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  1. #1
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    Mar 2004

    Question Password Manager

    I am webmaster for a website of a union with about 4000 members. I would like to find a password manager program that is easy to use and manage, which allows for users to modify their passwords, and which allows for importing of an Excel file with all data--including usernames and passwords--to get started with. Any ideas of good programs out there to take a look at?

    Thanks... Gene

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    Don't know if this will help or not, but did a search of google and came up with this page:
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    Jan 2003
    Hey Hey,

    How about using a MySQL backend with a simple php front-end. It'd be fairly easy to code, and if you are a webmaster you should have a basic understanding of PHP, if not you could always use asp. MySQL can store your passwords for you, and you can have it only listen for connections from your webserver for increased security, the user could change their password using a simple front-end form, and you can import data from a CSV (which excel will save as).

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