Using a common certificate for authentication

  • Francesco Stupazzoni


    I'd have the idea of using a KeePass DB for storing passwords that need to be accessed by more than one person, so there's no need to the people to remember a complicated password and, if somebody has not to access the db anymore, its certificate will be revoked and he will loose access to db.

    Is there any way/any plugin that allows to do that?

    Ciao and thanks

  • RoninMC

    RoninMC - 2012-08-21


    I'm using the certkeyprov plugin, which is great by the way.
    However, having the follwoing problem: whne trying to encrypt a DB for several certificates choosing "certificate-protected key". After clicking "OK" it will generate the .p7mkey File and open a dialog where I can select the certificates for encryption. But no matter how many certificates I keep moving around in my MS certificate stores with certmgr.msc they won't show up in the dialog. I can only select my personal certificate and a general certificate of my company.

    Am I doing something wrong? Wasn't able to find a clue on the web…

    Thanks for the help,

  • RoninMC

    RoninMC - 2012-08-22

    Ok, there was no post in the other thread for almost 3 years so I tried here also.
    And this thread was a little more fitting as well. Sorry…

    I'll try to contact the provider directly.


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