Is it possible to use Kee with KeepassXC? I have no idea where to install the KeepassRPC plugin for that, especially since I’m on a Mac and it’s in a .app bundle. It doesn’t seem to have any UI for managing plugins.
There is also a Mac-specific client called MacPass that’s worth considering. It wouldn’t recognize KeepassRPC as a valid plugin, though.
I did a bit of research on the topic.
I’ve followed this discussion the best I could; the gist of it looks to be that the RPC plugin would be the best way for
keepassxc to integrate with the FF/chrome extension.
keepassxc currently can’t use plugins.
On the other hand it supports browser integration through:
- HTTP - about to be deprecated because insecure
- browser native messaging
(both are referenced in the README of the project)
The native messaging patch has been merged but the release is being held. Let’s cross fingers.
keepassxc:develop but it doesn’t connect to the FF plugin (possibly I’m doing something wrong, don’t know).
Me too, I’m looking forward to using
keepassxc. I’d like to implement a workflow along the line as described here.
Now, KeepassXC uses [keepassxreboot](https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc-browser].
Is it possible to use it? KeePass is awful to use on MacOS.
I don’t think much has changed but I’m still willing to help advise developers of KeePassRPC ports. Getting the Kee browser addon to talk to other KeePass ports is essentially still a case of the KeePass port to add support for the KeePassRPC protocol. That could be embedded into the port itself or via a plugin system.
Any news on this? I’ve seen that there is an official KeepssXC browser addon (KeePassXC-Browser), but it’s possible to use it with Kee?
I’d really like it if Kee would support KeepassXC (or vice-versa). The KeepassXC-supported browser extension (linked by robsonsobral above) is not good.
Kee is way better — it just doesn’t support KeepassXC.