What does it do? It is a password “manager”, but one that does not store your passwords anywhere.
Instead, it takes two inputs and derives a password _based on_ them. You provide the same inputs again, you get the same password. Always.
My second @email@example.com OS app, Obliviate, is now live on AppCenter.
And if you are on another distro, you can always download the Flatpak.
From one perspective, charlist just sounds like someone who studies people named Charlie.
I want to say the former, but my brain cannot let go of the latter.
It blows my mind that tech is one of the most well-paying industry *and* has a low technical barrier to entry. #moa
Badger is available on @firstname.lastname@example.org OS 6 Odin at launch, with dark style support! 🦡
Go get it on AppCenter:
I hope its medication doesn't have have any side effects.
If you think about it, any text-file, any image or video, any executable on your machine is just stored as a series of 1's and 0's, and can simply be interpreted as a very, very large integer.
You're not running Excel, you're just running a number. You're not watching the latest episode of your favorite show, this is 180983984839912343232899016056542024...
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