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B2Sync

A KeePass plugin that facilitates synchronization of databases with Backblaze B2 buckets.

Disclaimer

I am in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Backblaze or KeePass Password Safe. This is a plugin I made for my own personal use that I decided to share.

Setup

Obviously, the use of this plugin will require a Backblaze account with Backblaze B2 enabled.

Once you have a Backblaze account and you have signed in, you will see a menu along the left of the screen looking something like this:

A screenshot of the side menu of a Backblaze account, with the 'App Keys' menu option highlighted in yellow

Click the 'App Keys' option.

Next, you should see a big blue button for creating a new Application Key. Click it:

A screenshot of a section of the 'App Keys' page, with a big blue button labelled 'Add a New Application Key'

In the modal that pops up when you click the button, you should have the option to name your key and choose what bucket to apply it to:

A screenshot of the modal that pops up when the button is clicked, with an option to name the key and choose it's applicable bucket, among other options

  • You can name the key whatever you want, but it would probably be wise to name it something related to KeePass.
  • Make sure to change the bucket the key has permissions for to a specific bucket - do not leave it on All.
  • You can leave the rest of the options unchanged from their defaults.

When you're done setting up the key, click the 'Create New Key' button.

Next you should see a new blue box appear - something like the following:

A blue box with the text 'Success! Your new application key has been created. It will only appear here once.' along the top, containing the information about the new application key.

I would suggest you open Notepad or something similar to copy the keyID and applicationKey to for now.

Now, take another look at the side menu and click on the 'Buckets' tab:

A screenshot of the side menu of a Backblaze account, with the 'Buckets' menu option highlighted in yellow

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