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KeeWeb

Web and desktop password manager compatible with KeePass.

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    2018-09-29

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  • 1Password alternative...?
    I prefer KeeWeb on Desktop (Mac, Windows and Linux) but I agree that keepass is the most flexible and secure system for passwords. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Minimal password manager
    Hey, great job. Have you seen https://keeweb.info/? It purses the same goal, compatible with KeePass, and already has features that you're going to implement. I bet you could've learned a lot from it, and who knows, maybe have become a contributor ;). Source: over 1 year ago
  • LastPass confirms hackers had access to internal systems for several days
    Https://keeweb.info has a nice UI, is opensource and works on any platform. For cloud synchronization store its encrypted database on google drive/one drive/box/dropbox etc. You can also host it on your own web server. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • KeePass is the free, open source, light-weight and easy-to-use password manager
    Https://keeweb.info/ is a website that loads a local keepass database (or from something like Google Drive). - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
  • Plex was breached, here’s a list of things you should do now (and what you can do in the future).
    If you use KeePass files (KBDX) as password database via KeeWeb you can use it this webapp both as (free & open source) password manager and 2FA app. If somebody is interested. I personally use Authy for 2FA. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Security: Best app for user-friendly, x-platform password management?
    It is worth checking out Keeweb and Keeweb Web to see if this option might work for you. Kypass also looked interesting, though not free or open source. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Help me choose between self hosted vaultwarden vs 1Password
    However, I want to take you to a totally different route. In the long run, you might be sharing more than just passwords with a close person (for an emergency). So why not, put everything you want to share in a Google Drive and upload a bunch of Keepass databases (.kdbx files). The database can be accessed and updated from the Google Drive through https://app.keeweb.info/. Even if you don't want to give the... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Why I chose Strongbox as my new password manager
    Keeweb (a Keepass DB implementation) Pros: Supports WebDav self-hosting (i.e. Does not rely on self-hosted service, just a file) Custom templates Smooth looking UI Cons: No pre-defined templates Manual grouping only (doesn't auto-group by template) No mobile support (other than through a browser). Source: over 2 years ago
  • KeePassXC – Cross-Platform Password Manager
    Also worth to take a look at KeeWeb [0] [1]. Good looking UI and also cross-platform (desktop) [0] https://github.com/keeweb/keeweb [1] https://keeweb.info/. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • KeePassXC – Cross-Platform Password Manager
    Keeweb.info is also a good alternative OSS client with a web front-end, good as a last resort even on mobile browsers https://keeweb.info/. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • How do you trust small open-source applications?
    Another keepass version run on html over web browser: keeweb. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Any selfhosted pw manager?
    I run KeeWeb, with the kdbx file hosted on a file server, but since the file format is shared, I can fall back to a local copy and KeePassX. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Windows app with similar functionality?
    Same use: Strongbox for Mac and iOS. In Windows I use Keeweb, that is also compatible with yubikeys. Https://keeweb.info. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Some questions for self-hosting KeePass
    However, there's this KeePass web interface to self-host: https://keeweb.info/ . It's maintained and open source. Surely selfhosting it introduces additional risks, which are to be weighted against OP's requirements. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Is there a software to put multi-factor (around 3-4) authentication on Stuff?
    I personally use KeeWeb on desktop and mobile to read my KDBX files. Source: about 3 years ago
  • How to sync arbitrary Android folder with Tresorit
    If you have an alternate cloud storage option, you might be able to use Keepass2Android — it's been working well for me. I use it in conjunction with KeeWeb on my desktop so both access the same webdav file. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Store all passwords in the same Excel... what could go wrong!?
    It's open source and built with security in mind https://keeweb.info/. Source: over 3 years ago
  • Dare I upgrade past NC 18?
    I have a shared web hosting account (specifically Pair networks shared hosting package 2). For one particular application (KeeWeb), I need to be able to access files stored on the server using WebDAV. The Pair accounts don't support WebDAV directly, and every other way I could find besides NextCloud to create WebDAV without access to change the Apache configuration involved too much stuff I didn't understand to... Source: over 3 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of KeeWeb

The Best Password Managers To Keep Your Data Safe In 2022
As a result, there are also plenty of fully compatible, highly polished KeePass-compatible alternatives worth considering, particularly if you use macOS or Linux. Two of our favourites are KeeWeb for browsers and desktop platforms, and AuthPass on Android and iOS – desktop versions of AuthPass are also available for all major operating systems.
Comparing 3 approaches to password management: Google Smart Lock, LastPass and KeeWeb
Comparing 3 approaches to password management: Google Smart Lock, LastPass and KeeWebThibault DerousseauxAug 26, 2017·5 min readProtecting all your digital life with a strong lock. (picture by Broesis)Secret ManagementEdward Snowden telling John Oliver to use passphrases instead of weak passwords.Google Smart LockSmart Lock integrates well with Google ecosystem.LastPassLastPass lets you share securely passwords...

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