KeePass import plugin for SafeInCloud native and XML formats
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README.md

SIC2KeePass

This plugin allows to transfer SafeInCloud databases directly or via exported XML file into KeePass 2.xx password manager. At the moment of writing this it supports all kinds of contents from SafeInCloud including, but not limited, embedded files and pictures. It also supports transfer of TOTP fields compatible with KeeOtp plugin.

Plugin Installation and Uninstallation

  • Download last plugin version from the Releases page, file named SafeInCloudImp.plgx.
  • Copy the plugin file into the KeePass directory (where the KeePass.exe is) or a subdirectory of it.
  • Restart KeePass in order to load the new plugin.

In other words, to "install" a plugin you simply need to copy it somewhere into the KeePass directory.

To "uninstall" a plugin, delete the plugin files.

Transfer passwords from SafeInCloud to KeePass

From encrypted database directly

This is preferable method of data transferring.

  • Open KeePass then create new or open existing password database.
  • Select FileImport..., then in dialog box select SafeInCloud under category Passwords managers.
  • In edit box Files to be imported open SafeInCloud database, which normally located in %LOCALAPPDATA%\SafeInCloud\SafeInCloud.db file and press OK. Enter SafeInCloud database password.

Via XML file

This method requires that you can run SafeInCloud password manager, so it is not working in Linux. And XML file contains your passwords in unencrypted form, so you must use this method only if previous does not working.

  • In desktop version of SafeInCloud password manager select FileExportAs XML and choose where to store exported file.
  • Open KeePass then create new or open existing password database.
  • Select FileImport..., then in dialog box select SafeInCloud under category Passwords managers.
  • In edit box Files to be imported open previously exported XML file and press OK.
  • Remove XML file, because it contains all sensitive data in unencrypted form.

License

SIC2KeePass contains sources from http://dotnetzip.codeplex.com/ library which has Zlib License.

SIC2KeePass itself is MIT-licensed.

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016-2018, Alex Zavadsky (Alezy)
 
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