GNOME Passwords and Keys
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With GNOME Passwords and Keys you can
- create, import and export your SSH keys
- create, import and export your PGP keys
- connect to SSH servers
- synchronize your keys and your keyring with key servers
- safely store passwords and secrets (such as pin codes)
- and more
Find out how on the official documentation on gnome.org
Your keyring password is most often identical to your login password, and will ususally be unlocked when you log on.
In other desktop enviroment, such as KDE, you will perhaps be told that your keyring is locked. In such cases, you might want to install GNOME Passwords and Keys to be better able to control your Keyring.
Before GNOME Passwords and Keys (or Seahorse), GNOME used Gnome Keyring Manager.