client is really the requirement that is difficult to meet. As said above, SecuStore desktop might work for you since it is written in Java & is distributed as a .jar. Right now, SecuStore is the only option that MIGHT work under Linux - everything else is currently Windows / Mac. Go to SecuStore - password manager for webOS and download the desktop client & see if it works. The desktop client is free.

    Right now, all the pieces for SecuStore are not complete but are in active development. SecuStore 1 runs on phones & syncs to the desktop over WiFi. SecuStore 2 runs on the Touchpad in full-screen. The desktop sync for SecuStore 2 is not complete yet. When completed, all devices can sync to the desktop over WiFi. The desktop holds the "master" list that is bi-directionally synced to devices. Nothing is stored in the cloud. Device to device syncing is not an option.

    To see SecuStore's implementation of encryption, go to SecuStore - password manager for webOS
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    I sent email to SecuStore a couple of days ago, asking whether it might work since it's Java, but haven't seen any reply.

    Anyway ... I'm running Ubuntu 11.04. I downloaded SecuStore Desktop v0.0.5. Per the README, I had to manually copy two jar files for encryption to a system directory - the program couldn't do it itself because it wasn't running as root.

    java -jar SecuStore.jar

    Started up. There were no templates - is it supposed to come with any defaults? I created a Set, but without templates it wouldn't let me create a new item.

    The Import/From CSV... option appears to be disabled. That's the path I would expect to take to convert SplashID data.

    I agree, it MIGHT work.
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    LastPass might work for you. It definitely won't do full screen on the TP, though. But it should do everything else you require.

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