I don´t fully understand the example of "Two-Channel Auto-Type Obfuscation" in th FAQ.
For example my Password would be 1a2b3c I split it to
1 2 3
a b c
how exacly do I write this into my Notes?
Is that correct?
TCAO does this for you, you just enter the password normally in KeePass and let it do the work.
Paul is right, KeePass will do all that stuff for you.
I've added a section "How to enable / configure Two-Channel Auto-Type Obfuscation" in the help:
Thanks and best regards
Just a suggestion:
Two-Channel Auto-Type Obfuscation gives improved security and for some groups of password it might be safe to turn it on. So a suggestion for each entry:
3 states: default (inherit from superior), on, off
And a global switch.
thx, last question :) can I somehow see how KeePass is splitting my Username and Password?
Sure, yes. Get Visual Studio 2005, set a breakpoint in the auto-type string splitting routine (KeePass.Util.SendInputEx.SendObfuscated) and run it in the debugger.
Hi, is there an option to set TCAO "ALWAYS ON" and then disable it manually only for pages it doesn't work? Until now I didn't find a page it didn't work, but you'll never know.
That would be great.
Thx 4 F1.
There is no "Always On" option for TCATO.
Some discussion around implementing the feature as a default is found in feature request 1148.
You could try the RDCAutoTypeAndTCATO plugin:
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