OK, it's not /really/ a new /KeePass/ plugin, but it's a new extension that I just wrote for Google Chrome that allows KeePass to automatically form-fill login pages.
Essentially, it is a port of my PassIFox add-on for Firefox4 to Chrome.
It's built on top of my existing KeePass plugin KeePassHttp (https://github.com/pfn/keepasshttp) and is open-source like PassIFox (https://github.com/pfn/passifox); sources to ChromeIPass can be found in the PassIFox repository.
ChromeIPass can also be found in the Chrome extensions gallery with more information at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ompiailgknfdndiefoaoiligalphfdae
Comments and feedback are appreciated.
Brilliant extension, thanks a lot!
I've added it to the KeePass plugins page: http://keepass.info/plugins.html.
I downloaded the KeePassHttp plgx file and stored it as described but Keepass doesn't show it as plugin ?
Running actual Keepass 2 version under Windows 7 Ultimate x64
I've many other plgx modules, all loading fine.
Got it now, it was not downloaded correctly
yeah, github is being annoying and it renders the binary files poorly. I've created a mirror of the plgx at https://passifox.appspot.com/KeePassHttp.plgx
I was looking for such a facility but I'm disapointed by the fact that the key is shown when you click on chromeipass icon even when keepass is not started.
The result is that anybody can have your keepass key even if you are not logged in keypass.
@jdb931 - you are mistaken, the key is never revealed visibly in the normal course of activity. What you see is the key *name* not the actual key itself.
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