FourFourSeconds, the developer of Chrome Password Manager, is announcing the availability of a Chrome plugin for Linux called Chrome Password Management (CCM).
The plugin is a full-featured tool for managing passwords, which allows users to create, manage, and retrieve password hashes from online services like Google’s Google Drive, Dropbox, Google Docs, Box, OneDrive, and Box, as well as their own online services.
CCM allows for simple and secure password recovery and recovery of passwords from offline services.
Chrome Password Managers is free to use.
CCMs password management plugin for Android and iOS is now available for download.
CCm’s developer blog post notes that the plugin works with most popular Linux distributions, including Debian, Ubuntu, and RedHat, as it works in the background.
It also includes a number of optional configuration options, like a Google account and password recovery feature.
CCms is compatible with any password management system that supports Google’s API, and is able to recover passwords stored on your Chrome account as well.
The plugin also has a built-in browser plugin.
The team has released a Chrome plug-in for Mac, too.
The full plugin can be downloaded from its GitHub repository for $9.99.
“The plugin is based on Google’s APIs and supports most popular popular Linux distros including Debian and Ubuntu,” the blog post states.
“CCM’s key features include: a user-friendly interface for password recovery (via Chrome Browser or the Google Cloud API) a password recovery API to manage passwords (with support for recovery from Dropbox, OneNote, Box and Box2, and from Google Drive), and a built in browser plugin that allows for easy access to Google’s REST API.
In addition to all of these features, the plugin is compatible and configurable with all the popular Linux password managers such as PuTTY, KeePass, and Hushmail.”
The team also notes that CCM is fully open-source and available for any developer to download and use.
The project is based at the Open-Source Development Lab, a group that helps companies develop open-Source products.
CC Manager, the Chrome plugin, is available for Android, iOS, and Windows, and can be used free of charge.
It is also available for Mac.
“I am very excited to be able to bring the best of our core services and products together under a single open source license,” CC Manager co-founder Andrew Haines said in the blog.
CC Manager is free, and the team is working on a Chrome version for iOS, Mac, and Linux. “
Our goal with CCM was to provide an easy way to secure, manage and recover passwords, and we are very happy to have brought this to the Linux community.”
CC Manager is free, and the team is working on a Chrome version for iOS, Mac, and Linux.
The developers hope to release a Linux version in the near future.