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I am looking for a keepass plugin for epiphany. Something like PassIFox for Firefox: PassIFox "behaves" like a new password storage for firefox - and redirects all queries (fetch/store etc..) to keepass.

Since I am not sure whether such a plugin exists for epiphany I'd also take every hint on how to create a similar plugin for epiphany...

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I am pretty sure that epiphany uses seahorse for password storage and its integrated already.

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Matthew: that means I can forget about combining epiphany and keepass or should I look for a solution to combine seahorse and keepass ? – Nils Nov 7 '11 at 8:09
Seahorse looks to do the same (and perhaps more) of what keeppass is doing. – Matthew Ife Nov 9 '11 at 22:27
maybe it does the same, but it's not available in Windows and Android ;-) – Nils Nov 10 '11 at 22:21

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