Integration

Integrate KeePass 2 & Firefox using Keefox in Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10

For those of us that uses KeePass either at home or at work, I will be showing you how to integrate Keefox and KeyPass2 using Firefox. Keefox is a simple secured password management tool that allows you to store your web-browser passwords directly into KeyPass without using the built-in Firefox password manager with automatic login to your favorite websites. Integrate KeePass and Keefox Step 1: Install Keepass and Mono – If you haven’t already installed KeePass2, then press Alt+Ctrl+T and run the following commands sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jtaylor/keepass sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install keepass2 mono-complete Step 2: Create new KeePass Database – Open KeePass, click on File → New → Enter name for the new database and location → Click Save – Enter the Master password which will be used to encrypt the database Remember to click Save for the database file to be generated Step 3: Install Keefox Add-on – Open Firefox → click on Tools → Add-ons → Search for Keefox and install – Restart Firefox → Click on Keefox → Options → Click Advanced Tab → Browse to the newly created KeePass database file – Next click on KeePass Tab and set the followings: Set KeePassRPC location – Click the browse button, press Ctrl+H to show hidden files/folders, navigate to following location /home/*username*/.