@Megamind: Sorry, but you are wrong on both points.
I know how to change Connection Security settings in KeePass. As I wrote above, the Connection Security settings in KeePass are not the problem. They are already set to “Medium”, updating from KeeFox to Kee didn’t change this.
The Problem is the missing Connection Security setting option in Kee. Instead, there is a Connection Security query when I authorise a new connection (the dialog with the one-time password provided by KeePass). I chose “Medium”, but as described above, it doesn’t seem to have an effect.
And I know that firefox’s embedded password manager is disabled by Kee. That’s not the issue.
I was talking about the location, where the key for the connection between KeePassRPC and KeePass is stored.
Please read the section “Connection security” at the link I posted above.
With the “Medium” Connection Security setting, the key should be stored into the Firefox password storage file (Saved Logins). With KeeFox, this was the only thing stored there inside my Firefox (and encrypted with my Firefox Master Password).
On my machine, Kee doesn’t seem to store the KeePassRPC key there anymore, and I wonder where it is stored now?
Since I don’t have to type my Firefox Master Password everytime I open Firefox (in contrast to before updating to Kee), it obviously can’t be encrypted anymore, right?
Please look if there is something stored at Firefox’ Saved Logins? For me it was the old KeePassRPC key from KeeFox.
After deleting it, Kee (in contrast to the old KeeFox) doesn’t store the key there when I authorise a new connection. To authorise a new connection, revoke the “Kee” client inside KeePass (‘Tools’ -> ‘KeePassRPC (KeeFox) Options’ -> Authorised clients’).