Is there a password manager that has auto fill that works with vanadium?
diaboliquepsychotea Hi, Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher at google project zero recommends Keepass first, and second if you prefer a connected manager 1password. I personally use keepassdx
I just use KeePassDX with Magikeyboard, it's working fine for me.
You just need to aktivate the keyboard in the settings.
Hope this helps you.
Schiller I just use KeePassDX with Magikeyboard, it's working fine for me.
I use KeePassDX too for the same reasons.
Thank your both for your response! So if I am currently using say 1passsword can I export my passwords to keepass?
diaboliquepsychotea follow this guide to converting your 1password database into a kdbx file using the desktop KeePassXC and then you can move it between any KeePass compatible software including KeePassDX.
MetropleX thank you so much super helpful! last question, does keepass work with the native vanadium keyboard or do i need to download magikeyboard?
MetropleX I guess I just found out that 1password 8 stopped the ability do local vaults.. :(
Magikeyboard is a keyboard from KeePassDX you don't need to download any other keyboard, just KeePassDX.
Sad to hear that you can't import your data, i guess you need some sparetime to copy it manually.
Schiller for sure.. :(
Hey, i think this should solve your problems.
https://keepass.info/help/base/importexport.html#imp_1pwpro for 1password
I have KeepassXD also installed and I use it, but what is Magikeyboard for? I kept it disabled.
maximus87 https://github.com/Kunzisoft/KeePassDX/wiki/Magikeyboard. It's just a way of filling in forms securely (as opposed to require accessibility).
Am a long time Bitwarden user, so reluctant to switch to another app. Does anyone have Bitwarden working with Vanadium?
There is some bug with chromium-based browsers where password managers aren't working. It isn't just Bitwarden that's not working. KeePassXC gets around this by incorporating its own keyboard for use should you so choose it.
One way to completely get around it is to use a Firefox-based browser. I have tested Bitwarden and KeePassXC with Firefox and they both behave as expected.
bouledeneigeofff I would be fine with switching to keepass, I am just dreading the work to manual put all my information in a new password manager haha
diaboliquepsychotea It is sure that it is a constraint at the beginning but once that all is good it is only happiness. Just don't forget to save the .kdbx file
I have been wondering for some time if I should create a keepass file for my contacts... see.
So would I first download it to my pc to put the passwords in then keepassdx for graphene? does it sync?
Avoid Gecko-based browsers like Firefox as they're currently much more vulnerable to exploitation and inherently add a huge amount of attack surface.
Thank you, I'm aware. It really all depends on one's threat-model. I will let the user I was replying to decide that for himself.