- Rated 1 out of 5by FW Brooklyn Skinny, a year agoAs reported by other users, and NOT EVER properly mitigated by supposed "gurus" of FireFox. . .here is the crux of the current issue. . ."connected" KeePassXC DBs are somehow NOT integrated with the browser (this has been verified on current versions of FireFox, FireFox/Tor, Edge, and Chrome); that is, the KeePass extention keeps displaying a small window that seemingly requires "Redetect login fields." HOWEVER, each and every attempt to on/select the field to do so, results is NOTHING (that is NO detection happens and user is continually in a "loop" of trying to and redetect, ad neaseum!) Clearly there are some nefarious "players" in the Windows 10 realm! MITIGATE PLEASE! and stop telling users to do QA-ing!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17540712, a year agofor no reasons the extension stopped connecting to my database and the troubleshooting is not helping solving the problem. it is a really a shame the security of the app is great
- Rated 3 out of 5by heheich, a year agoHello. In the "Connected Databases" menu, I try to delete them, but they are not deleted. If they can't be deleted, what is the Delete button for? I click on it but nothing happens
Something I'm afraid for the safety of my data, my databases do not remain with anyone if they cannot be deleted?
- Rated 5 out of 5by Kelson, a year agoKeePass lets you keep your own password vault on your own system, or sync using the service of your choice.
The browser extension takes a little effort to connect it to your desktop app the first time, but from that point on it mostly does its job and stays out of your way, detecting login forms and adding a button to fill in credentials you've stored with that URL in KeePassXC (When you have the desktop app open and the database unlocked).
Tips on matching websites to password entries:
1. General URLs will match better, like example.com instead of example.com/login?fromSignIn=true.
2. You can associate extra websites that use the same account by putting them in extra fields named KP2A_URL, KP2A_URL2, etc. in the desktop application. (Conveniently, these are the same fields KeePass2Android uses.)