The recently released KeeFox 1.1.2 contains dozens of new and improved features and a few important bug fixes, the highlights are below.
- Multiple database support. Seamlessly work with more than one KeePass database thanks to these improvements:
- Logins from all open (unlocked) databases are matched (and automatically filled / submitted depending on your configuration)
- Logins from all open databases are listed on the Logins toolbar button
- A new login can be saved into any open database
- Changing databases from within KeeFox is now reliable and predictable
- Improved form matching accuracy: when KeeFox knows how many form fields to expect for an entry it will now use that information to help select the correct form on a page
- Instant edit feature added: Review and edit every entry that KeeFox saves (disabled by default).
- Memory leak fixed: This will be a big improvement for heavy Firefox users who do not shutdown Firefox for days or weeks at a time
- Added option to require more accurate URL matching for specific entries (previously possible through a hidden KeePass “advanced string”)
- Thunderbird support (in beta testing)
- Improvements to setup instructions, especially for non-admin users and Mono (Mac & Linux) users
- First-run improvements (e.g. automatic save of your first KeePass database and a link to information about importing existing passwords)
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You should get 1.1.2 pushed to you automatically unless you have disabled Firefox add-on automatic updates. You can manually install it from the main Add-on page.
Known limitation: Newsgroup authentication prompts in Thunderbird do not work with KeeFox.
Symptoms of a cracked well casing repair. Apple Mac support: The immaturity of the Mono platform that Mac users require to make KeePass work is keeping KeeFox Mac support in beta testing for the time being. You can install the development version if you’d like to give it a try (it seems to mostly work if you have some patience and know what you’re doing)
Known bug: Shortly after the release of 1.1.2 I learnt that users who enable the Firefox master password (for use by other add-ons, Firefox Sync, etc.) sometimes experience problems entering the master password when prompted before Firefox has completely started. I have put a fix into version 1.1.3 which you can download from here: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/blob/ … d79301bb/XPI-package/latest.xpi?raw=true.
1.1.3 is an experimental build - although it has very few changes since the well-tested 1.1.2 it has not been thoroughly tested itself so I advise only installing it if you need to. I’ll monitor its usage and consider releasing it as an official tested version if it looks like enough people are affected by this bug.
I’ll be starting work on version 1.2 in a few weeks time so do let me know through the support forum if you find any bugs that I should be working on for that release. In the mean time, enjoy version 1.1!
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My friend Khamosh recently covered an article on top password manager services you can use as a LastPass alternative and KeePass was the only one which was free. However, it’s true that it’s a bit difficult to use. Especially when there’s no official support for browsers and smartphones.
So here’s a detailed guide on how to configure KeePass on Windows and use it on browsers like Chrome and Firefox.Password Management: It’s not as easy as it looks, which is why we have a dedicated guide for it, which you should definitely check it out.
Setting Up KeePass on Windows
After you have installed KeePass and activated your vault, we need to install a plugin. The plugin will help the desktop app to communicate with the extension we are going to install on Chrome or Firefox. The name of the plugin is keepasshttp and can be downloaded from the GitHub page.
The zip file will contain a lot of files. But don’t let that confuse you. Simply extract the fileKeePassHttp.plgx to C:Program Files (x86)KeePass Password Safe 2 directory. Users on 32-bit can use the usual Program Files directory. Having done that, restart KeePass.
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After the KeePass restarts, click on Tools—>Plugins. Here, you should be able to see the KeePassHttpplugin in the list. Everything is set, it’s now time to install the Chrome extension from the store.
chromeIPass for Chrome
There are a few KeePass extensions available for Chrome, but chromeIPass is one of the best performer out there. After you install the extension, click on the Connect button to connect the plugin to the desktop app. Having done that, you will get a confirmation dialog box on the KeePass desktop app.
No need to enter the master password here. Just enter any keyword and it will be used to identify your connection. That’s all, you will get a notification on the Chrome plugin as to which database it’s connected to.
Any login page you visit now, the credentials will be supplied from KeePass to the browser. Initially, you will get regular popups on KeePass desktop app to allow the transfer of information. You can set it to always allow from KeePassHttp plugin settings found under Tools–>KeepPassHttp Options–>Advanced.
On some page, if the browser is not able to auto-detect the credential fields, open the plugin and click on choose own credential fields for the page. You can now pinpoint the username and password field and the settings will be saved in the extension. These can later be deleted from the extension settings.
KeeFox for Firefox
Firefox users can go ahead and install the KeeFox plugin on the browser and restart it. After the browser restarts, you will be asked to connect to the KeePass database on your computer. Once you hit the connect button, the browser might become unresponsive for a few seconds. Just wait for it to detect KeePass and read your database file.
Next thing, you will be asked to enter generated code from Firefox and the master password to connect the database. This makes it look like the connection is more secure than the Chrome plugin.
That’s all, you can now use the KeeFox to seamlessly login to the websites while browsing on Firefox.
KeeeFox, the plugin for Firefox is more comprehensive than the chromeIPass. There are a lot of settings you can configure, but you should know what you are doing. The best thing is, the extension allows hotkeys for frequently used commands.
KeePass on Smartphones is Up Next
So that was how you can use KeePass on Chrome and Firefox. If you have any doubts, you can ask them in our forum. As a heads up, I am currently testing different third-party KeePass apps we have on iOS and Android. If they are worth it, would definitely share them in one of my upcoming articles.
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