KeePassX is a cross platform password manager to allow users to store and organize password and keep them safe using advanced encryption techniques. This guide describes how to install KeePassX password manager on Fedora Linux.
keePassX is a widely used password manager, and there are some nice new features in the 2.x alphas, but also someone developed a patch to support the keepasshttp protocol - so it can be used with PassIFox for Mozilla Firefox and chromeIPass for Google Chrome.
I want to log in on my phone to services such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. without compromising security. I'm using KeePassX on my Mac to generate passwords that I don't even see. KeePassX doesn't support the QR code plugin for KeePass. I don't want to send passwords to myself over email.
I use KeepassX and KWallet, and while they might have begun with similar ideas, their use cases ended up becoming radically different, so it's wrong to say one is better than another.The main difference is that KWallet is tightly integrated into every KDE application, all applications store your saved accounts and passwords into a "keyring" that can be accessed as needed with a pass
I tried 14.04 on my netbook and keepassx auto-completion (as advanced feature: global shortcut) is not working and can usually mess up with the two browsers I tested (firefox and chromium). All keyboard input are garbled and I need to restart application to make it work again. Other like terminal does not seem affected.