Keepass2Android & InputStick

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by driekus, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. driekus

    driekus Registered Member

    Nov 30, 2014
    I found this interesting solution to a problem on storing and using passwords on multiple computers.

    Keepass2Android is a Keepass based open-source version of Keepass. What is interesting is that it allows for fingerprint authentication.
    The problem is getting these passwords to a computer (not copying). That is where the inputstick comes in and the plugin

    The inputstick emulates a usb keyboard/mouse. You establish a bluetooth 4 connection to the inputstick and the kp2a plugin can enter the password.

    Other options (keepass on usb thumb drive) are problematic because Qubes places severe restrictions on usb storage drives.

    Any thoughts on this approach?