- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 16994290, 15 days agoIf your browser is sandboxed with Snap or Flatpak, this extension does not work. It's not fixable as the required integration breaks the sandbox and so won't be allowed. If you have a browser installed on your host computer (i.e. native, not sandboxed) then there is no problem with this extension. But since Firefox is now ONLY supplied as Flatpak or Snaps on Ubuntu, this effectively locks out all Linux users from using KeepassXC.
> his has nothing to do with the extension itself, but Snap/Flatpak implementation of the browser itself.
But it has everything to do with the extension. It is designed in a way that is simply incompatible with the security model of a sandboxed browser. Nothing about the sandbox is "broken", the kind of code execution required by the extension and the server is what a sandbox is designed to prevent. This is exactly what a malicious extension would do to break out of the sandbox. The team should be working on this, or else users will just abandon the project. I'm certainly not going to try to convince Ubuntu that Snap is broken on your behalf, I'm just going to install something else that works.
Developer responseposted 14 days agoThis has nothing to do with the extension itself, but Snap/Flatpak implementation of the browser itself. Ubuntu already added support for Native Messaging with Snap Firefox. If it's broken, Ubuntu's Snap team should be contacted. Sadly we cannot do anything about it.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 15552148, 22 days agoAddon doesnt connect to Database - German version - you can click on the buttom but nothing else - no popup, no window on how to connect. I disabled it and went back to native Keepass. Firefox 122.0.1, KeePassXC 2.7.6.
- Rated 5 out of 5by alex, a month agoIt works great, sometimes it forgets the connection to the browser and you have to click the extension in the firefox browser again. Then it will prompt you to name the connection and connect it.
It also worked with adblockers (some forum posts mention that adblockers could potentially block localhost) but it worked fine.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 18207686, 2 months agoUnfortunately, the extension does not work. it keeps telling me no logins are found, despite all of them being in my database.
I disabled exact matches, i disabled match url and restarted both firefox and keepassxc and it still didnt work.