What is Tusk?
Tusk is a Browser Extension for interacting with KeePass data. It is designed to operate independently of your other kepass applications. You don't need to have any programs or plugins for tusk to work as intended. Tusk takes a cloud-first approach to managing your keepass databases. It currently works with:
- Dropbox (recommended)
- Google Drive
- Microsoft OneDrive
- One-time local file import
This section provides how-to instructions for various features of Tusk.
- WebDAV Support - Support for WebDAV file servers.
- Custom Fields - list of custom fields that Tusk supports.
- Warnings and Errors - An explanation of the messages you may encounter.
- User Interaction - Explanation of Hotkeys and navigation.
Please read troubleshooting
How it works: Implementation Details
This section provides in-depth information about how tusk works under the hood. We aim to provide better transparency and give users peace-of-mind. Tusk may not be perfect, but it's better than proprietary black-box applications that hide design flaws from the community.
- Credential Cache Memory - How Tusk can optionally keep your master password cached.
- Sensitive Data - How Tusk handles sensitive data like KeePass databases and keyfiles.
Tusk is not vulnerable to this serious CKP flaw. To understand why, read the article and implementation details above