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Bugs / Alerting messages regarding Chrome Extension
« Last post by Ilgaz on May 10, 2021, 07:03:45 PM »
Hello

I noticed MS Edge (now chrome based) removed passwordmaker extension alerting Google removed it. I checked Google Chrome and same deal, they claim a policy violation. It is bug tracked here
https://github.com/passwordmaker/chrome-passwordmaker/issues/180

I would say people are seriously concerned. Care to have a look at what is happening and why maintainer is silent?

Have a nice day
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I believe the fact that today's security environment makes something like PasswordMaker not very useful. Doesn't help that sites get their databases stolen all the time.

@miquel, can you please add me to https://github.com/passwordmaker
My github username is ericjung
Not sure why I'm already a member...

https://passwordmaker.webful.uk/

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However, the program is left a bit behind, I don't know why there is not much development on it.

There are editions that are still actively maintained. Take a look at Noel Light-Hilary's work:
https://noellh.com/blog/passwordmaker-gets-profiles-more-options-probably-some-bugs/
https://github.com/NoelLH
https://noellh.com/blog/webful-passwordmaker-app-out-now/

He's got a web edition (web page), mobile apps, and a browser extension -- and possibly others.

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I believe the fact that today's security environment makes something like PasswordMaker not very useful. Doesn't help that sites get their databases stolen all the time.
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Thanks for the info!
Finally I did a workaround that worked.
Creating a .bat file with the line
java -jar pwmje-win32-win32-0.7.x.jar -jar
in it, and running the .bat file.
By the way, do you know the differences between the 0.7.2 and 0.7.3 versions?
What I love in passwordmaker it that it does not give any indication on the hacker that the master password is not correct.
It just gives wrong passwords if you enter wrong paster password. So it makes brute force attach much harder.
However, the program is left a bit behind, I don't know why there is not much development on it.
I wonder if there is something equivalent out there..

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Sounds like a Java install issue. It's possible you have a newer version that isn't compatible with the old Java version of PasswordMaker.

Also, there is a new version at https://github.com/landshark666/passwordmaker-je though I doubt it will fix anything for you if it's a version mismatch.
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When I double click the pwmje-win32-win32-0.7.2.jar file, nothing happens.
When I right-click, it says:
Type of file: JAR File (.jar)
Opens wirh: Java(TM) Platform SE b

The strange thing is that in my old laptop, it works fine, years now. But I remember I had problems to make it work, even back then.
In my old lapotop I get the following printouts:
Type of file: Executable Jar File (.jar)   <<<<<<<<<<<<========= This is different!
Opens wirh: Java(TM) Platform SE b

Can anyone please help?
How can I make it "Type of file: Executable Jar File (.jar)"?

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Other / Re: New mobile app
« Last post by Eric H. Jung on June 14, 2019, 02:28:52 AM »
I think you only added his Android version. There's an iphone one, too. When I click iphone in the tree on the wiki, it goes to https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/passwordmaker-org-password/id359001896?mt=8 -- that should be a page instead listing the two iphone options (and maybe more)
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Other / Re: New mobile app
« Last post by Miquel 'Fire' Burns on June 13, 2019, 04:21:33 PM »
It's already on the list.
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Other / Re: New mobile app
« Last post by Eric H. Jung on June 13, 2019, 05:31:08 AM »
Noel,

Great job! I just tried the Android version. It definitely should be put onto the wiki if it's not already there. Miquel?

-Eric Jung, creator of the original PasswordMaker
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Other / Re: Long TIME not here, nor there
« Last post by Eric H. Jung on June 13, 2019, 05:27:08 AM »
and by the way... did you see this? https://passwordmaker.webful.uk/
New Android and iPhone apps for PasswordMaker
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