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Name muchtall
User since March 11, 2009
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Near-perfect replacement for LastPass Rated 4 out of 5 stars

TL;DR: Could use some polish. Doesn't work well with JavaScript forms. Uninstall PassIFox first.

First, the good:
I've been looking for a good alternative for LastPass for a while. Specifically, I've had the need for a password manager that allows me to share certain passwords with certain groups of people (Co-Workers, Spouse, etc.), but I didn't want to pay for the LastPass group features. KeePass allows me to segregate passwords into individual databases that I can control sharing contexts. KeeFox then allows me to access all of the open databases simultaneously.

Now on to the shortcomings and caveats:
The UI integration could be just a bit better. For example, I'd like to see a LastPass-ish type context menu on login fields offering logins for the same or similar URLs. Same goes for an option to manually save fields on the page.

Also, there is apparently some issue with saving/filling JavaScript forms. The end result is that KeeFox isn't as reliable as LastPass in detecting and filling forms. The developer has mentioned in the forums the technical hurdles to this, which seem to boil down to concerns about improperly filling a form. I'd prefer if an option were offered to at least attempt to fill JavaScript forms without a submit action.

Lastly (and this isn't really KeeFox's fault), if you have tried out PassIFox, remove it. PassIFox disables the built-in Firefox password manager. Disabling this intereferes with Firefox's built-in Sync, and also with KeeFox's KeePass authorization key storage. KeeFox will properly turn off the built-in password manager in a manner that allows both Sync and KeeFox to work correctly.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 


Rough Alternative to KeeFox. No multi-database support. BREAKS Firefox Sync and KeeFox. Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Tried this addon out hoping that it would be a more polished alternative to KeeFox, with javascript "form" support. I found it to be actually pretty rough. I didn't use it for long before disabling it because one of my primary requirements is multi-database support, since I share multiple KeePass databases with others. This addon assumes that you will only be authenticating with one database, so if you switch the active database tab in KeePass, you'll have to reauthenticate (again, and again, and again) each time you change databases.

I wish I could say more positive about this addon, but it's really bare-bones. Maybe that's a plus for someone out there.

Edit: One more complaint. Having this installed disables the internal Firefox password manager, which apparently interferes with not only Firefox's built-in sync feature, but also KeeFox's ability to save the authorization key across restarts of Firefox. So if you intend to use KeeFox or Firefox Sync, uninstall this add-on.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 


Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Just the addon I was looking for. Unfortunately it doesn't always detect phone numbers properly, and the extension seems to be completely non-functional in Thunderbird. If the author could fix these two issues, it would be 5 star-worthy.

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Form Saver

+1 on the FF4.0 Update Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Excellent addon, though I miss having it on Firefox 4. Please update. Thanks!

Add N Edit Cookies

Great for "Remember Me" Logins. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent for altering saved cookies for logins. Now I can determine how long a site "remembers" my login.

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