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A PHP based password store
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<?php
// File name of the master key which encrypts the passwords. Always have a
// backup of this key, or your passwords will render unavailable!
$masterKey = '/var/lib/passwordstore/pws.key';
// Name of your password manager session. It is advised to change it to
// something that reflects your company name or such.
$sessionName = 'PWstoreSession';
// Set this to true if you want this page to be served only through SSL
// (https:) connections. It is generally a good idea to turn it on, even on
// intranet-only use.
$sslOnly = false;
// Allow key to be reside under the document root. This is a big security hole, so it is not recommended to set it to true!
$keyInDocroot = true;
// Database settings
// Database DSN. If you use an SQLite database, it is advised to put the
// database somewhere outside the DocumentRoot!
$dbDSN = 'sqlite:/var/lib/passwordstore/pwstore.db';
$dbUser = null;
$dbPassword = null;
// Smarty template engine settings. You don't really have to touch it.
$smartyInstallDir = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'smarty';
$smartyTemplateDir = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'templates';
$smartyCache = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'cache';
// Encryption algorythm to use. Encryption method must support ECB mode.
$encryptionAlg = MCRYPT_RIJNDAEL_256;