This is the personal homepage of Thomas von Dein. I am a german open source developer, network and unix sysadmin. I live on an island far away.
I maintain a couple of software projects including:
Pretty Curved Privacy (pcp1) is a commandline utility which can be used to encrypt files. pcp1 uses eliptc curve cryptography for encryption (CURVE25519 by Dan J. Bernstein).
Crypt::PWSafe3 is a perl module which can be used to access (create, read, modify and write) from and to Password Safe v3 database files
Config::General is a perl module which can be used to parse config files of any complexity. It supports among a lot of other things: variable interpolation, tree-like structured configs, saving a modified config file, include files. It can even parse apache config files.
note is a handy commandline tool written in perl to maintain notes or any other type of textual information. It supports a wide variety of storage backends, the latest one being a backend for the Password Safe v3 encrypted database format. Since note supports encryption you can use it to maintain your passwords as well.
dbtool is another commandline utility, which can be used to store key/value paired data in a binary database. Since the database is binary (GDM or BerkeleyDB) it can have any arbitrary size. dbtool is aimed for use in shell scripts but can also be used by the average user.
Please go to the projects overview page, to learn more about my work and my other projects.
If you need help, you may contact me directly.