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Consider using keepasshttp-connector plugin for FireFox instead of PassIFox #998

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ydf opened this Issue Sep 26, 2017 · 11 comments

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ydf commented Sep 26, 2017

at https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc/blob/develop/README.md

KeePassHTTP support for use with PassIFox in Mozilla Firefox, chromeIPass in Google Chrome or Chromium and passafari in Safari.
its better for firefox user.
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@ydf ydf changed the title from please use https://github.com/smorks/keepasshttp-connector for firefox to please change README.md, use keepasshttp-connector for firefox Sep 26, 2017

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I don't understand what you are asking for

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droidmonkey commented Sep 26, 2017

I don't understand what you are asking for

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I'm guessing ydf is suggesting that the KeePassXC README recommend that Firefox users use keepasshttp-connector rather than (or in addition to) PassIFox.

From the current KeePassXC README:

KeePassHTTP support for use with PassIFox in Mozilla Firefox, chromeIPass in Google Chrome or Chromium and passafari in Safari.

I don't know much about keepasshttp-connector so I can't say whether this a good idea. I'm just attempting to clarify the issue/ request.

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sts10 commented Sep 26, 2017

I'm guessing ydf is suggesting that the KeePassXC README recommend that Firefox users use keepasshttp-connector rather than (or in addition to) PassIFox.

From the current KeePassXC README:

KeePassHTTP support for use with PassIFox in Mozilla Firefox, chromeIPass in Google Chrome or Chromium and passafari in Safari.

I don't know much about keepasshttp-connector so I can't say whether this a good idea. I'm just attempting to clarify the issue/ request.

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I think he mean to replace PassIFox/ChromeIPass in our website in favor of the new maintained fork KeePassHTTP Connector.

This can be a good idea since the first aren't maintained actively anymore, but the latter isn't available in any store (Firefox/Chrome) so I don't feel to make any changes to the website

And note that we are working on our custom plugin KeePassXC-browser

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TheZ3ro commented Sep 26, 2017

I think he mean to replace PassIFox/ChromeIPass in our website in favor of the new maintained fork KeePassHTTP Connector.

This can be a good idea since the first aren't maintained actively anymore, but the latter isn't available in any store (Firefox/Chrome) so I don't feel to make any changes to the website

And note that we are working on our custom plugin KeePassXC-browser

@droidmonkey droidmonkey changed the title from please change README.md, use keepasshttp-connector for firefox to Consider using keepasshttp-connector plugin for FireFox instead of PassIFox Sep 27, 2017

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The plugin is now available at AMO and Chrome Web Store.

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varjolintu commented Sep 28, 2017

The plugin is now available at AMO and Chrome Web Store.

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Do we plan to keep HTTP support? @droidmonkey

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TheZ3ro commented Sep 28, 2017

Do we plan to keep HTTP support? @droidmonkey

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Yes there should be a deprecation period before we shut it down completely.

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droidmonkey commented Sep 28, 2017

Yes there should be a deprecation period before we shut it down completely.

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This is fixed in the website now https://keepassxc.org/project

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TheZ3ro commented Oct 18, 2017

This is fixed in the website now https://keepassxc.org/project

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Fixed also in the readme (will be visible after the 2.2.2 upmerge)

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TheZ3ro commented Oct 20, 2017

Fixed also in the readme (will be visible after the 2.2.2 upmerge)

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Currently KeePassHTTP-Connector is offline from Mozilla addon store. smorks/keepasshttp-connector#34

Consider using Keywi

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TheZ3ro commented Nov 14, 2017

Currently KeePassHTTP-Connector is offline from Mozilla addon store. smorks/keepasshttp-connector#34

Consider using Keywi

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Nice!

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TheZ3ro commented Nov 15, 2017

Nice!

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