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KeeForm 2.04

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KeeForm is a popular extension for KeePass that can launch web sites, scan for username and password fields and fill in that information for you automatically.

This topic has moved to KeeForm.org (after 411739 downloads hosted by AutoIt).

Cheers, Dave

Update: Added KeeForm for Chrome https://keeform.org/keepass/keeform-for-chrome

Edited by AutoDave

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What exactly does this do? Does it use your default browser? Does it always open a new browser window? Can you use it alongside KeePass's built-in auto-type?

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You might want to look the code for Firefox plugins:

> FlashGot

> Roboform

> Greasemonkey

These might give you some ideals on how to interface your Password Forms with Firefox

Great addon for KeePass

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Change History for KeeForm 1.06

- Recompiled with AutoIt version 3.2.0.1

- Renamed KeePrg2 to KeeRun

- Some minor fixes

Edited by AutoDave

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Please use caution in downloading this Zip file.

According to the Avira antivirus software, both the KeeForm.exe and KeeRun.exe components contain the Sohanat.H worm.

David Spector

Springtime Software

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Please use caution in downloading this Zip file.

According to the Avira antivirus software, both the KeeForm.exe and KeeRun.exe components contain the Sohanat.H worm.

David Spector

Springtime Software

Avira is falsely flagging all AutoIt scripts as viruses atm.

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KeeForm doesn't appear to work when setup with the newest version of KeePass.

After copying the files to the KeePass directory, and modifying the ini file with the entry for KeeForm, Keepass won't even list it as an installed plugin.

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Avira is falsely flagging all AutoIt scripts as viruses atm.

I reportet it to them, they fixxed it!

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John,

KeePass won't list KeeForm as an plugin, because KeeForm is not a plugin. So you can ignore the "missing plugin entry".

KeeForm should work with the newest version of KeePass (currently v1.06).

Cheers, Dave

https://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=95013

KeeForm doesn't appear to work when setup with the newest version of KeePass.

After copying the files to the KeePass directory, and modifying the ini file with the entry for KeeForm, Keepass won't even list it as an installed plugin.

Edited by AutoDave

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Avira is falsely flagging all AutoIt scripts as viruses atm.

Hi there,

I have the Antispyware from Ashampoo and the say that KeeForm is infected from the "Trojan.Win32.Autoit.x". I was using the KeeForm till now but i dont know now what to do.

Thanks

:)

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KeeForm does not contain any form of malware (like spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors)

This is definitely a false alert.

Cheers, Dave

Hi there,

I have the Antispyware from Ashampoo and the say that KeeForm is infected from the "Trojan.Win32.Autoit.x". I was using the KeeForm till now but i dont know now what to do.

Thanks

:)

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KeeForm does not contain any form of malware (like spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors)

This is definitely a false alert.

Cheers, Dave

Dave,

Although I want to trust you, I generally tend to trust my virus-scan when it tells me it has found a virus or trojan. At this point I at least have a little bit of suspicion regarding this product - and I will tolerate Zero suspicion when it comes to passwords, etc. Therefore I will stop using KeeForm.

If a future version of this is not reported as a virus, I will use the product again then.

/CL

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Not trying to speak for Dave, but you'll see that the source code is included so you can examine it and compile it yourself with the included instructions.

Dale

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Not trying to speak for Dave, but you'll see that the source code is included so you can examine it and compile it yourself with the included instructions.

Dale

I know nothing about programming. I wouldn't know the first thing to look for.

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Trojan.Win32.Autoit.x

It's happened before and it will happen again. AV-programs sometimes detects all compiled AutoIt-scripts as virus, trojans or whatever

they're called. This has nothing to do with the actual code of this script. It could even be a compiled blank file...it would still detect it as bad.

There's been a bunch of topics of this over the years... like this one for example.

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Hello ChinaLamb,

I agree with Dale, of course :-)

You could also try the following:

KeeUrlOverride=cmd://C:Program FilesAutoIt3autoit3 "C:Program FilesKeePass Password SafeKeeForm.au3" "{URL}" "{USERNAME}" "{PASSWORD}" {ENTERFORM}

This way you shouldn't get any AV warning (because KeeForm.au3 is "clean").

But you need to install autoit first (freeware and very easy to install):

autoit 3.2.8.1-setup.exe

Cheers, Dave

Edited by AutoDave

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Just to clarify:

KeeForm 1.06 is compatible with KeePass 1.07.

Cheers,

Dave

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I use COMODO security products and have been using it for a while and finally the Anti-Malware product has identified KeeForm 1.06 as containing a Trojan and has quarantined it. I'm really very skeptical about using this useful utility that I have come to like. I have heard that Autoit can and has been used to write some pretty bad scripts that could exploit vulnerabilities but does KeeForm fit that bill?

Thanks.

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Hello Snyder,

Please read through this topic's posts. They answer your question. If you are concerned, you can look at the source and compile it yourself... I've never heard of a virus writer that let you do that :-)

Dale

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Hi Snyder,

I assure you that KeeForm can be used with no concern. It does not contain any form of malware like spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Cheers,

Dave

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