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KeePassXC integrates wonderfully with SSH agent and desktop secret service. Really nice piece of software 👌
Unfortunately, Librewolf is not among the list of supported browsers, so I’m back to copy & paste again.
There is always keepmemu.
Works with dmenu/bemenu and autotypes to any browser.
Thanks, I’ve never heard of it, but sure will give it a try!
Only caveat is that I’m forced to use Windows at work, where I’ll remain without said tooling assistance. But that might be something I’ll just have to endure.
Can’t find the list of supported browsers. Where did you read that ? Have not tried it but maybe it will not work with Librewolf flatpak, but in Arch Linux you can install the Librewolf binary with AUR. There are several other add-ons https://aur.archlinux.org/packages?O=0&K=librewolf
The problem is that KeePassXC needs to specifically allow types of browsers to connect to its database, and while Firefox and all other usual suspects are there, Librewolf isn’t and so the add-on can’t connect to KeePassXC.
Or, if you don’t want the hassle, get Bitwarden
AFAIK Bitwarden is fine from a freedom standpoint but for me I don’t want to rely on any “Cloud” provider for something as sensitive as passwords. The “hassle” as you put it is worth it to keep control and ownership of my password database to myself.
I agree, it was the reason i tried it before, but i can’t at all keep myself accountable for that database which can still be stolen through my own carelessness, be lost thanks to myself deleting the database by accident or simply be out of sync between my 3 different devices. So preferably i would want for at least one of those issues to be solved through the cloud.
Fwiw, believe you can self host that thing, which takes your passwords out of the hands of said cloud provider.
Vaultwarden makes that possible, but then again the hassle is back if you use that.