The objective of this post is to install keepass2, keefox, keecloud on Kubuntu 16.04.
The aim of this note is to easily store your SSH private keys in Keepass, and to use Keeagent to access them when the database is unlocked.
This allows to easily use Putty/Kitty on Windows to connect to your remote SSH server with key auth. Continue reading
The objective of this post is the following: set a system to ensure strong passwords, which is robust and easy to use.
This solution uses the following:
- Keepass, a password manager
- A cloud space, in this case Dropbox
- Keecloud, the Keepass2 plugin that will link the two above
- Keefox, a firefox plugin for the ease of use