Keepass2 is a password manager software available on Windows, and GNU/Linux. With Keepass 2 you can :
multiple password in a single AES256 encrypted password.
To access ths password file you can use a password or even tie identification to you Windows user session.
You can store the encrypted kbdx password database on a share folders and the synchronize the database from multiple locations and multiple users. Whenever 2 users make non conflicting editing on their local database and the synchronize it, changes will be merge.
Keepass allow you to fill automatically web Form or to perform automatic loggin on devices and servers by using a URI and the login sequence (Works great on Linux Servers, Cisco or HP network devices).
Besides, you can attach file to an entry in Keepass, very useful to attach a Cisco VPN profile (PCF file).
Other interresting features:
<note tip>Installation performed on Fedora 18 but it should be possible on any classic distribution</note>
<note important>Sadly, Keepass 2 depends on .NET. So I use Mono, a .NET implementation on Linux to make it work!! </note>
Download the .zip file from Keepass download site unzip the file in a specific folder
mkdir /usr/local/bin/keepass2 cd /usr/local/keepass2 wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/keepass/KeePass-2.20.1.zip wget upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/KeePass_icon.png
yum install mono-core mono-devel
At this point,
Add a Gnome / KDE menu entry
Create a keepass2.desktop file
[Desktop Entry] Name=KeePass Exec=mono /usr/bin/KeePass/KeePass.exe Icon=/usr/bin/KeePass/KeePass_icon.png Categories=Other Type=Application