loginpod – Your online accounts are more vulnerable to hacking if you continue to use plain text passwords.
For managing account passwords and encrypting passwords, LoginPod is a password manager and encryption tool built-in bash with support from Python 3. Like other encryption algorithms, LoginPod’s encryption algorithm is based on a user-inputted, five-digit encryption key. Your passwords can be encrypted using LoginPod to make them more secure and stored in a password vault.
Why should I use LoginPod instead of an other password manager?
Other encryption algorithms do not provide flexibility, but here you can get 100000 different encrypted outputs based on a 5-digit encryption key ranging from 00000 to 99999.
It saves your passwords on your system disc rather than a server, keeping you safe in the event of a data breach attack.
All of your passwords are stored in plain text; passwords are encrypted only at runtime, and the correct 5-digit encryption key must be entered to obtain the correct password.
Stop using online password encrypters because you are giving them your passwords and they may track you.
Is there any assurance that password manager programs won’t keep your passwords on their servers or pry into them? You should better keep them on your system drive.
Install LoginPod tool
git clone https://github.com/3xploitGuy/loginpod.git
To do this, use your terminal to run the following command after changing the path to the loginpod folder.
Now run the loginpod.sh file for encryption using the following command.
When you start the script, you are greeted with this prompt where you must provide a 5-digit encryption key spanning from 00000 to 99999 on which the encryption algorithm operates. You must choose a 5-digit encryption key and use it consistently because the algorithm responds differently to different encryption keys.
The main menu appears once the user enters the encryption key. From here, he can encrypt his passwords, and if he wants to keep them for many accounts, he can utilize the password vault.
choosing the second option (encrypter), which asks the user to enter a password before returning the encrypted value.
The user can create an account name and password, change information, retrieve passwords for saved accounts, and delete saved accounts by choosing the first option (password vault).
Password and account storage: The user can store the password and account (passwords are stored in plain text).
Password recovery: Passwords for additional accounts can be recovered.
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