MemType Tool - New GUI For managing the MemType Offline password keeper:
The documentation for the MemType can be found here: http://www.area0x33.com/documentation/memtype.html
Under release folder download linux64.tar.gz for a 64 bit linux.
Extract the contents:
tar xvfz linux64.tar.gz
And execute the launcher.
If no device is found when running the GUI, check the usb permissions. For ubuntu users there's a udev rules file with the right permissions:
sudo cp 99-MemType.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/ reboot
Windows, MacOSX & Others.
There is a virtualbox Lubuntu image with MemType GUI preinstalled that runs in any OS where virtualbox can be run.
Install VirtualBox and the Extension pack. https://www.virtualbox.org/
Download and extract (using 7-Zip) the Lubuntu image: https://github.com/oyzzo/MemTypeTool/releases/download/1.0.1/Lubuntu.17.04.64bit.vmdk.7z
Create a new Linux (Ubuntu) 64bit Machine in VirtualBox, when asked for the disk open the extracted Lubuntu vdk image.
Run it and add the memtype device (Devices --> USB) to the virtual machine.
NOTE: The password for the virtualmachine user is same as the user name: memtype.
Compiling the sources is super easy!.
Install QT-Creator with QT5.5 or above. http://www.qt.io/download-open-source
Download and extract the sources: https://github.com/oyzzo/MemTypeTool/archive/master.zip
Open the MemtypeManager project in QT-Creator.
Click the build and run green play button!
You'll find the compiled binary inside a build folder.
Using the GUI you can change the MemType keyboard layout to match your computer keyboard layout.
The current available layouts files are located under
- Miguel Angel Borrego
- Noel Carriquí