Fleeting Password Manager is a simple program that generates highly secure pseudo-random passwords from the given master password, URL/ID (e.g. facebook, www.facebook.com, google, my_server..) and user name.
The user needs to remember only the master password to recover other passwords. Passwords are always regenerated on-the-fly from the given login data when needed and are never saved. In other words, Fleeting Password Manager combines the password creation and management. The length of the generated password is configurable between 8 and 32 characters and Fleeting Password Manager can remember wanted URL/User-pairs.
Notice, that the URL doesn't have to be the real URL, it just has to be exactly the same every time, something that you remember. You can use "gmail" for Gmail, "facebook" for www.facebook.com, "linkedin" for www.linkedin.com and so on.
As mentioned before, Fleeting Password Manager never saves any passwords. However, the user name, url/id and length can be saved. This data can also be exported and imported from the file menu. The settings data is located as a simple text file in the user's home directory: ~/.config/fleetingpm/fleetingpm.conf.
To install open a Terminal and type the following :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jussi-lind/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fleetingpm