KeeFox Version History

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Version 1.3.1b1 912.4 KB Works with Firefox 17.0 and later, Thunderbird 17.0 and later

Changes since 1.3.0 beta 4:

  • Default connection expiry time increased from 2 weeks to 1 year
  • Fixed KeePass launch on mono
  • Refactored sjcl.js to help Mozilla review the addon more efficiently

KeeFox 1.3 has:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • Various bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/keefox/privacy/

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.1

Version 1.3.1 809.1 KB Works with Firefox 17.0 and later, Thunderbird 17.0 and later

After the usual upgrade process you will be asked to authorise the connection from KeeFox to KeePass. More details here:

Changes in KeeFox 1.3:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • Various bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/keefox/privacy/

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.1

v1.3.1 contains minor bug fixes and non-functional code changes since v1.3.0.

Version 1.3.0b4 943.2 KB Works with Firefox 17.0 and later, Thunderbird 17.0 and later

Changes since beta 3:

  • Updated translations

KeeFox 1.3 has:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • Various bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/keefox/privacy/

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.0b4

Version 1.3.0b3 929.8 KB Works with Firefox 17.0 and later, Thunderbird 17.0 and later

Changes since beta 2:

  • Minimum required Firefox/Thunderbird version increased to 17
  • Fixed: Opening KeePass with a custom port via KeeFox didn't always work
  • Notification bars now persist for 5 instead of 1 page redirect (so "save password" notification can stick around for longer)
  • Check that websockets are enabled if we are having trouble connecting to KeePass but the legacy port is responding.
  • Fixed: Exceptions thrown during initial KPRPC protocol exchange could cause websocket connection to get stuck in a zombie state until one application restarts
  • Add unicode support to KeePass command line parameters (so database file names with multi-byte characters can now be opened via KeeFox)
  • Privacy policy and metrics collection implementation updated to no longer collect screen dimensions (I don't think the data will be useful enough to be worth collecting).

KeeFox 1.3 has:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • Various bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/keefox/privacy/

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.0b3

Version 1.3.0b2 927.5 KB Works with Firefox 11.0 and later, Thunderbird 11.0 and later

Changes since beta 1:

  • Roughly 10x speed improvement when receiving data from KeePass, possibly more on slower PCs
  • Another possible fix for a bug where Firefox connects to itself, preventing later KeePassRPC connection
  • Anonymous metrics option added to advanced options tab
  • Further implementation of previously mentioned anonymous usage data

KeeFox 1.3 has:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • A few bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect. During beta testing, the latest draft of the privacy policy can be found here: https://gist.github.com/luckyrat/7797743

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.0b2

Version 1.3.0b1 914.1 KB Works with Firefox 11.0 and later, Thunderbird 11.0 and later

KeeFox 1.3 has:

  • A more secure (and easier to debug) connection to KeePass
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Context (mouse right-click) menus
  • Anonymous statistics collection to help us make improvements in the future
  • A few bug fixes

We now have a privacy policy to confirm that we do not store any personal or private data and provide further information about the anonymous data we collect. During beta testing, the latest draft of the privacy policy can be found here: https://gist.github.com/luckyrat/7797743

All the technical details can be found on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/compare/v1.2.7...v1.3.0b1

Version 1.2.7 689.4 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Known issue with this release: This version requires .NET Framework 3.0 or higher.

Windows XP users who are still running the old version 2.0 of the .NET framework will need to install a newer version of the .NET framework from Microsoft's website or downgrade KeeFox to 1.2.3 (or, if available, upgrade to KeeFox 1.3). You will also have to manually delete the KeePassRPC.plgx plugin from your KeePass plugins folder.


This is mainly a bug fix release but also contains some new translations and a couple of other improvements.

  • Fixed a couple of bugs that caused some passwords to not save to KeePass
  • Danish, French and Russian languages created / updated
  • A fix for Thunderbird 25
  • Fix for intermittent failed KeePass shutdown on Mono (Mac/Linux)
  • Improved usability when KeePass loads a database from a remote network
  • Some other small changes

Version 1.2.7b1 712.1 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Fixed another bug that was causing passwords to not save to KeePass in some circumstances. Otherwise identical to 1.2.6b1.

Version 1.2.6b1 711.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Just one small change since the previous beta version in order to improve usability when KeePass loads the database from a remote network:

- Recent file list now uses "Path" in order to avoid brackets around username in remote (open by url) databases (github issue #69)

Version 1.2.5b1 711.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

  • A fix for Thunderbird 25
  • A couple of bug fixes that caused some passwords to not save to KeePass
  • Danish, French, Korean, Portuguese and Russian languages created / updated (some not complete yet)
  • Fix for intermittent failed KeePass shutdown on Mono (Mac/Linux)
  • Some other small changes

Version 1.2.3 654.5 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Improved form matching
  • Forms no longer need a password field
  • More multi-page logins work correctly
  • New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
  • The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)

Per-site configuration allows:
  • You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
  • KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version

New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.

A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.

Login popups (e.g. HTTP Authentication and Thunderbird mail accounts) allow you to open your password database without cancelling the login popup
Thunderbird login matching improved

The detailed (and fairly technical) set of changes can be viewed on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/

Version 1.2.3b2 679.1 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Improved form matching
  • Forms no longer need a password field (feature powered by a set of white/black lists which will need refinement during this testing phase and ongoing with future KeeFox releases)
  • More multi-page logins work correctly
  • New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
  • The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)

Per-site configuration allows:
  • You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
  • KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version

New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.

A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.

Please refer to the new manual on the github wiki: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/wiki/en-|-Home

Full set of changes can be viewed on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/

1.2.3b1 contains just a few bug fixes since 1.2.2b1, most notably password fields are now correctly dereferenced.

Version 1.2.2b1 678.5 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Improved form matching
  • Forms no longer need a password field (feature powered by a set of white/black lists which will need refinement during this testing phase and ongoing with future KeeFox releases)
  • More multi-page logins work correctly
  • New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
  • The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)

Per-site configuration allows:
  • You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
  • KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version

New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.

A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.

Please refer to the new manual on the github wiki: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/wiki/en-|-Home

Full set of changes can be viewed on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/

1.2.2b1 contains a few fixes and improvements over 1.2.1b1:

Entries inside a subgroup of the recycle bin are now correctly ignored;
Added dialog matching for newsgroups in thunderbird;
Usernames with no KPRPC JSON field are now dereferenced;

Version 1.2.1b1 677.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Improved form matching
  • Forms no longer need a password field (feature powered by a set of white/black lists which will need refinement during this testing phase and ongoing with future KeeFox releases)
  • More multi-page logins work correctly
  • New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
  • The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)

Per-site configuration allows:
  • You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
  • KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version

New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.

A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.

Please refer to the new manual on the github wiki: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/wiki/en-|-Home

Full set of changes can be viewed on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/

1.2.1b1 contains a few fixes and improvements over 1.2.0b1:

Fixes #158 - Set default buttons in KeePassRPC (KeeFox) Options dialog;
Fixes #157 - Don't insert KeeFox tutorial samples on database upgrade (unless they were already present);
Fixes #156 - Don't save KeePassRPC JSON field in every edited entry;
Fixed problem where kdbx files with no KPRPC strings were not accessible from KeeFox;
Failed KPRPC authentication due to a version mismatch will now trigger ongoing monitoring for changes to KeePassRPC.kdbx;
If a change to KeePassRPC.kdbx is found by the monitoring, the user is warned that they need to restart KeePass before the new KeeFox version will work;
1.2.1b1

Version 1.2.0b1 676.2 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Improved form matching
  • Forms no longer need a password field (feature powered by a set of white/black lists which will need refinement during this testing phase and ongoing with future KeeFox releases)
  • More multi-page logins work correctly
  • New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
  • The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)

Per-site configuration allows:
  • You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
  • KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version

New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.

A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.

Please refer to the new manual on the github wiki: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/wiki/en-|-Home

Full set of changes can be viewed on github as usual: https://github.com/luckyrat/KeeFox/

Version 1.1.4 613.3 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Fixes problem for new users with Firefox 18: Initial setup process was unable to download KeePass and .NET due to a breaking change in Firefox 18.

Existing users will be unaffected by the change.

Version 1.1.5b 613.5 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Fixes problem for new users with Firefox 18: Initial setup process was unable to download KeePass and .NET due to a breaking change in Firefox 18.

Existing users will be unaffected by the change.

Version 1.1.3 613.3 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

- PRIVACY: Passwords could sometimes be displayed in the "error console" (see http://keefox.org/2012/11/29/error-console-can-temporarily-display-passwords/)

Version 1.1.4b 613.5 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

- PRIVACY: Passwords could sometimes be displayed in the "error console" (see http://keefox.org/2012/11/29/error-console-can-temporarily-display-passwords/)
- FIXED: Common dialog onSubmit throws an exception if it is called before KeeFox has been initialised
- Don't show the simple key creation form if the user has set security policies that restrict the allowable composite key sources
- Don't set the KeePass application state to Minimised if KeePass option to "lock on minimise" is enabled

Version 1.1.2 631.1 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

KeeFox 1.1 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)
  • Various other bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0
  • New KeePass installs now use version 2.20

Known limitation: Newsgroup authentication prompts in Thunderbird do not work with KeeFox.

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)

Version 1.1.2 has a number of technical modifications from the previous 1.1.0 and 1.1.1 beta releases but most should be entirely invisible to users.

Detailed changes since 1.1.0:
Setup for Firefox 64bit builds (e.g. Waterfox) should now work in more cases;
Changed type of link on install_mono.xul setup page;
Various changes to avoid global namespace pollution;
FIXED: Logging from preference and quit observers;
FIXED: Quit observer was not running shutdown procedure (probably had no noticeable effect in the real world);
Made text selectable on mono setup page;

Version 1.1.1b3 630.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

Setup now installs KeePass 2.20 instead of 2.19 (as usual, no update to existing KeePass installation is performed)

Version 1.1.1b1 630.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

This version has a number of technical modifications from the previous 1.1.0 beta release but most should be entirely invisible to users (please let me know if you find any new problems).

Detailed changes:

setup for Firefox 64bit builds (e.g. Waterfox) should now work in more cases;
Changed type of link on install_mono.xul setup page;
Various changes to avoid global namespace pollution;

Version 1.1.0 629.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

KeeFox 1.1 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)
  • Various other bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0

Known limitation: Newsgroup authentication prompts in Thunderbird do not work with KeeFox.

The only change from KeeFox 1.1.0b3 is an improvement to the setup procedure for people that are running a 64bit build of Firefox (e.g. Waterfox)

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)

Version 1.1.0b3 629.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

KeeFox 1.1.0b3 fixes a problem with field references when multiple databases are open, makes Mac notification bar buttons readable and fixes a problem with filling POP3 passwords in Thunderbird.

Known limitation: Newsgroup authentication prompts in Thunderbird do not work with KeeFox.

KeeFox 1.1 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)
  • Various other bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0

Version 1.1.0b2 629.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

KeeFox 1.1.0b2 re-enables support for Mac and Linux and fixes a problem with submitting passwords in Thunderbird.

KeeFox 1.1 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)
  • Various other bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0

Version 1.1.0b 629.8 KB Works with Firefox 4.0 and later, Thunderbird 5.0 and later

KeeFox 1.1 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)
  • Various other bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0

Version 1.0.2 607.2 KB Works with Firefox 3.5 and later

Version 1.0 includes digitally signed executables that help you enjoy a seamless setup process. It also contains several stability and logging improvements.

More details of the changes are below:

  • Sensitive logging warning feature added
  • Sensitive logging option removed from main options panel
  • Logs written when sensitive logging is enabled will now be prefixed with !!
  • FAMS debug logging disabled
  • Fixed variables that were unintentionally leaking into global scope
  • No longer tell users when KPRPC loses its connection to KeeFox (it should automatically recover anyway)
  • The three executables used to aid initial setup are now digitally signed
  • Logo on setup screen is subtly improved

NB: The only difference between 0.9.6b and 1.0 is a subtle change to the KeeFox logo on the setup screen.

Version 0.9.6b 624.6 KB Works with Firefox 3.5 and later

  • sensitive logging warning feature added
  • sensitive logging option removed from main options panel
  • logs written when sensitive logging is enabled will now be prefixed with !!
  • disabled FAMS debug logging
  • fixed variables that were unintentionally leaking into global scope
  • no longer tell users when KPRPC loses its connection to KeeFox (it should automatically recover anyway)
  • the three executables used to aid initial setup are now digitally signed

Version 0.9.5 597.0 KB Works with Firefox 3.5 and later

Changes this time:

  • HTTP Auth login boxes now correctly state when no matching passwords were found
  • New domain matching rules prevent IP addresses from matching incorrectly
  • Improvements to message/tip display (easier to prevent the same message appearing again once you've seen it)
  • Miscellaneous changes to meet recent Firefox add-on best practice guidelines
  • Dutch translation added

Also note that (thanks to krbvroc1) you can now run KeeFox on Linux and Mac systems but we've not had enough beta testing feedback to enable support outside of the development channel.

Please install version 0.9.5b if you want to help us test KeeFox on Linux or Mac systems. There are no significant changes between version 0.9.5b and 0.9.5 so you're not missing out by moving to the development channel. 0.9.6b will be pushed to the development channel in a couple of weeks so if there are any important changes that need to be made to improve Linux and Mac support it would be great to hear about them soon.

Version 0.9.5b 624.6 KB Works with Firefox 3.5 and later

Main changes, thanks to krbvroc1:
Linux support (beta)
Mac support (experimental)


Also:
  • HTTP Auth now correctly states when no passwords were found
  • New domain matching rules prevent IP addresses from matching incorrectly
  • Improvements to message/tip display (easier to prevent the same message appearing again once you've seen it once)
  • Setup now downloads files to the KeeFox folder within the user's profile folder (as per new Firefox add-on best practice)
  • Dutch translation added

Manual setup instructions for Linux have been written and verified - they MAY also work for Mac users but no one has tried installing KeeFox on a Mac yet.

Note that until KeePass 2.19 is released you will need to use KeePass version "2.18 with Mono fixes" rather than the standard version of 2.18: http://keepass.info/news/n120116_2.18_mono.html

Please feedback Linux issues to: https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/keefox/ticket/9
And Mac issues to: https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/keefox/ticket/10

Thanks again to krbvroc1 for the great work to get KeeFox working on Linux (and hopefully Mac!)