keyringr: Decrypt Passwords from Gnome Keyring, Windows Data Protection API and macOS Keychain
Version 0.4.0

Decrypts passwords stored in the Gnome Keyring, macOS Keychain and strings encrypted with the Windows Data Protection API.

AuthorJosh Gilfillan
Date of publication2017-02-17 23:55:46
MaintainerJosh Gilfillan <joshua.i.gilfillan+keyringr@gmail.com>
LicenseMIT + file LICENSE
Version0.4.0
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("keyringr")

Getting started

README.md
Avoiding plain text passwords in R with keyringr"

Popular man pages

decrypt_dpapi_pw: Decrypt passwords encrypted with the Microsoft Data...
decrypt_gk_pw: Get a password from Gnome Keyring using secret-tool
decrypt_kc_pw: Get a generic password from macOS Keychain using the...
get_kc_account: Get a account name from macOS Keychain using the 'security'...
See all...

All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

decrypt_dpapi_pw: Decrypt passwords encrypted with the Microsoft Data...
decrypt_gk_pw: Get a password from Gnome Keyring using secret-tool
decrypt_kc_pw: Get a generic password from macOS Keychain using the...
get_kc_account: Get a account name from macOS Keychain using the 'security'...

Functions

decrypt_dpapi_pw Man page Source code
decrypt_gk_pw Man page Source code
decrypt_kc_pw Man page Source code
get_kc_account Man page Source code

Files

inst
inst/doc
inst/doc/Avoiding_plain_text_passwords_in_R_with_keyringr.html
inst/doc/Avoiding_plain_text_passwords_in_R_with_keyringr.Rmd
inst/doc/Avoiding_plain_text_passwords_in_R_with_keyringr.R
NAMESPACE
R
R/decrypt_dpapi_pw.R
R/decrypt_kc_pw.R
R/decrypt_gk_pw.R
R/get_kc_account.R
vignettes
vignettes/kc_screenshot.png
vignettes/Avoiding_plain_text_passwords_in_R_with_keyringr.Rmd
README.md
MD5
build
build/vignette.rds
DESCRIPTION
man
man/decrypt_kc_pw.Rd
man/decrypt_dpapi_pw.Rd
man/get_kc_account.Rd
man/decrypt_gk_pw.Rd
LICENSE
keyringr documentation built on May 19, 2017, 10:15 p.m.

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