> you cannot create any new password entries
> since you would have to enter the password
> over the keyboard
Not if you use the password generator. Or a separate application which lets you create passwords with mouse clicks.
if you want to block against bruteforce, a good addition to keypass is to set something like:
"if the wrong password is entered 3 times in a row, keepass automatically exits, or, locks the password field for 2 minutes."
You don't believe in corporal punishment, eh ?
Chop his hands off...
Slow him down a bit:
1 Forbid him to use your computer force him to use the library.
2 Put a deadbolt on the door where the computer is housed.
3 Get a locking computer case and put a bios password for boot up.
4 Get a USB or Smartcard encrypted hard drive setup
5 Send him to a psychologist
6 Hire a computer security consultant to help you.
7 Get a wireless keyboard and keep it locked up
8 Get a looking computer desk
9 Switch to linux
10Get him a car.
under the law teenagers can do just about anything within reason... beware...