How to Export Firefox Passwords in GPG with C++

How to Export Firefox Passwords in GPG with C++

New video from the Gtkmm series

In this video we export the password data and URLs saved in Firefox with C++ in GPG format with encryption and add it as a library with git submodule.

This video is a continuation of the video: Learn to Create a Graphical Application with C++ and GTKmm.

We uploaded the files to GitHub and if you want to test it just do the following:

git clone https://github.com/terroo/pass-firefox
cd pass-firefox
git submodule update --init
make
./app-pass-firefox

https://en.terminalroot.com.br/how-to-export-firefox-passwords-in-gpg-with-cpp/

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