CKP – KeePass Integration for Chrome

KeePass, as you know, is open source software that is completely free. It supports multiple systems and can be installed on Windows/MacOS/Linux. KeePass can store encrypted password files on a local hard drive or USB drive, or in the cloud through extensions. KeePass itself can also be installed on a usb drive. KeePass support for browsers is implemented by different developers with varying quality of functionality and user experience. Today, I’m going to teach you how to use the KeePass Chrome extension.

KeePass Chrome Plugin Overview

KeePass password management system is a database like password management software that provides a secure password storage space with passwords and keys. As long as you remember this one administrative password and keep your key files and database files in good order, you’re basically safe and sound. KeePass, meanwhile, has powerful password generation capabilities that are more secure than you think. KeePass is a free, small, green, and open-source password-management chrome extension that has been widely praised for years for providing users with encryption that is secure enough to store a wide variety of accounts and passwords. It can be used to store all your passwords and related notes on your website. Users can keep your KeePass synchronized on different devices.

How to Use KeePass Chrome Browser Plug-ins

This keePass extension does not require special permissions to install, but if you are linking to your Google drive or want it to automatically populate your site with passwords, you must give it some permissions such as Dropbox, OneDrive, etc.

Chrome KeePass displays a small icon in the address bar whenever it detects that a site may need a password to log in. You can click on this icon, provide your master password to unlock your password file, and then choose to fill in the password to the website.

KeePass security is high because opening your password file takes place in the local browser. Your password is never sent anywhere, and the author of this component is not visible.

Published on August 24, 2019 Passwordmanagerreviewed.com Editor