Great Add on Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Great add on for keepass a must if you use (you should) keepass

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Simple and easy, not quite perfect Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Keefox does a great job of instantly detecting when your KeePass database is open, and when the current site has logins available. I like that it allows prioritization of users per site, allows you to copy a specific username or password manually, but also does a great job of autofill on various types of login pages. My only complaint is that a little too often it pops up with tips and hints, and although you can tell it not to show that tip again, I want all tips to be disabled.

Efficace Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Efficace, couplé à Keepass, il fait le boulot, facile à utiliser. Je n'ai jamais eu de crash.

cool und praktische funktion Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Danke mono auch unter Linux nutzbar!
unbedingt Unterstützen!

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Cool addon but not working with Firefox 54.01 and later Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Cool addon but not working with Firefox 54.01 and later

10 out of 5 stars (really, it's that good) Rated 5 out of 5 stars

KeePass = never remember a password again.
KeeFox = never type a password or login again, save or come up with a password again.

KeeFox is so good that it can save every new login in your database including URL and favicon. It can also generate any saved generation profile you have saved.

What makes it even better is that it will automagically login whenever you visit a website matching one of the saved URLs (more than one option? Fills in the first one and lets you decide).

EVEN better is that you can just ctrl+shift+1 > search saved login > goes to that website and logs in for you.

Password has never been less of a struggle. You should install this now if you haven't yet.

Very useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I like KeeFox, in combination with the KeePass tool, very much as a free and reliable solution for filling in, generating and managing my passwords!

Integrates Keepass into Firefox quite well Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I've been using KeeFox for over a year.
If work very well at matching passwords in my three KeePass 2.x databases.

It can adapt to complex password entry.
It recgonises URLs stored in KeePass and can update them automatically, even updating favicons.
Toolbasr icon can be set to unobtrusive and changes sublty to show when it recognises a matching URL.
Masses of options to keep me happy.

Some URLs don't seem to be recognised properly (could be duplication in my KeePass databases).

All in all it's a great add on, I'm rather lost without it.
Some upgrade to KeePass can knock KeeFox out of sync, but the documentation and prompts from KeeFox soon get you connected back to your KeePass database(s) again.

Very helpful and lightweight plugin. No more LastPass CPU drain in FF. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I switched from LastPass to KeePass using KeeFox. Immediately I noticed a huge improvement on my system. I have an i5 3570k, 8gb, SSD, nvidia 680 GTX. It's been like night and day since I ditched LastPass and without KeeFox I don't think I'd ever made the switch. The only thing I do miss, is the ability to save the master password on my working PC, for eg. a week, 10 days or 30 days like LastPass. I does get a bit tedious to type the master password for KeePass all the time. I don't know if it's a possibility with KeePass or KeeFox, but either way, this plugin is a life saver.

Version 1.7.0 requires tweaking for Ubuntu 16.04 Rated 4 out of 5 stars

In my previous review , I was sorry that version 1.7.0 no longer works with KeePass v. 2.25, which is the one shipped with Ubuntu 14.04 (which is still supported until year 2019).

Now I upgraded my computer to Ubuntu 16.04, which is the latest long term support (until year 2021) release. It ships with KeePass 2.32, and unfortunately the KeeFox 1.7.0 plugin does not work even with this version.

With some tweaking, I got it working: install packages
from the normal Ubuntu repository, and a newer version 2.36 of Keepass2 from the PPA .

This is a great plugin (open source and works fine). I hope that this may be some help to someone wanting to run it on Ubuntu 16.04.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

works fine

Good to be used on one device but .... Rated 3 out of 5 stars

... I would like to have one Keepass database no matter what device I use (Android Smartphone, Windows-PC, iMac, ... it's a challenge of Keepass).
KeeFox Usage is easy and reliable.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

works great

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Keefox works well Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I been using Linux Mint Debian 2 /Fedora 25 / Ubuntu 16.04 /Windows 10 (sometimes for Windows proprietary products) . The Keefox plugin works well usually, except when there is an update. There is a need to replace the RPC.plgx plugin file manually each time for all desktop platforms, be it for Windows or Linux. This is the only hassle , otherwise it is effective.

too much forced software Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I already have Keepass 2x installed I don't want to install it again. Keefox doesn't work if you don't use it's installation of KeePass. If you have to reinstall windows it also won't read the database from the previous windows install which means you have to create a new database, and add everything again.

Excelent, improves security. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very useful for storing lots of passwords to access different systems.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of my most used extensions.

挺好用的软件 Rated 5 out of 5 stars


Working great and reliably Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I wouldn't want to keep track of all these everchanging passwords without KeeFox, Keepass is great but without the integration through keefox I wouldn't be able to use it in any efficient way.

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