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KDE Wallet, Kwallet manager, vs Keepassx password manager.

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http://chakra-project.org – I use KeepassX and KWallet, and while they might have begun with similar ideas, their use cases ended up becoming radically different, so it's wrong to say one is better than another.The main difference is that KWallet is tightly integrated into every KDE application, all applications store your saved accounts and passwords into a "keyring" that can be accessed as needed with a password. This keeps your network keys, KMail accounts, and Konqueror saved passwords in a unified, encrypted database. I've never used it for account storage, and I wouldn't recommend it for th (HowTos)