kandi X-RAY | keepassxc Summary
kandi X-RAY | keepassxc Summary
KeePassXC is a modern, secure, and open-source password manager that stores and manages your most sensitive information. You can run KeePassXC on Windows, macOS, and Linux systems. KeePassXC is for people with extremely high demands of secure personal data management. It saves many different types of information, such as usernames, passwords, URLs, attachments, and notes in an offline, encrypted file that can be stored in any location, including private and public cloud solutions. For easy identification and management, user-defined titles and icons can be specified for entries. In addition, entries are sorted into customizable groups. An integrated search function allows you to use advanced patterns to easily find any entry in your database. A customizable, fast, and easy-to-use password generator utility allows you to create passwords with any combination of characters or easy to remember passphrases.
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I'm testing Yubico Yubikeys 5 NFC, in general, we use KeePassXC to save sensible information. KeePassXC accepts yubikeys but just one... Anyone know if it possible to add more than one to a kdbx file?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-29 at 14:40
After talk with the team of KeePassXC, they notifi me it's not possible. Just add the same seed to other Yubikey to keep a second key.
I have a command which outputs a key with
pass key/ffff.kdbx and a second command which takes a key from stdin to open a database
keepassxc --pw-stdin. I have very little experience with bash and expected that I can connect the two command with a pipe:
pass key/ffff.kdbx | keepassxc --pw-stdin
The command results in the opening of the
keepasxc program expecting input, but not getting the output from the first one as inpu. The first produces the expected output:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-13 at 17:36
--pw-stdin only works if you also specify which
kdbx to open. The following should work:
I would like to ask about Keepass Auto-Type.
I would like to start using Additional attributes in auto type....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-24 at 19:35
Looking at documentation here I assume you want something like this:
I want to produce a heatmap using matplolib and this
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-23 at 15:39
You can try:
I have installed the popular IsoApplet (https://github.com/philipWendland/IsoApplet) on my 2.2.2 javacard and have been able to use the
pkcs15-tool from the OpenSC project to generate private keys on the card and use them to authenticate to servers over SSH.
Separately, I was able to successfully use the challenge-response of my Yubikey 5 (https://www.yubico.com/products/services-software/personalization-tools/challenge-response/) in order to add security to unencrypting a KeepassXC database.
Now, I'd like to add https://github.com/arekinath/YkOtpApplet to the same javacard that has the IsoApplet. How do external applications interact with separate applications on the javacard? Can I have both of these apps on the same javacard? Are the limits just the storage on the card?
I have two cards available:
- NXP JCOP3 J3H145 Java Card 3.0.4
- JavaCOS A22 155K Java Card 2.2.2
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 08:44
Yes, you can have both apps in the same card and the only limit is the permanent storage on the card (unless one of the apps is not compatible with your card, for example if it requires some crypto functions not provided by the card OS).
Each application has an identifier imaginatively named AID, "Application ID", assigned when the application is installed on the card. When an external system wants to interact with a card, the first command (called
SELECT) selects the application it wants to talk to, using the AID as a parameter. Any subsequent command then is routed to that app, until the card is reset or a
SELECT to a different app is received.
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